Blood Brothers tickets & dinner at Imli Restaurant - only £20 per person - meal and show package (available from today until 31/03/10) @ lastminute.com - HotUKDeals
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Blood Brothers tickets & dinner at Imli Restaurant - only £20 per person - meal and show package

Enjoy a 2 course meal and tickets to see the emotional powerhouse musical Blood Brothers

Ticket face value: up to £32.50 per person

You'll laugh and you'll cry as you follow Willy Russell's story of two scouse brothers separated at birth and flung to opposite ends of the social spectrum.

But their paths are destined to cross again in both friendship and anger, with tragic consequences.

Cast includes: Melanie C (Mrs Johnstone), Steven Houghton (Narrator), Jay Roberts (Mickey), Joe Fredericks (Eddie), Joanne Zorian (Mrs Lyons), Debbie Eden (Linda), Stephen Pallister (Mr Lyons), Michael Southern (Sammy), Adam Tedder (PC/Teacher), Simon Turner (Perkins), Amy ONeill (Donna Marie), Alex Harland (Bus Conductor), Emma Nowell (Brenda) and Michael Everest (Neighbour).

Imli, a new Indian tapas food concept offers a casual but sophisticated dining experience, with innovative cooking that is both accessible and affordable. Imli guests will experience a variety of tastes, textures and ingredients of beautifully prepared dishes for sharing with friends, family and colleagues.

Your meal is two course from a selected pre-theatre menu. Any additional items such as additional courses or drinks are not included.

Package details
Monday to Friday - dinner at 17.45 and show at 19.45
Saturday - dinner at 14.00 and show at 16.00
Best Available Upper Circle seats normally up to £32.50 per person
Performance running time: 2hrs 45mins
To claim your table reservation and tickets, please present a copy of your confirmation email and the credit card you made the booking with when arriving at the restaurant and at the venue. Your tickets will be held for you to collect at the venue's box office one hour before the performance
Please remember to bring along the voucher from your confirmation email

If you don't have a printer, make a note of the order number at the top of your confirmation email and present this with your credit card

Recommended for children aged 12 and above. The theatre will not allow children of four or under inside the auditorium
No dress code
There is a nominal fee of £1.75 to cover the cost of fulfilling your order. Reserved seat tickets will be sent to your delivery address by First Class post.
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#1
Hot, shame you can't pay a bit more and get better seats, but great deal.:)
#2
HOT! Got this deal for a show and dinner in February for Blood Brothers, and a starter + main at Navaho Joes, which made for a really good night!
#3
Saw Blood Brothers in November, as part of a dinner deal thingy (at Ruby Blue though). Meal was ok - all you need really. Mel C in BB is superb! Enjoyable night out.
#4
This is a really trashy and mediocre show. I am amazed at all the positive reviews. The show is an example of the dumbing down of musical productions.
The humour was OK! magazine level and really trashy; the music was repetitive, and the child dialogues were excruciatingly dumb and full of trashy slapstick jokes.
The worst part is that it purports to have a veneer of sophistication -- a social critique of the British class system, etc.--
#5
TarquinLeRoi
This is a really trashy and mediocre show. I am amazed at all the positive reviews. The show is an example of the dumbing down of musical productions.-


:oops: I suddenly feel really embarrased. I loved the show. Thought it was great.
#6
TarquinLeRoi
This is a really trashy and mediocre show. I am amazed at all the positive reviews. The show is an example of the dumbing down of musical productions.
The humour was OK! magazine level and really trashy; the music was repetitive, and the child dialogues were excruciatingly dumb and full of trashy slapstick jokes.
The worst part is that it purports to have a veneer of sophistication -- a social critique of the British class system, etc.--


Completely disagree with everything you've said there, i thought it was fantastic.
#7
jacksterJDM
:oops: I suddenly feel really embarrased. I loved the show. Thought it was great.


Goonieman
Completely disagree with everything you've said there, i thought it was fantastic.


Think I have to go to see it now lol;-)
#8
Saw it more than a decade ago. Awful songs, hackneyed predictable plot - never thought it would run that long, thought it must be tourists. Bit like a musical episode of Bread but longer, much much longer. Imli is ok though.
#9
Can't disagree more with the awful reviews. I thoroughly enjoyed the show. We went for a Chinese first but this seems like a blinding deal.
#10
Some people just need to add/tag in my opinion to their views on the show above if not just posting to try and get a rise out of others.

Have seen BB several times and always enjoyed the show as have the rest of my family.

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