Melanie C, the chart-topping star of the biggest girl band of all time – The Spice Girls – is to make her theatrical debut in Blood Brothers. Her opening performance on Monday October 26 will mark the first by a Spice Girl in a West End musical.
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 O’Neill (Donna Marie), Alex Harland (Bus Conductor), Emma Nowell (Brenda) and Michael Everest (Neighbour).
Please note: The last performance of Melanie C will be on Saturday April 24.
Masala Zone in Soho, like its sister restaurant in Covent Garden is very traditional, casual, friendly and fun and is the result of a passion to present the real flavours of India at affordable prices.
The first Masala Zone opened in May 2001, followed by Upper Street, Islington, Earls Court, Covent Garden in 2007 and then Bayswater and was created by the owners of Chutney Mary, Veeraswamy and Amaya.
# Bhel - crunchy salad with chutney's, peanuts
# Sev puri - wholewheat biscuits piled with spiced mash and three fresh chutneys
# Dahi puri - puffed hollow biscuits filled with chickpeas mash and splashed
# Chicken lazeez - delicate with tumeric, cardamom, essence of himalayan flower - butter chicken
# Chicken tikka in a tangy tomato based sauce
Your meal is two course from a selected pre-theatre menu. Any additional items such as additional courses or drinks are not included. Please note that any extras purchased at the restaurant will be subject to service charge.