Blood Brothers theatre tickets & meal at Bincho Yakitori Restaurant, Soho £20 per person @ lastminute.com
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Blood Brothers theatre tickets & meal at Bincho Yakitori Restaurant, Soho £20 per person @ lastminute.com

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Found 17th Aug 2009Made hot 17th Aug 2009
Excellent bargain as the price of the ticket has a face value of up to £32.50 pp

And Blood Brothers is simply awesome.

Blood Brothers tickets (The Phoenix Theatre, Charing Cross Road, London) & meal at Bincho Yakitori Restaurant, Soho £20 per person - meal and show package

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

Availability: from 18 Aug 2009 to 17 Sep 2009

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

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Great show and great offer.

Voted hot!

Please dont do what i did and go to this show thinking its Blues Brothers.. about the only similarity is that it involves Twins

Show is amazing seen it in glasgow a few times! Great deal too

Good show but seen it. Pre dinner meals are usually nothing special and don't include wine, although I am making a generalisation and can't comment on this specific package.

Monday to Thursday only, this would be useful info in the original post.

dinner at 17.30 and show at 19.45

Banned

Theres no point in watching a theartre show unless you have the stall/grand circle seats. My opinion anyway.

Blood Brothers is brilliant but - front of house - the Phoenix Theatre is absolutely sh1t. Tickets with this offer are for the Upper Circle. There are 51 steps up from the foyer to the Upper Circle. There is no lift and the Upper Circle can only be accessed on foot. From the back of the Upper Circle to front there are a further 24 steps. There is almost no leg room in the seating area. So this offer is suitable for very fit people of restricted growth who enjoy looking at the tops of actors' heads (because that is all you will see).:x

Warning to disabled people - you will be made MOST UNWELCOME at this theatre! Keep an eye out for when this brilliant musical play is on at other venues instead.

Did you ever hear the story of the Johnston Twins? As like each other as two new pins.

Great show, seen it at Phoenix and MK. Well worth it.

Great show.

KERMITZBITZ;6040996

Please dont do what i did and go to this show thinking its Blues … Please dont do what i did and go to this show thinking its Blues Brothers.. about the only similarity is that it involves Twins



At what point did you realise?

Show's great, I got some tickets from Last Minute earlier this year, think they were £35 inc. pretty poor pre-show dinner. But tickets were front row, I loved it! Thought the woman from x-factor was excellent!

I went and saw this years ago and though it was absolute *****. As did the mate I saw it with.
I have no idea what people see in it.

From other comments on this thread, it sounds like my opinion is in the minority. But I give it as balance...

black knight;6046862

At what point did you realise?



after about 15 minutes into the show when i didnt recognise any of the songs.. :oops:

Cannot believe the negative comments about Blood Brothers. For people who are not sure wether the West End is for them then this is a definate way to find out. It is a brilliant brilliant show:)

KERMITZBITZ;6048168

after about 15 minutes into the show when i didnt recognise any of the … after about 15 minutes into the show when i didnt recognise any of the songs.. :oops:



You are kidding of course? Please tell me you are? :w00t::whistling:

d_dixon50;6055743

You are kidding of course? Please tell me you are? :w00t::whistling:



I once sat next to a disappointed couple in the English National Opera. They shelled out £20 each for tickets to the ]opera Lulu, expecting to hear some ]Scottish Tory with a caterwauling voice. :lol:

janaltus;6056183

I once sat next to a disappointed couple in the English National Opera. … I once sat next to a disappointed couple in the English National Opera. They shelled out £20 each for tickets to the ]opera Lulu, expecting to hear some ]Scottish Tory with a caterwauling voice. :lol:



LOL oh dear I didn't think people that stupid existed! :thumbsup::-D Surely you'd read up about a play/opera before buying tickets for it? May be that's just me ;-)
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