FOLLOWING the success of their 2011 tour, Premier Theatrical Productions return to the Burnavon, Cookstown on Thursday 14th March with their unmissable production of Blood Brothers: The Play.
The Willy Russell classic, which stars Karl McGuckin, Blaine Nugent and Stephanie Faloon as Mrs Johnston, tells the moving tale of twins separated at birth but whose paths cross in later life.
The story takes us to Liverpool, around the time of the coal miner strikes and to a single mother, who in financial desperation gives away one of her new-born sons and attempts to keep them from discovering one another’s true identity.
Premier Theatrical Productions Sean Faloon who directed the play, says: “Blood Brothers has touched the hearts and minds of a generation of theatregoers in dealing with two of the most pressing social issues of our time - inequality and unemployment. It tells of how the pressures of superstition, economics and class trap both young men and seal their fate, and how their paths are destined to cross again in both friendship and anger with the most tragic consequences imaginable.”
A powerful and moving story which is with both lively and sad parts, Blood Brothers is a wonderful tale that will capture your heart and leave a lasting impression.
Don’t miss Blood Brothers, The Play, at the Burnavon Theatre on Thursday 14th March at 8pm. Tickets can be bought in person at the Box Office, by phone on 028 8676 9949 or online at www.burnavon.com
WIN tickets to see Blood Brothers!
The Mid-Ulster Mail has teamed up with Premier Theatrical Productions to offer two lucky readers a pair of tickets each to the show at the Burnavon Theatre on Thursday 14th March. To win, simply answer the following question:
The story of Blood Brothers is set in which UK city?
For a chance to win send your answer in by email to firstname.lastname@example.org along with your name, address and a contact telephone number. Closing date for entries is Monday, 11th March 2013 at 4pm.