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Evaluation of a live theatre performance
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Evaluation of Live Theatre Performance
On the 29th of January we went to the Phoenix Theatre in the West End to watch the matinee performance of 'Blood Brothers' by Willy Russell. 'Blood Brothers' is the story of a two twins born to a destitute mother, Mrs. Johnston, who is deceived into giving one of the twins to a woman who is barren and cannot have children of her own, Mrs. Lyons. The birth mother gets cold feet and goes to get here child back however when she gets there the desperate surrogate makes up a superstition, as she knows that the birth mother is highly superstitious, this scares the birth mother who allows the surrogate to keep the child. The children grow up in their respective families blissfully oblivious to the existence of the other brother. However the boys, for that is what they are, somehow end up together and become best of friends and even go as far as becoming blood brothers as they were born on exactly the same day, nonetheless they are too innocent too realize that the other is his twin, the young boys grow up together and become young men. The young men
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