The Blues Brothers

Dan Aykroyd and Judith Belushi present

The Blues Brothers

Mon 29 Apr - Sat 4 May 2013

  • Presented at Belgrade Main stage
  • Tickets: From £17 - £29.50 Concessions: £12 - £27.50

For Sale

Attention! Your attention please!

The Police, theatres and members of the public are hereby warned to be on the look out for two men dressed in black hats, black ties and sunglasses. Otherwise known as The Blues Brothers.

Yes folks, they’re back and on a mission! Direct from a residency in Chicago and a national tour of the USA and featuring original members from the many West End runs, this show is armed with a new set, new twists, new moves, new songs and freshly laundered suits!

The boys are joined by the fabulous ‘Bluettes’, three sassy ladies with attitude and voices to knock you off your perch and the incredible Blues Brothers band who are the best of the best. All your favourite songs are here – Everybody, Gimme Some Lovin’, Think, Shake a Tailfeather, Sweet Home Chicago, plus loads more.

So dust off your pork pie hats, dig out your shades, put on your dancing shoes and prepare to party like never before because The Blues Brothers are back in town for a night of only the best songs, music, moves, thrills and spills this side of Chicago.

P.S. Just don’t tell the Police, ok?

Running time: 2hrs 30mins including interval

Mon 29 Apr 7:45pm
Tue 30 Apr 7:45pm
Wed 1 May 7:45pm
Thu 2 May 7:45pm
Fri 3 May 7:45pm
Sat 4 May 5:30pm
Sat 4 May 8:30pm

Dancing in the Auditorium

We know that some of our audiences love to get up and have a dance when they come to see musical tribute bands at the Belgrade, and that’s fine by us.

We do, however, have a number of patrons that want either to remain seated and enjoy watching the performers, or simply aren’t physically able to stand up for long periods of time.

To try to please everyone, we ask audiences to stay seated until at least half an hour after the interval, at which point people are free to stand up and dance unless this blocks other patrons’ views or disturbs their enjoyment. Under these circumstances audience members should re-take their seat or move into the aisle – although it should be noted that the latter may still disturb other patrons’ views.

Thank you for your co-operation.

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