Twin brothers, Mickey and Edward, are separated at birth as their mother cannot afford to keep them both. Raised only streets apart in the heart of Liverpool, the boys' lives take two very different paths. However, following a chance meeting, the pair form an unlikely friendship. But what will happen if they ever find out the secret of their shared history?
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Liverpool playwright Willy Russell is a National Curriculum approved author whose play Blood Brothers is a set text at GCSE. Mark Gunton is a head of English in Derbyshire.More about Willy Russell