Blood brothers opening scene essay

Mrs Johnstone:
Once I had a husband
You know the sort of chap
I met him at a dance
And how he came on with the chat
Teddy Boy:
Y’dancin’, I think you’re a bleedin’ cracker
Mrs Johnstone:
He said my eyes were deep blue pools
My skin as soft as snow
Teddy Boy:
Lovely
Mrs Johnstone:
He told me I was sexier than Marilyn Monroe
And we went dancing
We went dancing
Then of course, I found
That I was six weeks overdue
Teddy Boy:
Y’What?
Mrs Johnstone:
We got married at the registry
An’ then we had a “do”
Guests:
Bring on the bevvies
Mrs Johnstone:
They said the bride was lovelier than Marilyn Monroe
Guests:
And we went dancing
Yes, we went dancing
Mrs Johnstone:
Then the baby came along
we called him
Teddy Boy:
Darren Wayne
Mrs Johnstone:
Then three months on I found that I was
In the club again
Teddy Boy:
I married a bleedin’ rabbit
Mrs Johnstone:
An’ though I still fancied dancing
My husband wouldn’t go
Teddy Boy:
Get lost will y’

By Train
Charing Cross station is on the low level line between Queen Street (connections with main line trains and Buchanan Street Underground) and Partick (connection with Underground) stations. Turn right outside the station entrance then right again on reaching Bath Street. The Kings' front door is around one hundred yards on your right. For full timetable information call National Rail Enquiries on 08457 484950.

By Bus
Routes 18, 42, 44 & 57 go past the theatre on Bath Street travelling west and along Sauchiehall Street travelling east. For full local timetable information call Traveline on 0870 608 2608. For other bus information, including fares and ticket information, please call 0141 423 6600 between and 6pm Monday to Friday and to Saturday.

By Coach
Coaches may drop off but not park in front of the theatre. Coach parks are located at High Street (call in advance 0141 552 7276) and Buchanan Bus Station (call in advance 0141 333 3762). Charges apply.

Taxis
There is an official rank on Sauchiehall Street but taxis can be in short supply around the King's around the beginning and end of performances. You can call for or book a black cab from Glasgow TOA on 0141 429 7070.

Blood brothers opening scene essay

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