You should be well aware by now that understanding characters is crucial for your exam success.
As this post explains, you can be asked about characters or themes in Blood Brothers, or perhaps a combination of the two. A question about a character, however, is really also a question about how characters might help portray significant themes.
For instance, a question about the importance of Mickey Johnstone will probably involve discussing social class, education and ideas about childhood and growing up.
Use these sheets to help collect all your ideas about characters onto one helpful sheet of A4. For key quotations, see the resources attached to this post. If you want a practice with specific past paper questions, click here.