The Commitments Tickets
The Commitments is a fantastically feel good celebration of soul. Returning to tour the UK and Ireland 5 years after a phenomenally successful, record breaking run in London’s West End and subsequent sell-out tour. The Commitments is based on the BAFTA award-winning film classic.
The Commitments received universal critical acclaim following its London World Premiere and was quickly hailed as a smash hit musical sensation. With over 20 soul classics performed live on stage including: Night Train, Try A Little Tenderness, River Deep, Mountain High, In The Midnight Hour, Papa Was A Rolling Stone, Save Me, Mustang Sally, I Heard It Through The Grapevine, Thin Line Between Love and Hate, Reach Out, Uptight, Knock On Wood, I Can’t Turn You Loose and more!
A guaranteed fabulously-fun night out you will simply never forget.
Age restrictionRecommended content age 12+
Running time2 hours 20 minutes (including one interval)
Performance dates26 September - 1 October 2022
Recommended age for content 12+. Parental discretion advised.
Venue InformationChurchill TheatreHigh St, Bromley , Bromley, BR1 1HA
SAVE UP TO £31.85 ON TICKETS Valid for all performances. Book by 1 October 2022.
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News / Reviews
REVIEW: The Commitments Brings Soul To The Palace Theatre
London Theatre Direct's Andrew Tomlins reviews new musical THE COMMITMENTS.
9 Oct, 2013 | By London Theatre Direct
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23 Sep, 2013 | By London Theatre Direct
News / Casting
Youth-heavy cast announced for The Commitments
Roddy Doyle's novel-turned-film and now West End musical about a North Dublin Soul band, The Commitments, has announced the casting line up for the upcoming Palace Theatre show. As in the plot itself The Commitments will introduce an array of fresh, young and exciting talent, alongside established musical theatre performers. The producers felt it was important to recruit and unleash a cast that is as hungry and in some cases raw as the characters they are playing.
21 Aug, 2013 | By London Theatre Direct
A new generation of talent energises new musical The Commitments
Currently in rehearsals and based on the 1991 film of the same name, The Commitments musical will begin previews at the Palace Theatre late next month. Novelist Roddy Doyle on whose original book the film was based, says of the youthful cast: "What amuses me most is the fact that only one of them was born when I wrote the novel." With most of the cast hot out of drama school the show will be a great platform for their talent and a springboard for their burgeoning careers.
20 Aug, 2013 | By London Theatre Direct
The Commitments: From Page To Stage
Because of the success of the book and subsequent Oscar nominated 1991 film, the remarkable story of how The Commitments came to be published has been lost.
23 Apr, 2013 | By London Theatre Direct