The Commitments

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Roddy Doyle’s best selling novel and BAFTA award winning film, The Commitments, has been adapted for the stage by the author himself and it’s proving to be one of the most popular choices for Theatre Breaks in London.

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A vibrant, raucous joy. Daily Telegraph
Familiar hits delivered with real heart by a talented young cast. The Guardian

Roddy Doyle’s The Commitments : The Saviours of Soul (to give it its full title) took more than two years to adapt by the top-10-popular-theatre-breaksauthor from his own best selling Booker prize winning novel.

It tells the story of Jimmy Rabbitte, a young working class music fan, who, after placing an advert in a music paper, begins to manage an unlikely bunch of amateurs and friends into an amazing live act – declaring it to be “the finest soul band Dublin has ever produced.”

The humour kicks in as the new band – The Commitments – get to know each other and their instruments, and proceed through early disastrous rehearsals to their first appearance in front of a paying audience.

Special Offers on The Committnets Theatre Breaks

Save up to £40 per person when you book a theatre break which includes a Tuesday to Friday or Sunday performance. Note: Discounts are not always available, especially during school holidays, but do check as the availability of offers does change

More information:

Where is it?
Palace theatre
Shaftesbury Avenue

nearest tube to the novello theatre How do I get there?
Nearest Tube station to the Palace theatre is… Leicester Square on the Piccadilly and Northern lines

When can I see it?
The show opened on 7 October 2013 and closed on 1st November 2015

Performance Times:
Tuesday to Saturday at 19:30; Saturday at 15:00; Sunday at 14:30 and 19:00
No performance on Monday

Who’s in it?
Brian Gilligan, Denis Grindel,  John Currivan, San Fordham, Anthony Hunt, Sarah O’Connor, Natalie Hope, Jessica Cervi, John McLarnon

Audience advice : Due to strong language and adult themes the show is suitable for ages 15+

Theatre Facilities
Theatre has facilities for the hard of hearing Theatre has facilities for those in need of help with access

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