Based on the hit movie and book, Roddy Doyle's "The Commitments" is a "vibrant, raucous joy", says a 4-star Daily Telegraph review. We've found a range of discounts on tickets meaning you can see it this Easter and make a big saving.
The offer is available for Sunday performances and Tuesday-Thursday shows until 24 April but £15 seats have limited availability; we found them on 10, 13, 17, 20 and 24 April. As always, be flexible to get the best discount.
About the show
Featuring a host of classic tracks such as "Try A Little Tenderness", "Mustang Sally" and "I Heard it Through the Grapevine", "The Commitments" is the story of ambitious Dubliner Jimmy Rabitte and his quest to form the finest soul band Ireland has ever seen.
Based on the 1987 novel and 1991 film, it is executive produced by Roddy Doyle and helmed by noted West End director Jamie Lloyd ("The Pride", "The Duchess of Malfi").
"The dialogue has a splendid sarky wit... hugely enjoyable. Four stars" -- The Daily Telegraph
"There's virtually nothing to be faulted about the cast, the music or the glorious set" -- The Guardian
Book by 17 April.
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