Theatre closures due to coronavirus outbreak
England is cautiously moving out of national lockdown due to the coronavirus epidemic, but London theatres remain closed to audiences.
The government has not announced firm dates for theatres to open in England, though a suggested date for indoor performances to restart has been given as 17 May 2021, with capacity restrictions.
Larger theatres may be back with full capacity audiences from 21 June.
London theatres are beginning to announce new show dates and we are updating our listings.
However, we advise checking theatre websites to confirm which shows will be playing in the future.
24 Sep to 1 Oct 2022
The Churchill Theatre
Image courtesy The Churchill Theatre
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!
Background, advisory warnings
Age suitability: Not available
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Bromley BR1 1HA
Performance days & times
Monday ‑ 7‑30pm
Tuesday ‑ 7‑30pm
Wednesday ‑ 7‑30pm
Thursday ‑ 7‑30pm
Friday ‑ 7‑30pm
Saturday ‑ 7‑30pm
Thursday - 2-30pm
Saturday - 2-30pm
Churchill Friends and Sidekick £3 off
Groups 10+ £6 off Band A - B Mon - Thu
Groups 20+ £7 off Band A - B Mon - Thu
Groups 40+ £8 off Band A - B Mon - Thu
Under 18's £24 Band A - D Mon - Thu
Concessions £2 off Band A - B Mon-Thu (Evening Performances)
Concessions £10 off Band A - B Thu (Matinee Performance)
Author: Roddy Doyle
Director: Caroline Jay Ranger