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tour of The CommitmentsRoddy Doyle's Booker prize winning novel The Commitments is a fantastically feel good celebration of soul. It is now returning to go on an extensive UK and Ireland tour in 1922/23 seven years after its successful, record breaking run in London’s West End and subsequent sell-out tour.

Teh show has 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!

The show has been adapted from the novel by Doyle and tells the story of working class lad Jimmy Rabbitte who pulls together an unlikely bunch of amateur musicians and friends to become the finest soul band Dublin has ever produced. Jimmy puts an ad in the newspaper and auditions a number of wannabes before forming  The Commitments. The musical takes you through the early stages of the band getting to know each other and their instruments, through early rehearsals to their first gig. But just as they begin to get a name for themselves the backing singers are all getting off with the middle aged horn legend, the singer has entered Eurovision and the saxophone player starts  leaning towards a jazz career.

Coronation Street's Nigel Pivaro will be performing the role of ‘Da’ (He appeared as the lovable rogue Terry Duckworth (son of Vera and Jack) . Joining the cast as Deco is Olivier Award nominee Ian McIntosh who previously played Alternate Deco during the original West End run. Previous credits include Galileo in the UK tour of We Will Rock You, Sid Worley in An Officer and a Gentleman and he was Olivier nominated for ‘Best Supporting Actor in a Musical’ for his role as Barry in Beautiful – The Carole King Musical. His extensive musical career has also seen him perform in Hair and Can’t Buy Me Love.

They are joined by James Killeen as Jimmy, Stuart Reid as Joey, Ciara Mackey as Imelda, Michael Mahony as Oustpan, Ryan Kelly as Billy, Conor Litten as Dean, Guy Freeman as Derek, Stephen O’Riain as James, Ronnie Yorke as Mickah, Eve Kitchingman as Natalie, and Sarah Gardiner as Bernie. Maryann Lynch, Alice Croft, James Deegan, Callum Martin, Joshua Barton, Ed Thorpe and Colm Gleeson make up the ensemble.