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Rod Stewart musical Tonight’s The Night coming to Bromley

PUBLISHED: 09:12 31 March 2014 | UPDATED: 09:12 31 March 2014

The all-singing, all-dancing feel-good Tonight's The Night premiered in the West End in 2003 and went on to play sold-out theatres across the UK. Photo credit: Alastair Muir

The all-singing, all-dancing feel-good Tonight's The Night premiered in the West End in 2003 and went on to play sold-out theatres across the UK. Photo credit: Alastair Muir

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With more than 10 years of wowing audiences in the West End, Tonight’s The Night is coming to Bromley’s Churchill Theatre on Monday April 14.

The all-singing, all-dancing show, assembled around more than 20 Rod Stewart hits, such as Hot Legs, Do Ya Think I’m Sexy, Maggie May, and This Old Heart Of Mine, will be performed for a week.

And despite initial concerns from the two-time Rock and Roll Hall of Fame inductee, Rod Stewart, himself, the show is touring the UK again after performing to sold-out theatres across the land.

“In the past, any ideas for musicals revolving around my songs just didn’t work for me,” said Stewart.

“It was only when we were approached to do ‘Tonight’s The Night’ that the idea really took off.

“I’m absolutely thrilled that this great show is touring the UK again.”

Set on the mean streets of Detroit and in the glamorous clubs of uptown LA, the show tells the story of Stu, a shy young man. His hero is Rod Stewart.

One night Stu strikes a deal with the Devil, trading his soul for Rod’s. It seems like a good idea at the time but he’s is about to find out the hard way - there’s only one Rod Stewart.

Tickets priced between £15-£35 including booking fee. Call the box office on 0844 871 7620.


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