Toured in
Australia
March 2018

Andrew Strong

(Ireland)

Andrew Strong Tour Dates

Mar23
Astor Theatre
Perth
Mar24
Mandurah Performing Arts
Perth
Mar6
The Gov
Adelaide
Mar9
Tweed Heads
Twin Towns
Mar10
Eatons Hill Hotel
Brisbane
Mar11
Canberra Theatre
Canberra
Mar13
Croxton Bandroom
Melbourne
Mar14
Factory Theatre
Sydney
Mar16
170 Russell
Melbourne
Mar17
Rooty Hill RSL
Rooty Hill
Mar18
Basement
Sydney
Mar22
The Gov
Adelaide

Andrew Strong

Event Info

The gritty underground scene of Northside Dublin in the 1980s, the social unrest of the time…THE COMMITMENTS was a film which captured many a phenomena, though none more resounding than the talents of ANDREW STRONG.

In 1991, Strong was introduced to the world through his portrayal of Declan “Deco” Cuffe, lead vocalist of fictional Irish soul band THE COMMITMENTS from the film of the same name. Now, to celebrate the 25th anniversary of the award-winning film, Strong will be returning to Australia to perform the classic soundtrack in full.

After the film, Strong would go on to pursue his career as a singer songwriter, eventually returning to where it all began years later, performing the film’s hits “Mustang Sally”, “Try A Little Tenderness”, “Chain of Fools”, “Take Me To The River”, “In the Midnight Hour” plus More.

Following the trials and tribulations of vocalist Deco, his band and their starry-eyed manager Jimmy Rabbitte. The Commitments was released to critical acclaim (Collecting 4 BAFTA’s) with the sound track selling over 12 million copies. Andrew was nominated for a BAFTA AWARD for Best Supporting Role and also for a Grammy for his Contribution in The Commitments.

A huge commercial success in it’s own right, THE COMMITMENTS soundtrack spent 51 weeks in the ARIA Top 40 peaking at #1. Since announcing plans to mark 25 years since the first performing the music, Strong has sold out venues all over the world, testament to the impact the film, and music, had on the world.

Reviews

“Andrew Strong has a voice that can belt out the blues with the best of them”
Scenestr
“his charismatic presence kept the audience's energy levels high”
Belfast Times
“His stage prowess outshines anything his character could have done”
Barefoot Review