Bromance is a new musical that recently had a hit, sold-out run in London at The Other Palace Theatre.
Like an awesome buddy movie come to life, Bromance reveals a world of Beer, Brotherhood, and Brocabulary. Bromance follows the comic misadventures of a group of friends after one fateful St. Patrick’s Day in Chicago. When Marty, a lonely IT guy who is new to town, meets Dick and his two friends, he desperately wants to be a part of their clique. Amused by his naiveté, Dick decides to take Marty under his wing, but first convinces his friends, to teach Marty Brotocol, aka the rules, joys, and importance of being a real bro. In order to prove his loyalty, the boys take Marty on a series of dudeventures, which get progressively crazier and more and more dangerous.
Bromance enjoyed its London premiere Off-West-End at the Other Palace Theater in October, 2018 to critical acclaim:
“Bromance: The Dudesical is a gut-bustingly hilarious pop rock musical...The lyrics by Michael Ian Walker and Kyle Ewalt are well crafted and add an additional layer of humour to the already hilarious script...****” - The Spy in The Stalls
“****...The brotherhood of men laid hysterically bare.” – Reviews Gate
“We are glad to say that...the talent and the performances...are parallel in quality as any other West End show...The songs, written by Kyle Ewalt and Michael Ian Walker, are catchy and funny, guaranteed to make you laugh.” – West End Theatreland
“Think The Three Musketeers meets Seth Macfarlane’s Family Guy...There’s a great ride in store for everyone who goes with the bro-flow...****” – The Jewish Renaissance
“This is a brilliant ‘tongue-in-cheek’ look at what makes friends stay together, the weird things that will be overlooked and also asked of, under the banner of friendship...Go see it!” - NumbBum
“THIS show accurately represents the trials and tribulations of friendship and the beauty of finding your true best friends.” – The Henley Standard
“This is a hilarious take on Machismo...This show has been a sell- out for the run, but it will return sometime soon. So watch out for it. It is really worth it for a good belly laugh...****” - RemoteGoat
“The best new musical in town could well be Bromance at the Other Palace. Forget Company resuscitated, go there instead to discover what makes men cling together as nerd Marty bonds with Dick to the annoyance of Tom and Harry. Great tunes, lyrics, cast & very funny. A****premiere” – William Russell of the Glasgow Herald