Saturday 25th April at 8.00
After covering weighty issues like death, love, religion and spam javelins, “The King of Edinburgh” is in a frivolous mood with this show about daftness, whether the term “cool comedian” is an oxymoron, and how Herring’s whole career is a failed attempt to top a piece of visual slapstick comedy he came up with at 16. Can he revisit the joke thirty years on or will it smash his old bones?
Friday 1st May at 7.30
Marina Laslo, the Russian born singer, has firmly established herself on the international music scene through her captivating artistry and unique, ethereal qualities. Combining sumptuous, rich and tender vocals with intense, touchable emotion, Marina takes on the music Marlene made famous. Dietrich Letters is the stunning collection of songs by legendary Marlene Dietrich showcased by a timeless performer whose beautiful voice continues to captivate.
Friday & Saturday 8th & 9th May
Belief from Simon Pegg is putting Almost Legal Productions on the map as they bring one of the all out zombie comedy favourites to the stage. With audience participation (including dressing up), goody bags, songs and dances -to bring you life after death!
Sunday 10th May at 7.00pm
A night of Americana, Folk and Blues featuringThe best of local singer/songwriters. Stuart Earl and Mike Edwards of “My Name is Earl” , Graham Mizen of “The Mizen Brothers “, Jane Pearl of “Kentucky Fryd Records” Thad Kelly.and Chris Mayfield of “Bluz”and “River Rats”, Tamzin and Matt Powell of “Ghost of a Dog” ,Rob and Rose Morris of “Wild Welch Women”
Wednesday 13th May at 7.30pm
Gypsy Fire’s ‘Acoustic Spectacular’ show, propels you on a fabulous musical journey through style and time. Narrated by the mysterious ‘Creator’ this dynamic show combines breathtaking musical performances with an otherworldly theatrical ambience. Featuring Ben Holder (violin) Will Barnes and Stuart Carter-Smith (acoustic guitars) and Paul Jefferies (double bass) A feast for the senses!
Friday 15th May at 7.30pm
Over the years the Wales-based male vocal group has varied in size according to requirements, sometimes having 20 men on stage performing a varied repertoire that covers everything from Welsh traditional music and Opera to Tom Jones and Coldplay. Only Men Aloud has undergone a regeneration with a fresh line-up and a new, more individual style that suits their personalities – but with the same popular appeal that has wowed fans across the country.
Saturday 23rd May at 8.00pm
Rich Hall’s critically acclaimed grouchy, deadpan style has established him as a master of absurdist irony and the king of rapid-fire wit. The award-winning Montana native renowned for his expertly crafted tirades and quick fire banter with audiences and delightful musical sequences saddles up and hitches his wagon to tour the British Isles once again.
Saturday 13th June at 7.30
From Greece to Finland, Poland to Portugal, Italy to Denmark, when the Blues Band arrive, the fans turn out in their thousands. What’s on offer is always the same; a stunning menu of original compositions and blues classics, all delivered with passion, knowledge, love of the genre and entertaining showmanship. if you love the blues, it doesn’t get any better than The Blues Band.
Thu, Fri. & Sat. 18th,19th & 20th June at 7.30pm
This modern classic is about Stanley Webber, an erstwhile piano player, who lives in a rundown boarding house, run by Meg and Petey Boles, in an English seaside town, “probably on the south coast, not too far from London”.Two sinister strangers, Goldberg and McCann, arrive supposedly on his birthday and appear to have come looking for him. They turn Stanley’s apparently innocuous birthday party organised by Meg into a nightmare. (Amateur production).
Monday 22nd June at 7.30pm
From her roots in the Scottish folk scene of the late 1960’s through to mainstream chart success with hits including ‘Answer Me’, ‘Another Suitcase in Another Hall’, ‘Caravans’, ‘January, February’ and the million-selling number one single, ‘I Know Him So Well’, Barbara Dickson has long since cemented her status as one of the UK’s best-loved performers. With a new album of the songs of Gerry Rafferty due later this year, she continues to record and to play to sold-out audiences throughout the UK.
Tuesday 23rd June at 7.30pm
An enchanting collection of witty music and skits about the Bard. Devised for, and first performed by, the Royal Shakespeare Company, this show has been a hit with audiences all over the world. It includes songs and sketches by Alan Bennett, Noël Coward, Stephen Sondheim, Fry and Laurie, Monty Python, Victoria Wood and many more.
Wednesday 24th June at 6.00pm
Mesmerising words and atmospheric music combine in this collaboration between poet laureate Carol Ann Duffy and musician John Sampson. The first female, Scottish Poet Laureate in the role’s 400 year history, Carol Ann Duffy’s combination of tenderness and toughness, humour and lyricism, has won her a very wide audience of readers and listeners. John is an Edinburgh-based professional musician, composer and actor. (followed by a book signing opportunity)
Tickets: Adult: £ 5.00 Under 16’s & Over 60’s £ 2.00
Saturday 27th June at 7.30
Shantaram events are proud to present the return of Legend (the Bob Marley experience) . After the amazing reaction from the crowd and seeing every singe person in the savoy up and dancing clapping there hands and generally having an amazing evening we have persuaded the 7 piece band “Legend” to return for another night in celebration of Bob marleys music . THE LEGEND LIVES ON !
Tuesday 7th July at 7.30
The popular star of TV’s Street Psychic, Psychic Private Eyes and Psychic Academy, Tony Stockwell demonstrates his belief that those who have passed can communicate with their loved ones, all delivered with emotion, sensitivity and empathy.Tony Stockwell is a spiritualist medium and spirit communication is part of his own religious belief, but we accept differing opinions exist regarding mediumship. Any demonstration of mediumship is an experiment and results are not guaranteed.
Wednesday 8th July at 7.30pm
The Three Degrees are well known for their soulful voices, beautiful gowns, and fabulous stage shows and songs like “When will I see you again”, “Dirty Ol’ Man”, “Take Good Care Of Yourself”. With 2 original members it’s the same line up since Sheila Ferguson left many moons ago. They have continuously toured for more than 40 years and still touring to this day. The Three Degrees are “Helen Scott” “Valerie Holiday” & “Freddie Pool”
Thursday 16th July at 7.30pm
He’s still rude, he’s still crude and this time he’s turning headlines into punch lines as his rip-roaring brand of banter continues to burst bellies across the country. Chubby doesn’t hold back from sharing his outlandish views on news, women and gender, sailing so close to the mark, even the most seasoned of fans will be left gob-smacked!
If easily offended please stay away!
Friday 4th September at 7.30pm
Lavish arrangements, stunning vocal harmonies and Claire Furley’s uncanny representation of Karen Carpenter combine to bring back memories of pop’s most melodic duo. Featuring all the songs that made the CARPENTERS a legend in the world of music.
“Well played, very accurate – I’m flattered! ” – Richard Carpenter.
Friday 11th September at 7.30pm
GA GA are embarking on their 20th Anniversary Tour with a show packed with massive Queen hits spanning right across the legendary band’s back catalogue. From numerous Queen Conventions to TV appearances, GA GA have consistently proved why they are so highly rated by critics and audiences alike. There are no wigs, no make-up and definitely no false moustaches but a host of massive Queen songs played like they were meant to be.
Friday 20th November at 7.30pm
“Purveyors of Cool” swing into town with The Greatest Music of the 20th Century Wonderful memories of classic Las Vegas Frank Sinatra-Dean Martin-Sammy Davis. Every song a winner – Come Fly with Me, Volare, That’s Amore, Under My Skin, Mr Bojangles, Sway, Mack The Knife and many more of your favourites.
Friday 11th March 2016 at 8.00pm
Professional Grumpy old woman, Splash survivor, amateur soup maker, and novice knitter, Jenny Eclair is younger than Madonna but eats crisps and likes wine. Semi –bearded and suffering from outbreaks of gout and hysteria, Eclair puts middle age under the microscope and decides whether to laugh, cry or buy a dachshund! You are most welcome to join her, just button your cardi up properly and wipe that lipstick off your teeth.