Live on Stage

Wednesday October 18th at 2.30

dadsarmy2The Dad’s Army Variety Show

The ultimate 1940’s entertainment featuring all the famous stars of the day including George Formby, Frank Sinatra, Gracie Fields, Max Miller and the UK’s number 1 Vera Lynn tribute artist. All supported by the Walmington on Sea Home Guard who will introduce the acts and feature in brand new sketches.

Tickets: £15book3


Friday October 20th at 8.00

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Jenny Eclair is back with her take on middle age and how to cope with it without going insane. Plenty of angst and bucket loads of laughs. She was one of the highlight acts of last year so don’t miss her this time round.

Tickets £17.50book3

Sunday October 29th at 1.00

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Why has Crafty the Crow gone to live in a haunted castle? Can Sally the Scarecrow help him with the ghostly goings on, and what is going bump in the night? The perfect Halloween fun for the under 8’s with lots of interactivity and a trick or treat present for every child.

Tickets £9 adults, £8 under16’s and £30 for a family of four. Includes a present for every child



Thursday November 2nd at 8.00

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As seen on Britain’s Got Talent, a whole new concept in Male Variety Spectaculars. Cirque Du Soleil meets Magic Mike in a wonderful a classy new all male variety show with full theatre production and explosive choreography! With skilled and professionally trained performers, hand-picked from around the UK with charisma, undeniable talent, sparkling personalities and honed physiques in equal measure. They can sing, they can dance and they are VERY easy on the eye!

 Tickets £22.50 (first 5 rows) and £18book3

Monday November 6th at 7.30

LegendsLegends of American Country

Following a sell out tour of the UK comes Ireland’s No 1 country music show making it’s debut at the Savoy. Tributes to Dolly Parton, Merle Haggard, Patsy Cline, Kenny Rogers, George Jones Don Williams and Johnny Cash Featuring three fabulous singers backed by the band Keltic Storm. For country music fans this is the show to see.


Tickets £19.50book3


Wednesday November 8th at 7.00

Adam Henson

The star of Countryfile is back at the Savoy. This time talking about his new book – A Farmer and his Dog. There will be opportunities to buy the book and get signed copies.

Tickets available from Rossiter Books 

Tickets £9 (from Rossiter Books NOT the Savoy)book3

Thursday November 9th at 7.30


After his sell out show in January it didn’t take much persuasion to get the Cornish Comedy Legend back. This show will sell out too so don’t delay in getting your tickets.


Tickets £20book3

Friday November 10th at 8.00

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Join the star of Never Mind the Buzzcocks, QI and I’m Sorry I Haven’t a Clue for a full length brand new show of tales, laughs and diversions. One of the UK’s funniest men gets to grips with the chaos that surrounds him. Adult themes delivered childishly! Recommended age 14+

Tickets £15 book3

Friday  November 17th at 7.30

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Rescheduled from June, The ultimate boogie party night. Come and enjoy the fabulous five piece harmonies that this band excel in. Enjoy the great sounds of Motown, soul, seventies and Northern Soul. Brilliant music, exquisitely performed. Great night guaranteed


 Tickets £15book3


Thursday November 23rd until Saturday November 25th at 7.30

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Off Centre Theatre bring you the stage version of David Croft and Jeremy Lloyd’s classic TV sitcom including all the favourite characters: Mrs Slocombe, Captain Peacock, Miss Brahms and of course the outrageous Mr Humphries. The entire staff of Grace Bros depart en masse for a holiday in Spain with hilarious consequences 

Tickets £10book3

Sunday December 3rd at 1.00

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Have you ever wondered what Santa gets for Christmas? Now you can choose with the help of Dasher the Reindeer, Snowy the Snowman and PomPom the Penguin. Come and bring the kids to hear all your favourite songs and of course the best bit of all – everyone gets to meet Santa and receive a gift!!

book3Tickets £9 adults, £8 under16’s and £30 for a family of four. Includes a present for every child

Monday December 11th – Friday December 15th (Schools shows)
Wednesday December 13th at 6.00 (relaxed performance)*
Friday December 29th at 2.00 & 6.00
Saturday December 30th at 2.00 & 6.00
Sunday December 31st at 12.00 & 4.00
Monday January 1st at 2.00 & 6.00.
Tuesday January 2nd at 2.00 & 6.00
Wednesday January 3rd at 2.00 & 6.00


Another fantastic live pantomime from the team that brought you Sleeping Beauty last year. The ever popular Aladdin is flying into Monmouth this Christmas on his magic carpet determined to outwit his arch enemy Abanazar and claim his true love Princess Jasmine. There will be plenty of fun and silliness along the way. Spontaneous Productions are back to bring you the perfect family pantomime. Book early to avoid disappointment. (* The relaxed performance is a full length show without pyrotechnics, flashing lights and loud bangs)

Tickets £12 adults, £8 under16’s. £35 family of 4book3


Friday January 19th at 8.00

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Top comedian Mark Watson is embarking on a tour of all the places he can think of beginning with the letters of his name. That’s lucky!


Tickets £17book3

Friday January 26th at 7.30

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Back by popular demand the UK’s number one tribute to the talents of Dolly Parton and Kenny Rogers. All their greatest hits with a full band. The show took the Savoy by storm last year so a great night in prospect again. 

Tickets £20book3



Friday February 2nd at 7.30

The Lost Will and Testament of Jake Thackray

John Watterson celebrates the life and work of the great British song-smith Jake Thakray, who of course for many years lived in Monmouth. He is increasingly being acknowledged as one of the greatest English songwriter of the 20th century whose songs are full of poetry, wit, irreverence and humanity

Tickets £15book3


Friday February 16th at 8.00

Andy Zaltzman

“Political comedy at its best” Sunday Times. “Probably one of the finest satirical comedians this country has ever produced” Time Out. You don’t get reviews like that without being good so come along and see one of the country’s top stand ups with his new show which offers the definitive answers to everything. So there!

Tickets £12




Saturday February 24th at 8.00

Fleetwood Bac

Without a shadow of a doubt Fleetwood Bac are the definitive tribute act. Voted in the top 5 tributes of all time in The Times and endorsed by two of the original members including Mick Fleetwood. Over the last few years they have received rave reviews from ‘The Stage’ newspaper, the U.K.s leading Fleetwood Mac fansites, the official Stevie Nicks website; and from ecstatic audiences wherever the band played, wowing audiences as far afield as Dubai, St. Tropez, the Cayman Islands and Monte Carlo.

Tickets £16


Saturday March 24th at 8.00

Whole Lotta Shakin

Star performer Rebel Dean brings Monmouth his fast paced and exhilarating rock and roll show playing every hit and more by the legendary Welsh star Shakin’ Stevens. It was recently voted as the No1 Tribute Act of the Year (2017) by the Agents Association


Tickets £18.50book3

Saturday March 31st at 8.00

A Night of Queen

The ultimate QUEEN tribute is back. The Bohemians sold out last year and no wonder. Their showmanship and musical ability is second to none. This will be an evening to remember. 


Tickets £18.50book3




Friday April 20th at 7.30

Barry Cryer: Strictly Come Joking

A night of comedy and music with two legends. Barry Cryer has appeared with and written for every major comedy act in the UK in the last 60 years and Colin Sell has accompanied many of the same stars on the piano and is best known as the getting grief from Jack Dee on I’m Sorry I Haven’t A Clue on Radio 4.


Tickets £18.50book3



Saturday April 28th at 8.00

Mark Steel: Every Little Thing’s Gonna Be Alright

Barely a year ago it seemed highly unlikely the UK would vote to leave the EU; we had a reasonable opposition to the Tory Government; Donald Trump was a buffoon who surely wasn’t going to beat Hilary Clinton and Mark was living the married suburban ideal. A year later it’s all gone to absolute shit!  But star comedian Mark Steel will be assuring us all it all going to turn out okay in the end in his new brilliant stand up show


Tickets £15.             book3



Sunday May 6th at 8.00

Shappi Khorsandi: Mistress and Misfit

Shappi presents England’s unsung heroine, Emma Hamilton. For too many years she has been known as just ‘Nelson’s mistress’, a bit of a harlot. (You get ONE job in a brothel and bang goes your reputation) Women’s lib wasn’t a ‘thing’ in Georgian times, Emma moved mountains to haul herself from ‘scullery maid’ to ‘Lady Hamilton’. Yes, she occasionally danced on tables naked to get ahead in life, but who hasn’t? As a fellow naked dancer on tables, Shappi is inspired by Emma, although she never wants hair big enough to house mice in.

Tickets £15book3


Sunday May 20th at 7.30

Henry Blofeld: 78 Retired

Henry ‘My Dear Old Thing’ Blofeld has hung up his microphone after 50 years commentating on international cricket.The cherished golden voice of cricket has decided to celebrate by touring the country with his brand-new show, jam-packed full of unheard anecdotes from on and off the pitch, as well as stories from the TMS box not allowed on the radio. Don’t miss it!

Tickets £20book3