Live on Stage


Important Booking information: Please note we are unable to refund tickets once purchased unless the show is cancelled or sold out and we can re-sell to others.


 

Friday October 19th at 8.00

Marcus Brigstocke: Devil May Care

As we divide each other up into more and more unpleasant categories of evil, it is time to establish, once and for all, what is good and what is bad. Who better to arbitrate in these challenging divisive times than Lucifer himself? He’s retired now, and plays golf, but the Dark Lord is still on the board of The Underworld and  advises on how to make eternal damnation sustainably hot, how to keep a thousand minions on a zero hours contract and what to do about Jacob Rees Mogg. 14+

book3Tickets £16

 

Friday October 26th at 7.30

The Carpenters Experience

Karen and Richard Carpenter performed and  wrote, some of the greatest love songs of all time. Recreated to perfection by the Carpenters Experience. Lead singer Maggie is a hugely experienced show performer with over 20 years in the business. Backed by a highly-talented touring band, this is a show that has been performed across Europe and Asia to standing ovations

Tickets £16book3

 

Saturday November 3rd at 8.00

The Legends of American Country Show

Europe’s No 1 Country music show returns for another fantastic night of toe tapping Country classics. 2018 will showcase tributes to Dolly Parton, Johnny Cash, Merle Haggard, Tammy Wynette, Kenny Rogers and 5 brand new tributes to George Jones, Charley Pride, Patsy Cline, Glen Campbell and Don Williams and countless other well known hit songs. The show features 4 fantastic singers backed by the superb Country Storm band and coupled with an authentic stage set that will transport you all the way to Nashville and back.

Tickets £20book3

 

 

Tuesday November 6th at 7.30

Carrying On As Normal and A Slice of Life

A double bill of brand new one act plays created to commemorate the end of WW1. Carrying On As Normal, by David Evans, is a series of scenes depicting life in Monmouth during that war taken from Keith Kissack’s book. A Slice of Life is a play created by Sam Densham about the redoubtable and extraordinary Dorothy Peel who also came originally from Monmouth and ended up as Minister for Food.

Tickets £10 adults and £6 under 16’sbook3

 

 

 

Saturday November 10th at 2.00

Sarah Guppy: The Bed, The Bridge, The Truth

A fascinating one woman show starring Kim Hicks as Sarah Guppy, the first woman to patent a bridge and to formally design one.  She also patented a breakfast machine and an exercise bed, had 6 children and married Charlie Coote, her second husband, when she was 66. and he was 31. And of course she mentored young Brunel with that winning entry for the Clifton Bridge Competition.

Tickets £10 (Friends 2 for £10)book3

 

Thursday November 15th at 8.00

Forbidden Nights

Brace yourself for two hours of thrilling action, provocative choreography with the ultimate Forbidden strip tease (and a few men in uniform thrown in for good measure). Abandon your inhibitions at the door as the talented cast of acrobats, fire acts, aerial artists and world-renowned circus performers flip and spin across the stage in this high-octane show. This sexy but classy evening with Forbidden Nights is guaranteed to get your pulse racing and leave you begging for more. 18+

Tickets £23.50 first 5 rows, £19 all other seatsbook3

 

 

Friday November 16th at 7.30

Richard Digance: The Not Bad for His Age Tour

Brilliant comedian songwriter and raconteur Richard Digance returns to the Savoy after a three year absence, He celebrated 50 years in the business last year and is back with a series of dates doing what he loves best, telling stories, playing the guitar and singing songs. This year there’s a whole new show having shaken off the nostalgic trip of 50 years last year.

Tickets £15book3

 

 

 

Thursday  November 22nd until Saturday November 24th at 7.30

A Touch of Danger

Off Centre Theatre presents another of their much loved murder mystery thrillers that will keep you guessing until the very end. This one is from the pen of the master of murder thrillers and creator of Paul Temple – Frances Durbridge.

Tickets £12book3

 

 

Sunday November 25th at 7.30

Miles Jupp and Mates

A brilliant night of comedy in aid of the local charity, the Aptitude Trust. The Trust was formed with Mentor and Friend Dr. Rowan Williams to intervene and support children whose learning is interrupted due to trauma and crisis.Miles has assembled a group of his funniest chums  to guarantee a great night of top notch comedy. Your compere is the very funny Mark Olver.

 

Tickets £15 book3

 

 

Saturday December 1st at 11.00am

Santa’s Christmas Party

Someone’s been up to mischief at the North Pole. Dottie the Elf’s decorations have gone missing, Dasher the Reindeer’s party games are broken and Pompom the Penguin’s music is a mess. It look as though Jack Frost is determined to stop the party. Come and help get it back on track and then meet Father Christmas in his home at the North Pole where every child will get a present. Along the way there wll be songs and party games. A fun family show with a present for all the kids. Book early

Tickets £9 adult, £8 under 16 and £30 Family of 4book3

 

 

Sunday December 2nd at 7.30

Christmas with Elvis and Friends

The King is back for a very special Christmas concert. Keith Davies returns with his invited guests to pay tribute to the King of Rock ‘N Roll as only he can. As ever he will be doing the show for charitable purposes and the beneficiaries will be the Savoy itself and Breast Cancer Haven in Hereford.

Tickets £15book3

 

 

Saturday December 8th at 8.00

Tom Allen Absolutely

His first solo stand up tour is re-routed at the last minute to the Savoy. Star of Live at the Apollo and 8 out of 10 Cats does Countdown, the suave Home Counties comedian has been wowing audiences all over the UK. He has just finished his own Radio 4 series. 14+

Tickets £15book3

 

 

Wed December 19th (Relaxed Performance) and Friday  December 28th until Wednesday  January 2nd (times below)

Schools shows run from Monday December 17th until Friday Dec 21st at 10.30am and 1.30pm. All tickets £4. Phone theatre to arrange booking

Dick Whittington

Spontaneous Productions bring you another fun packed panto. But if you thought you knew Dick Whittington, think again because this version is very much The Cat’s Tale. So we have a talking cat, dancing rats and the usual songs, jokes and spectacle. So grab a popcorn and ice cream and enjoy the best panto in the whole county. (The Relaxed performance is full length but there will be no loud bangs or flashing lights)

Tickets: Adult £12 Under 16’s £8 (Family of 4 – £35)

 

Performance Schedule:
Wednesday 19th at 6.00
Friday 28th at 2.00 and 6.00
Saturday 29th at 2.00 and 6.00
Sunday 30th at 2.00 and 6.00
Monday 31st at 12noon and 4.00
Tuesady 1st at 2.00 and 6.00
Wednesday 2nd at 2.00 and 6.00book3

 

Saturday February 2nd at 8.00

Alfie Moore: Getting Away With Murder

A Monmouth debut for ex- Detective Sergeant Alfie Moore, copper turned stand up, star of BBC Radio 4 comedy ‘It’s A Fair Cop’, who takes you on a thrilling and interactive journey through the art and science of murder investigation. Enjoy Alfie’s trademark blend of humour, practical policing experience and detailed knowledge of the law as he answers the questions ‘What makes a murderer?’ and ‘Why do they caught….or not’? 

‘Offbeat, revealing and very funny’ – Daily Mail ‘Genuinely hilarious’ – David Mitchell

Tickets £14book3

 

Friday February 8th  at 7.30

Islands in the Stream

Back again after a sell out show in 2018 come the top tributes to the King and Queen of Country, Dolly and Kenny. With a full live band and every hit song in their repertoire this is a bucket list show for music lovers.

 

 

Tickets £22book3

 

Friday February 15th at 7.30

The Love Machine Show

From the team that brought you The Rat Pack comes a brand new stage show featuring SIX vocalists singing some of the greatest love songs written over the last hundred years. From Cole Porter to Robbie Williams this show has them all, and what better way to celebrate Valentine’s Day 2019.

Tickets £18 (until Sept 30th) £20 thereafterbook3

 

 

Friday March 8th at 7.30

The Dime Notes

Small band – huge swing! Join the Dime Notes as they swing the roof off with their customary blues drenched 1920’s New Orleans jazz. Led by Chris Barber’s longtime clarinetist Dave Horniblow and featuring Andrew Oliver, Dave Kelbie and Louis Thomas. “Inspired” Sunday Times. Swings from start to finish” UKJazz

Tickets £15 & £12.50 (Friends and under 16’s)book3

 

Saturday March 9th  at 8.00

Rachel Parris: It’s Fun to Pretend

Viral sensation Rachel Parris, star of The Mash Report, presents a comedy show packed with standup, song, sketch, and inevitably a sideways swipe at society. In this tour show she showcases some of her best bits, from her trademark comic anthems, to her all-too relatable, bittersweet standup, alongside brand new material looking at the insane events of this year. 14+

“Tears of laughter…endearingly frank and funny” – Guardian “A gifted performer” – Times “This is classy, clever comedy – uproarious” – Scotsman

Tickets £14book3

 

Friday March 1st  at 7.30

The Blues Band: 40th Anniversary Tour

The five legends of blues music return. Paul Jones, Dave Kelly, Rob Townsend, Gary Fletcher and Tom McGuiness. Its hard to believe they have been playing together for all this time. It’s a privilege for The Savoy to be welcoming them back on stage. They sell out on every visit so book early

 

Tickets: £23book3

 

 

Friday March 22nd  at 8.00

Gary Delaney: Gagster’s Paradise

The star of Live at the Apollo and Mock the Week arrives in Monmouth for the first time with his new show of endlessly funny one liners.14+

 

Tickets: £17book3

 

Friday March 29th  at 7.30

The Fureys

Legends of Irish music & song The FUREYS, renowned for their hit songs ‘I will love you’, ‘When you were sweet 16’, ‘The Green fields of France’, ‘The old man’, ‘Red rose café’, ‘From Clare to here’, ‘Her father didn’t like me anyway’, ‘Leaving Nancy’, ‘Steal away’ etc return to The Savoy. They are responsible for some of the most stirring music ever to capture the public imagination.

 

Tickets: £21book3

 

Thursday  April 25th at 7.30

Al Murray: Landlord of Power and Glory

The Pub Landlord returns for another sell out stand up show. 14+

 

Tickets £27.50    book3

 

 

Friday April 26th at 8.00

Fleetwood Bac

The Bac are back! They sold out in 2018 for their first visit and are sure to do so again because they are quite simply the oldest and best Fleetwood Mac tribute on the planet! Endorsed by the original band and adored by fans worldwide

Tickets £16.50book3

 

Thursday May 2nd

Seann Walsh: After This One, I’m Going Home

Re-scheduled from last December because of Seann’s “Strictly Come Dancing” commitments. Rated as “the best observational comic of his generation” by the Guardian, Seann Walsh is at the top of his game and after a recent spell in the USA working on Conan, he is back with a new stand up tour. He’s been on every major entertainment show in the UK (hosting two of them) so now see him live at the Savoy. 14+

Tickets £15book3

 

 

 

 

 

Friday May 10th at 8.00

Radio Active

One of the funniest ever radio comedy series LIVE on stage with the original cast: Angus Deayton (Have I Got News For You, One Foot In The Grave), Helen Atkinson Wood (Blackadder, The Young Ones),  Michael Fenton Stevens (Benidorm, My Family) and Philip Pope (Who Dares Wins, Chelmsford 123, Only Fools & Horses). Classic scripts from the award-winning  Radio 4 show following a sell-out and critically acclaimed run at Edinburgh Festival Fringe.

Tickets £17 (£20after Dec 31st)book3

 

 

Wednesday May 29th at 8.00

Albert Lee and His Band: In Concert

Undoubtedly one of the finest guitarists the world has ever seen, Double Grammy Award Winner, co-writer of Country Boy and writer of many other great songs. He has appeared and recorded with many of the finest artistes in the music industry, including Glen Campbell, Dave Edmunds, Dolly Parton, Bobby Bare, Joan Armatrading, Ricky Scaggs, Joe Cocker, Willie Nelson, Linda Ronstadt, Rodney Crowell, Vince Gill, Travis Tritt, The Blue Caps, Robert Wells and Earl Scruggs. It’s a real privilege and  a rarity to have such a star at the Savoy live with his own band.

Tickets £20book3

 

Friday June 28th at 7.30

Jethro: The Count of Cornwall

The King of Cornish comedy returns for his third visit to the Savoy. The other two sold out so don’t delay. 14+

 

 

 

Tickets £20book3

 

 

Sunday October 6th at 7.30

The Dreamboys

The Dreamboys are undeniably the most successful and famous Male Strippers in UK history. They made their debut at the Savoy in August 2018 to great success and are now back with their 2019 show.

 

Tickets £27.50 First 6 rows, £24.50 Stalls, £21.50 Circle book3

 

 

Friday November 1st at 8.00

Mark Watson: The Infinite Show

This show is about empathy. 99 percent of the world’s population is made up of other people: why can’t we understand them? One of the UK’s most beloved and thinnest acts offers some suggestions,

with his usual  high joke-and-rant-per-minute delivery. 14+

 

Tickets £19book3

 

 

Friday November 30th at 8.00

A Night of Queen: The Bohemians

They are the Champions!

Back for a third visit by public acclaim. Undoubtedly the most brilliant Queen tribute in the UK. A total sell out wherever they go so get your tickets quickly.

 

Tickets £18book3