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Sunday 26th June at 3.00pm
Tickets: £10 and £5(under 16’s and over 65’s)
Monday 27th June at 1.30pm
One of the most inspiring women in Wales today. As a result of thalidomide she was born with four fingers and fourteen toes but that has never proved much of an obstacle. She has a degree and a lovely family and is now a renowned painter. Hear her story as part of Monmouth Literary Festival.
Saturday 2nd July at 7.30
The King is alive and well thanks to KEITH DAVIES whose Elvis tribute shows have been raising money for charity for the last six years. So far he has raised over £260k. Now he brings the full show to the Savoy thanks to Monmouth Rotary Club. Come and help raise money for a variety of great causes and have a ball at the same time.
Friday 8th July at 7.30
The Savoy is delighted to welcome this local Monmouth band who will be debuting their second album TAKE THESE GHOSTS also released on July 8th. Members of the world class Tredegar Town Band, and some outstanding local singers will also be performing as part of the Bucket Jones Collective. All profits from the album will be going to Water Aid
Saturday 9th July at 7.30pm
Britain’s most outspoken comedian is back with another night of raucous comedy. Nothing is taboo. If easily offended please stay away!
Thursday 11th August at 8.00pm
One of Britain’s busiest and funniest comedians is back on the stand up circuit. Don’t miss his infectious Devonian humour.
Friday 9th September at 7.30pm
The Pub Landlord is back. The absolute King of Stand Up brings his brand new show to the Savoy. Sell out assured
SOLD OUT – returns only
Saturday 10th September at 7.30pm
The Savoy is delighted to welcome back this inspirational gospel choir after their tour last year had to be cancelled due to visa problems. They came to international prominence after the 2010 World Cup when they wowed the opening ceremony alongside R Kelley. Their harmonies and passion has to be seen to be believed.
Wednesday – Friday 14th to 16th September at 7.30
Monmouth Music Theatre return to the Savoy with another very popular Gilbert and Sullivan opera. The Mikado was first performed in 1885 at the Savoy Theatre of all places. Unfortunately not this one!
Tickets: 10 and £5(under 16’s) Concessions £8 Wed only
Friday 23rd September at 7.30
“Undoubtedly the BEST Dire Straits Tribute Band in Europe” Money for Nothing was formed in 2000 as a tribute to one of the world’s premier rock bands – Dire Straits. The abundant energy and the excellence and musicality of their performance makes Money for Nothing a “must see” for any rock enthusiast or Dire Straits fan
Saturday 30th September at 8.00pm
Join Harry for an unforgettable evening of extraordinary stories as he recounts his visits to Africa which have spanned over 40 years. He has films and footage that will amaze and enchant. They are regularly published in magazines and on TV. His talk will shed a new light on Africa past and present.
“The photographs are really magnificent. One can see the affection and understanding of Africa in every image.” – Alexander McCall Smith
Sunday October 2nd at 7.30
The Hollywood Bees bring you the greatest hits of one of Britain’s all time favourite bands. Bus Stop, Look Through Any Window, He Ain’t Heavy, He’s My Brother, Carrie Ann, Just One Look and many more
Tickets: £16.50 (£15 Friends of the Savoy)
Monday October 3rd at 7.30
The Savoy welcomes Caldicot Musical Theatre Society in a fundraiser for Cancer research. A cast of 40 with ages ranging from 5 to 60 will bring a night of highlights from many of your favourite musical scores all in a great cause.
Wednesday October 5th at 8.00
For the first time on the Savoy stage we welcome Derek Ryan one of Ireland’s most popular singers. He regularly tops the national charts and itunes. He has won “entertainer of the Year” “songwriter of the Year” and “album of the Year” and his songs have been recorded by some of the great international artists.
Friday October 14th at 8.00pm
Star of Live at the Apollo, the Royal Variety Performance, Have I Got News for You and countless other top rated shows Hal is back ranting about the evils of the modern age from social media to the 5:2 diet. The more he complains, the funnier he gets!
An absolute joy to watch” the Scotsman. “Hugely talented” The Times
Saturday October 15th at 7.30pm
Blast from the Past present six of the best loved of Chaucer’s tales. The set has been specially constructed to resemble a medieval travelling theatre and the three man cast will use verse, drama and physical theatre to bring the characters to life. The show is fast, furious, (occasionally) filthy and very funny. It’s unsuitable for anyone under the age of 12.
Friday October 21st at 8.00pm
The national treasure is back celebrating 30 years as a camp comic. He’ll be showing off his his MBE (Mincer of the British Empire) and handing out a few gongs to the audience too. Come and witness a masterclass
Monday October 24th at 12noon
Deep in the rainforest we meet our hero Dr. Jones in search of the legendary lost Pumpkin and the secrets it holds. But so is the evil Pharaoh, Mustafa Gold. A roller coaster ride of adventure ensues, both in the rainforest and in the haunted temple where our hero seeks his fortune. But beware you don’t anger the most evil spirit – Mustafa’s mummy! Bolder dodging, slap stick and things that go bump in the night all form the essential ingredients of this adventurous plot sure to delight youngsters and adults alike. A ghoulishly spooktacular production for this October half term
Friday October 28th at 8.00pm
It stars Lee Hurst
It’s his 9th tour
It’s full of comedy
Say no more!
Sunday October 30th at 11.30am
Everyone is delighted when the special delivery arrives at the farm – the new machine that makes all the toys you need. But Crafty Crow has been up to his tricks and it shouldn’t be there at all. Worse still, it’s broken and needs to be mended before the Toymaker comes to get it back. All your favourite characters such as Sally The Scarecrow, Pongo the Penguin and Milly Moo the Cow as well as Marty himself. Lots of well known interactive songs along the way.
Wednesday November 9th at 8.00pm
One of the fastest and most inventive stand ups on the circuit is back with a brand new show. If you are 21 pretending to be 16, 80 with the strength of three oxen, or 40 faking 25, this is the show for you.
Friday November 11th at 8.00pm
Monty Don is a renowned gardening writer and BBC television presenter and the nation’s favourite and most respected gardener. Hear him speak about his life and travels visiting gardens all over the world, what really happens behind the scenes when filming, about how he made his own organic garden from a bare field and how understanding and working with nature enriches and empowers us all.
Tuesday November 15th at 7.30
One of the most popular stand ups of his era, star of Russell Howard’s Good News on the BBC and host of Comedy Central, Russell makes his debut at the Savoy as part of his pre-arena Work in Progress trying out new material. There will be a Support Act also
Friday November 18th at 7.30pm
The ultimate purveyors of cool are back again. One of Monmouth’s all time favourite acts grace the Savoy stage with memories of Sinatra, Davis Jnr and Martin as the classic American Songbook gets another outing. All accompanied in best big band style. Come and have a pre-Christmas party.
Thursday 24th to Saturday 26th November at 7.30
Off Centre Theatre present this gripping whodunit by Francis Durbridge. Red herrings, dodgy dealings and murder abound in a play with more than its fair share of blind alleys.. Almost everyone has a motive! Amateur production.
Wednesday November 30th at 8.00pm
He is undoubtedly one of Britain’s top stand up comedians and satirists. Star of The Now Show and regular on Just a Minute on Radio 4 and also a regular on QI and Argumental on TV, his stand up shows are always rated four stars and above, and are full of inventive material. His last visit to the Savoy was a triumph. So book early
Saturday December 3rd at 7.30pm
Marc Robinson is back with the Counterfeit Crickets and a special guest, Steve Halliday as Elvis Presley in a fabulous party night. Get out your glad rags and get dancing to some of the greatest music ever written. The perfect Christmas Party Night! Bring your friends!
Sunday December 4th at 1.00pm
Who can save the magic of Christmas? Fairy Flossy’s wand has stopped working, Cinderella’s glass slipper has broken, and Aladdin’e lamp has stopped working. Will Christmas have to be cancelled? Join Fairy Floss and Pompom the Penguin as they help Santa save Christmas.. The show includes all yiour favourite Christmas songs and all the children can meet and greet Santa at the end of the show and Every child will get a Christmas Gift. Suitable for 2-7 year olds
Wednesday December 7th at 8.00pm
Described by the Guardian as “One of the most entertaining observational comics on the block”. Currently starring in ITV’s Play to the Whistle. The Lie-In King would probably rather be on a couch somewhere but once he gets in his stride, he is unsurpassed
Monday 12th December – Friday 16th December (Schools Shows)
Tuesday 13th December and Wednesday 14th December at 6.00pm (Relaxed Performances*)
Friday 30th December – Wednesday 4th January (Family Shows)
Once upon a time, in a far away land, a beautiful princess pricks her finger on a spinning wheel and falls under the spell of the wicked witch. With your help cheering them on, will the Prince, the Good Fairy, the Dame and her friends be able to save her? We guarantee you’ll have a fun packed time full of music, magic and mayhem – oh yes you will!
Monday 12th – Thur 15th December at 10.30 and 1.30 and Friday 16th Dec at 10.30 only: A special one hour performance for schools. All tickets £4 (teachers and carers free). Booking is via the theatre only. Please call 01600 772467 to book
Tuesday 13th and Wednesday 14th at 6.00pm: A special full length relaxed performance.
*(A Relaxed Performance is a special full-length show that welcomes everyone, however it is suitable for children and adults who will benefit from an environment where normal theatre etiquette is relaxed. There will be no loud noises, strange pyrotechnics or flashing lights. Audience members are welcome to come and go during the performance)
Friday 30th December at 2.00 & 6.00pm
Saturday 31st December at 12.00 & 4.00pm
Sunday 1st January at 2.00 & 6.00pm
Monday 2nd January at 2.00 & 6.00pm
Tuesday 3rd January at 2.00 & 6.00pm
Wednesday 4th January at 2.00 & 6.00pm