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

 

Thursday April 23rd at 8.00pm

Clive Anderson: Me Macbeth and I 

The host of Whose Line Is It Anyway, Loose Ends and Talks Back takes to the road with his much-anticipated first ever solo tour, in a one-man show guaranteed to be funnier than Shakespeare’s greatest tragedy. 

CANCELLED – to be re-arranged 

 

Thursday May 14th at 7.30

Liza Pulman: The Heart of It

She’s one third of Fascinating Aida but she’s a whole West End powerball in her own right. Come and enjoy Liza Pulman’s new solo show prior to it being seen in London. This special preview is also being done in aid of the Savoy so 50% of the ticket price will go to the Trust. “Quite simply superb” 

CANCELLED

 

 

 

Friday May 15th at 7.30

Horse Country

Two clowns shoot the breeze, drinking bourbon and playing cards. They casually dissect capitalism, sea-lions, western culture, fishing, genocide, you know… stuff like that. Sam and Bob are not so much waiting for Godot, nor are they waiting for the audience to keep up. Their window on the world is one of menace, hilarity, disappointment and improbability, all delivered with a magnificent high-octane comic brio. Written by CJ Hopkins Directed by Mark Bell Starring  Daniel Llewelyn-Williams and Michael Edwards.

CANCELLED To be Re-arranged

 

 

Wednesday May 27th at 7.30

One Man, Many Friends starring Steve Hewlett and Arthur Lager

Perfect for half term. Hilarious TV Comedy Ventriloquist Steve Hewlett brings his family show to The Savoy. Starring his BGT judges favourite Arthur Lager as well as Pongo The Skunk, ChiiChii, Rod Vegas and a Special Tribute to Sir Ken Dodd, Steve will use audience participation using his unique style of humour and bring laughter and wow moments through ventriloquism.  

CANCELLED

 

 

 

Friday June 5th at 7.30

Back to Bacharach

Making a welcome return, the showcase for all the hits of the legendary Burt Bacharach. Every major singer in the last 50 years has covered a Bacharach song, with good reason as they are simply timeless. Join a quartet of West End stars and a full band to pay tribute to a brilliant popular composer. 

CANCELLED

 

Saturday June 6th at 8.00

Nick Helm: Phoenix from the Flame

The star of BBC sit com Uncle, comedy star and musician Nick Helm makes his debut at the Savoy with his new stand up tour.

Plus support 16+ age recommendation

CANCELLED To Be re-arranged

 

 

 

 

 

Friday July 3rd at 7.30

The Beach Boys Tribute Show

Ideal for a warm mid summer evening. The melodies of Brian Wilson will turn the Savoy into West Coast USA and Surf City. The third visit for this great band and in the meantime they have picked up a “Top Tribute of the Year” title. No wonder. They are superb.

 

CANCELLED

 

 

Saturday July 18th at 2.30

Basil Brush’s Family Fun Show

Fresh from appearances on CBBC’s Crackerjack, Britain’s most loveable fox takes you on a journey of laughs, storytelling and song in show for all the family specially written for the live stage and packed with fun and excitement. Come join in the mayhem!

‘Basil Brush is back with a boom – the children loved it’ **** (Kids Day Out Reviews)

Tickets £10 adults £8 under 16’sbook3

 

Saturday  July 16th at 7.30

Basil Brush Unleashed!

Showbiz legend, national treasure, fox. Children of the 2000’s, 1970’s (and everything in-between) this one’s for you as Basil goes prime time!  Join him as he takes to the road following his much-talked about and totally sold out run at last years Edinburgh Festival in a show for the adults! Fresh from appearances on The Last Leg (Chanel 4) and Celebrity Juice (ITV2), join Basil as he gives his comedic take on everything from Love Island to Westminster, in his trademark anarchic style.

Tickets £15book3

 

Thursday August 20th at 7.30

The Pride of Ireland Show

Riverdance meets Mrs Brown in this explosion of Irish stage talent. The Keltic Storm band and world champion Keltic Fusion Irish dancers bring Monmouth an unmissable show that will take you on a journey through the decades of a globally loved  culture . “Superb from start to finish and will have you clapping and singing all night long, this show is going to be a global success “ The Irish Post

Tickets £25book3

 

 

 

Thursday September 3rd at 7.30

Jethro

The Count of Cornwall is holding court again. One of the funniest and most popular comedians of the last 40 years is back with another quick fire session of his classic West Country repartee. He sells out time after time so get your tickets quick.

 

Sold Out Returns Only 

 

 

 

Sunday September 30th at 7.30 at 7.30

An Evening with Andy Hamilton

Re-arranged from May. In an evening of reminiscence and revelation, Andy will look back over his forty years in comedy and sixty-ish years on the planet. You, the audience, get to ask the questions, on any subject you may choose (apart from tofu, wellness, or Meghan Markle). Expect a hilarious and illuminating night out with a master of comedy.book3

 

 

 

Saturday September 26th at 7.30

Blake: Live in Concert

Since joining together in 2007, Brit Award Winning vocalists Blake have recorded and performed many of the world’s best loved songs.Celebrating a new decade together, they have chosen their all-time favourites, bringing you an extraordinary show that highlights their harmonies better than.ever before. 

Tickets £24book3

 

Friday October 2nd at 8.00

An Evening with Alan McGee: 25th What’s the Story Morning Glory Anniversary

On October 2nd 1995 one of the lost iconic albums ever was released – What’s the Story Morning Glory. It was recorded here in Rockfield. To celebrate we present the man who discovered Oasis live and in person on the Savoy stage to tell his story and that of the band, This will be followed by a performance of the entire album by top Oasis tribute Definitely Mightbe. 

Tickets £17.50book3

 

Monday October 5th at 7.30

Psychic Sally

A return visit for Sally Morgan, Britain’s most respected and best loved psychic medium. But you don’t need special powers to know that she is bound to sell out so get your tickets early!

Tickets £23book3

 

Friday October 9th at 7.30

Money For Nothing

Without a shadow of a doubt, Europe’s top Dire Straits tribute band who are celebrating 20 years at the top. They have toured the UK, Europe, the Middle East  and India. This Anniversary Tour will be the biggest and best yet. 

Tickets £18.50  (£17.50 Friends of the Savoy)

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Saturday October 10th at 8.00

Simon Evans: The Work of the Devil

Simon Evans’ last show, Genius 2.0 ( “A Masterclass” ***** The Scotsman) provided an hilarious analysis of the departure of any visible sign of intelligence from modern life. But his new show raises the stakes, with his usual excoriating views of a world on fire given a perspective shift from personal revelations that turned his world upside down this year.  “A gripping and, ultimately heart-warming tale… rich with Evans’ wit and caustic observation.” ★★★★ The Scotsman

Tickets £15 Concessions £13.  book3

 

 

Friday October 16th at 7.30

Albert Lee

The legendary musician returns with his band to the Savoy. Book early because he attracts every musician within a 50 mile radius who come to marvel at the talent and craftsmanship of this brilliant guitarist. 

Tickets £21book3

 

 

Thursday October 29th at 8.00

Queen’s Greatest Hits with The Bohemians

The Bohemians ability to re-create Queen live is something that has to be seen to be believed.

Now an annual fixture in the Savoy calendar because they are simply the best out there, They will sell out so get in early

Tickets £20book3

 

 

Friday October 30th at 8.00

The Legends of American Country Show

Now seen by over 300,00 fans live  and watched by millions on social media Europe’s No.1  multi award winning Country music show returns for a 4th fantastic year of toe tapping Country classics . The 2020  tour will showcase  tributes to Dolly Parton , Johnny Cash , Don William , Patsy Cline and Kenny Rogers  and  new tributes to icons  Hank Williams , Charley Pride  , Glen CampbellTammy Wynette  and Jim Reeves with countless other well known  hit songs  in this must see musical  extravaganza.  

Tickets £21.50book3

 

Monday November 9th th at 7.30

The Fureys

Re-arranged from May. The legendary Irish folk band are back by popular demand. They love the Savoy and we love them. They always sell out so make sure to book well ahead.

Tickets £21book3

 

 

Sunday December 6th at 7.30

Dom Joly’s Holiday Snaps

Re-arranged from last March, this is the hilarious and fascinating story of Dom’s travels in the danger zone and his expeditions to some of the most unlikely places on earth. With all travel at a standstill recently how pertinent is this! 

Tickets £18book3

 

Friday January 8th  at 7.30

The Soul Train

will soon steam into Monmouth with a fine feast of soulful gems. The show features a fun presentation of 60s and 70s soul classics. From the early days of Tamla Motown, Stax and Atlantic records though to the disco years and beyond. Featured hit songs by Sevie Wonder, Isley Brothers, Supremes, Gladys Knight, Marvin Gaye, Aretha Franklin, Donna Summer, Candi Staton, Whitney Houston and many more. Show cast of acclaimed performers will be lead by Wayne Kennedy. The Stage “Superb” The BBC “Magnificent”

Tickets £19book3

 

Saturday March 27th at 8.00pm

Joel Dommett: Unapologetic (If that’s ok?)

Re-scheduled from last year. Star of I’m a Celebrity, Singleton, Joel and Nish v The World is back with his 2020 stand up tour. 

 

Tickets £18book3

 

 

 

 

Saturday April 9th at 8.00

Owen Money’s JukeBox Heroes 3

The funniest man in Wales is back with loads of jokes, his own band and four great tributes to Tina Turner, Brian Wilson, Neil Diamond and Great Soul Legends. This really is a wonderful value for (owen) money night out!

 

Tickets £17book3