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 25th at 7.30

Al Murray: Landlord of Power and Glory

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

 

SOLD OUT

 

 

Thursday May 2nd at 8.00

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 3rd at 7.30

The Spirit Sisters

A very special evening of mediumship. Three sisters born with eighteen months of each other who are all spirit mediums and healers. Join Simone, Louise and Michelle for what promises to be a fascinating and revealing evening

 

Tickets £15book3

 

 

Thursday May 9th at 8.00

Rich Hall’s Hoedown

Rich Hall’s critically acclaimed new show begins its second leg of touring. There has never been a better time to be an American comedian in the UK. Hall’s precision dismantling of the tenuous relationship between two countries is as freewheeling and deadly accurate as ever. The Hoedown begins as a withering dissection of Trump’s America, but ends up being a celebration of Americana. There’s stand-up, improvised ballads, cracking good musicianship, and ultimately a hilarious, foot-stomping, shit-kicking good time to be had by all. Even if you don’t own a hoe. 14+

Tickets £17    Sold Out Returns only

 

Friday May 10th at 8.00

Radio Active starring Angus Deayton and the original cast

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 £20book3

 

 

Saturday May 18th at 8.00

Choice Grenfell

An absolutely delightful evening remembering one of the great female comedians of her day. The show was originally devised for Maureen Lipman and is now performed by Airlie Scott. All Joyce’s famous songs will be heard again as well as “George – don’t do that!”

Tickets £14 & £12 (Friends of the Savoy)book3

 

 

Thursday May 23rd at 4.30

The Gruffalo and Other Stories

Celebrating 20 years. He’s back for another charming show together with his creator and Savoy Patron Julia Donaldson. Bring the kids to what will be a great hour of storytelling with everyone’s favourite monster.

Tickets £12 & £8 (under 16’s)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 7th at 7.30

Soul in Motion

Back by popular demand after their concert eighteen months ago. Another night of fabulous Soul and Motown hits in prospect with great melodies and wonderful close harmony. Come and party!

 

Tickets £16book3

 

 

 

Thursday June 13th – Saturday June 15th at 7.30

Fondly Remembered

Is a man’s memorial service the right time to tell the truth? Reunited for the occasion, a group of friends gather to celebrate a life. But who are they remembering? A creative genius, a former lover, a bitter rival – or the man who deceived them all? A wickedly funny play full of revelations rediscoveries and revenges. Amateur production

Tickets £12book3

 

 

 

Sunday June 16th at 7.30

Darren Page: The Voice of Roy Orbison

Darren is a must see for all Roy Orbison followers, there will be all the favourite’s from I Drove all Night, Crying, In Dreams, plus joining Darren, Sue Lowry will celebrate the music of Brenda Lee, One Step at a Time, Sweet Nothings, Dynamite to name but a few! There is only one Roy Orbison, but Darren will take you on a nostalgic ride as you listen to the songs of the great man himself. 

Tickets £17.50book3

 

Thursday June 27th at 8.00

Death and the Maiden

Baroque Theatre Company present this classic thriller set in an unnamed country that is emerging from a totalitarian dictatorship, the play explores the after effects of repression on hearts and souls in vivid and compelling style.  This is an enthralling, intellectual and emotional tug of war with the human psyche laid bare. Gripping high drama, this is a unique and first-rate thriller. 16+

Tickets £14 & £12 (Friends)book3

 

 

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

 

 

Thursday July 18th at 7.30

Old Herbaceous

Described as ‘Downton Abbey with gardening tips’, Old Herbaceous is the humorous love story of a single-minded yet gentle man with a passion for plants. It is a charming one-man play that has entranced audiences around the UK. Renowned actor Giles Shenton lives the part of the legendary Head Gardener, Herbert Pinnegar, inviting you to feel included in a private chat from a bygone age. Keeping you engrossed, amused and emotionally engaged, Old Herbaceous will leave you feeling that, perhaps, all’s right with the world.

Tickets £14 & £12 (Friends of the Savoybook3

 

Thursday September 5th at 7.30

Psychic Sally

World renowned psychic, television and theatre star and the UK’s favourite award winning medium Sally Morgan is in Monmouth for the first time with her phenomenal interactive 10 year anniversary show. Note; The show is investigational and for the purposes of entertainment.

Tickets £22.50 book3

 

 

Friday  September 6th at 7.30

The Monmouth Band with Wynne Evans

A magnificent evening of great music in store with the Monmouth Band accompanied by Wales’ most celebrated tenor, the one and only Wynne Evans. Wynne admitted recently on  his Radio Wales show that he hadn’t appeared at the Savoy, so we’ve made his wish come true!

Tickets £15 book3

 

 

Thursday September 12th until Saturday September 14th at 7.30

The Crucible

The Crucible is Arthur Miller’s classic dramatisation of the witch-hunt and trials that besieged the Puritan community of Salem in 1692. Seen as a chilling parallel to the McCarthyism and repressive culture of fear that gripped America in the 1950s, the play’s timeless relevance and appeal remains as strong today as when the play opened on Broadway in 1953. Amateur production

 

Tickets £12 book3

 

 

Sunday September 29th at 7.30

Justin Moorhouse: Northern Joker

Another top comedian as seen on Phoenix Nights and Live at the Apollo. Now he brings his new stand up show fresh from Edinburgh and a world tour.

“He charms the pants off the crowd” Sunday Times “Comedic tour-de-force… brought a tear to a critical glass eye”  The Herald “Simultaneously down-to- earth and out of this world” The List  “The amount of first-rate comic craft that goes into his deceptively simple routines is worthy of admiration” Guardian

Tickets £14 (£5 unwaged with proof) On sale Friday 26th April

Saturday October 5th at 8.00

Count Arthur Strong: Is there Anybody Out There?

As well as being the all-round entertainer we all know and love from the telly, Count Arthur Strong is also a lifelong fan of astronomy, since having been given a microscope, or whatever it is they use, for Christmas when he was a small precocious baby. In fact, it’s said the first word he spoke was ‘Uranus’. In this, his brand-new show, he seamlessly combines the very best showbiz entertainment you’ll currently find, in the world, possibly? as he wrestles with some of the big questions that other all-round entertainers shy away from.

Tickets £21.50 book3

 

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

 

 

Saturday October 12th at 7.30

David Gower: On the Front Foot

One of the greatest batsmen ever seen, a former England captain and now Sky Cricket anchor, David Gower takes to road to reflect on his career and what promises to be one of the most momentous summers of cricket in recent years and England hosts not only a World Cup but also the Ashes

 

Tickets: £22 Tickets on sale to Friends Thursday 25th. General Public Fri 26th

 

 

 

Saturday October 19th at 8.00

Andy Parsons: Healing the Nation

One of the country’s funniest and most incisive comedians is back on the road. This time he will be reassuring us all that everything’s is going to be alright. “You can trust me. I’m not a politician”

 

Tickets £15. On sale to Friends Thursday 25th. General public: Friday 26th

 

Friday October 25th at 8.00

The Carpenters Experience

A total sell out when they appeared in Oct 2018 so we have booked them back as quickly as we could to guarantee another superb concert featuring the voice of Maggie Nestor and the great musicianship and harmonies of the Carpenters Band. Book early as many people were disappointed last time

Tickets £17.50book3

 

Thursday October 31st at 8.00

Griff Rhys Jones: All Over the Place

Following sell out performances of his previous one man entertainments ‘Jones and Smith’ and ‘Where Was I?’ it’s time to join one half of Smith & Jones, one quarter of Not the Nine O’Clock News and one third of Three Men In a Boat as he presents an evening of hilarious true stories, riffs, observations and details of his recent medical procedures. It’s all guaranteed to be packed with wicked insights into the pains of celebrity, the vicissitudes of parenthood and encounters with the great, the good and even the royal. Yes, Griff ( A Savoy Patron) is all over the place this year so make sure not to miss him!

Tickets £19 (Friends £17.50) On sale to Friends on May 1st. General Public May 2nd.

 

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 8th at 8.00

The Legends of American Country Show

Back for a third year running, one of our most popular shows. The cream of country music on one bill. 

Country Music Northern Ireland “As good a Country show as you will see live “ 
CMT “ Pure Country at its best “ 
Hot Country “ Fantastic show of nostalgic country at its best with superb vocalists and musicians “

 

Tickets £20book3

 

Saturday November 9th at 8.00

Geoff Norcott: Taking Liberties

Geoff Norcott’s unique brand of provocative stand-up is hitting the road again with ‘Taking Liberties’. Whatever the contentious subject – he’ll be honest and blunt without being a dick. Mostly. As seen on The Mash Report, Live at the Apollo and Mock the Week.

‘He’s a class act with a mature, sharp take on modern politics’ Sunday Times
A Right laugh’ Guardian
‘Happily, he is very funny’ Telegraph

Tickets £13.50book3

 

Friday November 15th 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 November 22nd until Saturday November 24th  at 7.30

The Ghost Train

The Ghost Train is widely felt to be one of the scariest ghost stories ever staged, yet at the same time it is something of a gentle comedy.  It was written in 1923 by Arnold Ridley (yes, he was in Dad’s Army!).  A disparate group of six train passengers find themselves stranded at a small Cornish wayside station, when a silly young man decides to pull the communication cord.   The peculiar stationmaster tells them weird stories of a ghost train, but they have little option but to stay the night in the waiting room and catch a morning train.  But the night holds many secrets and surprises for the group. Prepare for thrills, chills and a little laughter! Amateur production

Tickets £12book3

 

Friday November 29th at 8.00

Stewart Francis: Into the Punset

The best one line comedian in the business. Star of Mock the Week and Live at the Apollo is making his first (and last) appearance at the Savoy as he embarks on his final ever tour

 

Tickets £23  ON SALE FEB 1stbook3

 

 

 

Saturday 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

 

 

Wednesday February 5th at 7.30

Jimeoin: Ramble On

The hilarious Northern Irishman from Australia makes a welcome return to the Savoy with his new stand up show.

 

Tickets £16.50book3