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Saturday February 25th at 8.00
Since 1969 the Pasadena Roof Orchestra has been faithfully re-creating the glories of popular music from the 1920’s and 1930’s. The fun-packed show features timeless classics from the great American song book – those wonderful songs that miraculously lifted people’s spirits during the depression era, and which made household names of singers such as Bing Crosby, Al Bowlly, and Fred Astaire.
Wednesday 1st March at 8.00
Fresh from his engagement in panto at the London Palladium no less, the legend of light entertainment arrives at the Savoy with his new show that pays tribute to the musicals, re-creating the poignant and salient moments for your delight.
Friday 3rd March at 7.30
The naturalist, writer and TV presenter Simon King will be at the Savoy to talk about his new book Nature Watch which encapsulates his firsthand knowledge as an observer of wildlife, their habitat and their ways of life. A fascinating and illuminating night in prospect.
Thursday 9th to Saturday 11th March at 7.30
Off Centre Theatre bring you four one act plays by Peter Quilter that examine all aspects the chaotic world of love and relationships. The sequence of plays is a tribute the the strength and madness of the human heart. An amateur production
Sunday 12th March at 8.00
Look alike and sound alike Andy Wood and his band recreate the authentic sound and look of the boy from Ponty. Every hit is in there. It’s an astonishingly accurate performance of his greatest hits. Even Sir Tom had to agree: “This boy can sing!”
Saturday 18th March at 8.00
Shappi is reclaiming patriotism. She’s celebrating her 40th year in Britain with a love letter to her adopted land. Skinheads welcome. Star of BBC’s Live at the Apollo and Radio 4’s Shappi Talk.Author of the bestseller A Beginner’s Guide to Acting English and Nina is not OK. ‘She has plenty to say, and says it with pointedness and potency’ (Guardian). ‘Has the crowd in the palm of her hand’ (List). Age range: 14+
Friday 24th March at 7.30
The Beach Boys Band delivers a range of stunning harmonies that will take your breath away. You’ll be amazed at the intricate sounds five musicians can achieve live on stage. The complex orchestrations of the original band are perfectly replicated. The 20127 Beach Boys Show is even bigger and better with more songs added. Come join the fun and ride the wave of adrenalin and nostalgia
Wednesday 29th March – Saturday 1st April at 7.30
The Monmouth Music Society bring you the award winning musical by Jerry Herman and Michael Stewart. There have been many stage versions starring some of the greatest divas in musical theatre. A wonderful score is underpinned by a witty script and lots of lovely costumes.
Wednesday 5th April at 7.30
One of Wales most popular professional companies – It’s an Act Theatre Co – brings a wonderful John Godber play to the Savoy. It features the hilarious meeting of two couples on a caravan holiday to Wales, both of whom are contemplating a stress free leisurely break in an idyllic spot. Unfortunately it turns out to be anything but!
Thursday 6th April at 8.00
A brand new stand up show from a man who is committed to exposing bullsh*t of any description. It’s his third trip to the Savoy and both times he has sold out quickly. This will be no exception. “Brilliantly funny and insightful” Metro. Age Range 16+
Friday 7th April at 7.30
36 years and back for more! The incredible and always superb grouping of Gary Fletcher, Rob Townsed, Dave Kelly, Tom McGuinness and of course the star man Paul Jones are back to provide another night of absolutely unmissable blues music. They always sell out so book early!
Saturday 8th April at 12.00
The team behind Marty MacDonald and the Santa Shows now bring you an Easter show to delight the little ones from 2-7. Come and join in with all of your favourite songs and stories and then stay and meet the Easter Bunny afterwards with an Easter egg for all the kids
Saturday 15th April at 8.00
A comprehensive re-enactment of Queens greatest hits.Internationally renowned band The Bohemians take you on a high energy roller coaster ride of a concert featuring the back catalogue of one of the world’s most poular and iconic rock acts of all time.
Friday 21st April at 8.00
The star American comedian in a special preview gig prior to his national tour. “Stand up comedy’s coolest customer” The Telegraph. Note that this is a 75 minute show with no interval or support.
Thursday 27th April at 7.30
Legends of Irish music, the Fureys have been entertaining audiences for 39 years. Their iconic hits such as “When you were sweet 16”, “The Green Fields of France” and “I will love you” are classics. The band’s folk music has resulted in standing ovations at some of the world’s biggest concert halls and now you can see them live at the Savoy. Truly an unmissable night
Saturday April 29th at 8.00
The King of deadpan comedy is back for a third visit to the Savoy but this time he’s bringing some of his mates to provide a night of music and comedy – Hoedown style.
Wednesday 10th May at 8.00
King of the Edinburgh Fringe, the Podfather and Metro columnist is back with the best routines from the last twelve stand up shows. From Hitler to Christ and back again. Come and see one of the most influential stand ups in comedy today. Will your favourite routine be in there? Only one way to find out!
Saturday 13th May at 8.00
Keith Davies is back!! He delighted audiences last year with his tribute to The King, all proceeds from which went to Monmouth Rotary. This time he has agreed to do another storming concert to aid the charitable trust that runs the Savoy. So come and have a great night out and help this historic venue at the same time
Friday 2nd June at 7.30
The most respected psychic medium in the UK makes her first visit to the Savoy. With three books and many theatre tours already, not to mention a career helping the police in some difficult cases, TJ brings a modern and contemporary approach to her work and is able to share her talent in a unique way.
Saturday 3rd June at 7.30
Voted the No1 tribute act in the UK not once but twice in 2013 and 2016 Paul Anthony is without a shadow of a doubt in a league of his own as far as Bowie tributes are concerned. Much in demand we are very lucky to have secured his superb show for the Savoy Comeand join him and his brilliant musicians for a pulsating night of authentic Bowie
Thursday 8th June – Saturday 10th June at 7.30
Off Centre Theatre present Dennis Potter’s classic play set on a balmy afternoon as seven children go out to play. All the children are played by adults. What starts as an innocent romp steadily becomes darker and the children’s innocence is about to be destroyed forever.
Friday 16th June at 8.00
Led by Andrea Ojani, the UK’s leading Jon Bon Jovi impersonator, Bon Giovi have toured extensively around Britain and Europe for the last fourteen years and were the only UK act to be asked to appear on the New Jersey tribute album “Garden State on Mind Vol 1. They are confident that this is the closest you will get to the real thing.
Wednesday 28th June at 8.00
Fresh from his unforgettable appearance on I’m a Celebrity 2016, Joel Dommett returns to the road with a brand new stand up show. Come and enjoy this highly infectious comedian with a high octane tempo stand up show. *****Time Out. Age Range 14+
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Friday 7th July at 8.00
The classic cult radio comedy show which originally starred John Cleese, Tim Brooke-Taylor , Graeme Garden and Bill Oddie is brought back to the stage with a live version of the best scripts. The Angus Prune tune lives gain. The Monmouth show will feature original cast member JO KENDALL and special guest, ISIRTA fan and star of Radio 4’s The Now Show – MITCH BENN
Thursday 9th November 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.
Friday January 19th at 8.00
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!