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 June 21st until Saturday June 23rd at 7.30
Blackadder Goes Forth
Off Centre Theatre presents the stage version of the classic TV comedy series set in WW1. Three of the television scripts have been adapted for the stage and are particularly relevant in 2018 as it marks the centenary of the end of the Great War.
Thursday June 28th at 7.30
The Invisible Man
To tie in with Monmouth Literary Festival, Ignition Theatre presents a fast-paced, hilarious new adaptation by Derek Webb of the classic H. G. Wells story,All the parts are played by just three actors, from railway porter, to vicar, to landlady, to tramp, to mariner, to doctor, to policemen, to a whole baying crowd of people, to The Invisible Man himself. It adds up to 90 minutes of pure fun – and makes the The Invisible Man a ‘must see!
Tickets £14 (£12 for Friends of the Savoy)
Friday June 29th at 7.30
Back to Bacharach
This exciting production is touring throughout the U.K. and is performed by 3 of the finest west end singers accompanied by a live band recreating Burt Bacharach’s timeless hits. Songs featured in the show include Alfie, Anyone Who Had A Heart, Arthur’s Theme, Always Something There To Remind Me, Close To You, I Say A Little Prayer For You, Magic Moments, Walk On By, What’s New Pussycat?, 24 Hours from Tulsa, and many more. Songs everyone will remember and fall in love with again
Friday July 6th at 7.30
Griff Rhys Jones: Where Was I?
Join the star of Not the Nine o’Clock News, Smith & Jones and Three Men In a Boat for a hilarious evening of comedy – observations, anecdotes, reminiscences and outright lies – from forty years of travelling down rivers and up mountains, into Africa, out of India, and across the arid wastes of the BBC. “Great comedy” 4 stars The Telegraph. Age Guidance 16+
Friday July 13th at 7.30
Viva Neil Diamond
Bob Drury, one of the UK’s most acclaimed Neil Diamond tributes returns to the Savoy where he performed to a standing ovation two years ago.
“Without doubt, the best Neil Diamond tribute in the UK. The vocal accuracy is astonishing!” – Chris Neilson (Artistic Director) First & Foremost Entertainment Ltd
Sunday July 22nd at 7.00
The Savoy Youth Theatre & Friends Showcase
On May 11th The Youth Theatre premises were gutted by fire. Costumes and props accumulated over many years were lost. The current Youth Theatre, past members and many performers associated with productions such as panto have come together in this fundraiser to help re-equip the group so that they can continue to provide a valuable service to the town as well as provide large amounts of entertainment to many hundreds of audience members. Come and support
Wednesday August 22nd at 8.00
The Dreamboys are undeniably the most successful and famous Male Strippers in UK history. For the first time they are bringing their legendary stage show to Monmouth. They will be making sure that August really is a steamy month this year
Friday September 7th at 7.30
The Story of the Beach Boys
The Beach Boyz Tribute Band electrified the Savoy audience 18 months ago. “The best tribute we have ever seen”, “Better than the real thing” so we had to get them back to recreate the cool harmonious sounds of the 60’s California Beach scene.The perfect way to spend a late summer evening wallowing in the music of one of the greatest bands ever
Thursday Friday and Saturday 13-15th September at 7.30
Fancy a night at the pub with a difference? Take ‘Two’. A funny and provocative play that will make you laugh, cry and probably feel quite thirsty too! You will meet the pub regulars, ‘ordinary folk but with extraordinary lives.’ There will be the ‘other’ woman come to see her man; Jack-the-lad and his faithful girlfriend; the hen-pecked husband who finally sees red, and many more.Serving them all is the genial Landlord and his wife whose smiles mask a tragic secret that is tearing them apart.This is a bittersweet cocktail of love, hate, laughter and tears – written by Jim Cartwright, who famously also wrote the hit film Little Voice and presented by Off Centre Theatre
Wednesday September 19th until Friday September 21st at 7.30
Monmouth Music Theatre performs the G and S perennial favourite, ‘HMS Pinafore’. A stellar cast includes the NODA Best Musical Theatre Performance winner Andrea Pole. Joining Andrea will be the magnificent MMT chorus and professional orchestra under its Musical Director, Ian Russell. Kate Russell directs. Following MMT’s spectacular production of ‘Sister Act’, this will surely delight and entertain.
Saturday September 22nd at 7.00
Monmouth Band: 50th Anniversary Concert (with Monmouth Male Voice Choir)
A special fun filled concert celebrating 50 years. Led by Musical Director Robert Morgan the band will be accompanied at the concert by 2 superb guests, Helen Williams on Flugel Horn (from the Fodens Band) and Glyn Williams on Euphonium (from the Cory Band) as well as Monmouth’s own excellent Male Voice Choir.
Tuesday September 25th at 7.00
Alan Johnson: In My Life – A Musical Memoir
The Savoy in conjunction with Rossiter Books are proud to present an evening with former Labour Home Secretary Alan Johnson talking about the fourth book in his series of memoirs, this time it focuses on music that has inspired him
Friday September 28th at 8.00
ELO AGAIN: The Out of the Blue Tour
The British Rock group The Electric Light Orchestra epitomised the 70s with their unique symphonic rock style and unforgettable classics. Pop masterpieces such as Mr Blue Sky, Livin’ Thing, Turn to Stone, Sweet Talking Woman, Shine A Little Love, Hold On Tight, Confusion, Evil Woman, Telephone Line, Don’t Bring Me Down…to name just a few. They have re-created the sound of the Electric Light Orchestra and they will have you rocking in the aisles and re-living your musical heritage in this fantastic production.
Saturday October 6th at 7.30
The “Just happy to get out of the house tour”
Critically acclaimed and award winning Stand Up comedian, host of his own TV entertainment show and Stand Up show on Comedy Central, Celebrity Juice regular and the only person to ever put Katie Hopkins in her place; Chris Ramsey brings his BRAND NEW 2018 live tour to venues this autumn following a sell-out spring run. Snap up tickets up as soon as you can! Age restriction 14+. Features a support act
Sunday October 7th at 1.00pm
Anton Du Beke
The star of Strictly Come Dancing has written his first novel. Inside the spectacular ballroom of the exclusive Buckingham Hotel the rich and powerful, politicians, film stars, even royalty, rub shoulders with the talented dancers from all around the world, who must enchant them, captivate them, and sweep away their cares. From behind plush curtains and discreet doors, the unseen staff of the hotel dream and listen – and watch. The storm clouds of war are gathering, and beneath the glitz and glamour of the ballroom lurks an irresistible world of scandal and secrets.
Thursday October 11th at 8.00pm
Andy Fairweather Low and the Hi Riders
The consummate Welsh musician is back but this time the Lo Riders become the Hi Riders with an extended brass section and Hammond organ for a Special Soul Review. The full line up is Andy Fairweather Low – Guitar & Vocals, Dave Bronze – Bass & Vocals, Paul Beavis – Drums, Nick Pentelow – Sax & Clarinet., Richard Milner – Hammond Organ, Pete Cook – Baritone Sax, Matt Winch – Trumpet. A remarkable front man and a remarkable band
Saturday October 13th at 8.00pm
Michael Brandon’s Stand Up Story
Hollywood film star and Dempsey and Makepeace heart-throb lifts the lid on a half-century of showbiz personalities including De Niro, Pacino and his ex-wife, the Bionic Woman… With original footage and rare photographs, this is an hilarious evening of eye-widening Hollywood truths!
**** Fringe Review. **** Daily Telegraph
Tuesday October 16th at 7.00pm
An Evening with Kate Humble
Locally based Kate has agreed to support the Savoy by giving all the proceeds from this special presentation of her new book Thinking on My Feet to the theatre, and Rossiter Books have also agreed to donate a significant percentage of the selling price too. So please buy as many books as necessary to fill all those Christmas stockings and as an incentive £5 of the ticket price can be used towards the purchase (one discounted book per ticket)
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.
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. They have a great catalogue of music to perform. 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
Saturday November 3rd at 8.00
The Legends of American Country Show
Now seen by over 250,000 fans, 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. One things for sure if you like Country music this is the only show in town!
Thursday November 15th at 8.00
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.Yes Ladies – Circus Just Got Sexy
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.
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.
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
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.
Saturday December 8th at 8.00
Seann Walsh: After This One, I’m Going Home
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
Wed December 19th (Relaxed Performance) and Friday December 28th until Wednesday January 2nd (times below)
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)
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.
“Tears of laughter…endearingly frank and funny” – Guardian “A gifted performer” – Times “This is classy, clever comedy – uproarious” – Scotsman
Friday March 29th at 7.30
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.