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 November 21st until Saturday November 23rd at 7.30
The Ghost Train
The Ghost Train is a very effective ghost story with some very funny moments. It was written in 1923 by Dad’s Army’s Arnold Ridley. A disparate group of six train passengers find themselves stranded at a small Cornish station, when a silly young man decides to pull the communication cord. The peculiar stationmaster tells them weird stories and they have little option but to stay the night 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
Monday November 25th at 7.30
It’s A Wonderful Life
Inspired by the classic American film, It’s a Wonderful Life: a live radio play is performed as a 1940s live radio broadcast in front of a studio audience. With the help of an ensemble of six actors and a live foley artist, the story of idealistic George Bailey unfolds as he considers ending his life one fateful Christmas Eve. It will take help from a lovable angel, Clarence, for George to have a change of heart and understand the true spirit of the Christmas. Lighthouse Theatre presents this ingenious staging of a timeless classic film and seasonal favourite.
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
Sold Out – returns only
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.
Sold out – returns only
Saturday December 7th at 8.00
Jack Dee: Off The Telly
The very man to cheer us all up with his happy go lucky look at life makes his debut at the Savoy
SOLD OUT: Returns only. Contact Box Office
Sunday December 8th at 11.00
Santa’s Christmas Countdown
There’s nothing Santa loves more than counting down to Christmas, but when he tried this year – disaster. The calendar was broken and all the goodies missing. How’s he going to get them back in time? Join Dottie the Elf, Dasher the Reindeer, Jack Frost and Pom Pom the penguin to find out. Great fun for all the youngsters and every child gets a gift from Santa
Thursday December 12h at 7.30
Only Men Aloud’s Merry Little Christmas
Wales’ premier professional male choir is back with a sparkling Christmas concert for your delight and they have an extra special guest for you – Sophie Evans.
This Christmas: The Savoy’s biggest and brightest family pantomime
Spontaneous Productions bring you the world’s favourite pantomime. A beautiful heroine, a handsome prince, two ugly sisters and a host of other characters (not all human!) to delight and enchant. Your perfect Christmas entertainment
There are FOUR types of performance: Schools, Relaxed, Adult and Family. Please look at the schedule below
School Performances: Monday December 16th – Friday December 20th
10am and 12.45 every day except Friday 20th – 10am only. Tickets £5 (teachers free). These shows are also open to the public
Relaxed Performance: (no bangs crashes or pyrotechnics)
Wednesday 18th December at 6pm
Adult Performances: (The naughty version 18+ recommended age range)
Thursday 19th and Saturday 28th December at 7.30
Saturday 28th December at 2.00pm.
Sunday 29th at 2.00 and 6.00.
Monday 30th at 2.00 and 6.00.
Tuesday 31st at 12 noon and 4.00pm
Wednesday 1st Jan at 2.00.
Thursday 2nd at 2.00 and 6.00
Tickets prices for ALL performances (apart from schools)
Thursday January 16th at 7.30
David Harper: Unexpected Tales
The Savoy welcomes the star of Bargain Hunt, The Antiques Road Trip, Flog It and For What It’s Worth. His new live show will feature funny behind the scenes anecdotes from TV, live auctions, exciting antique finds, huge profits, even bigger losses, as well as stories from celebrity TV appearances and historical journeys through time. It’s all part of what makes this show like no other.
Friday January 17th at 8.00
Monmouth Big Band in Concert
A big welcome back to the Big Band led by Gareth Roberts. This year they will be joined by renowned jazz singer Becki Biggins and there will also be a reprise for parts of the superb Monmouthshire Suite premiered here a year ago. A great night for all lovers of big band and jazz.
Friday January 24th at 7.30
Paul Jones and Dave Kelly
A fabulous acoustic set from two of the country’s greatest soul and blues musicians. Dave Kelly first recorded at Rockfield over 50 years ago and Paul Jones is a musical legend.
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.
Tuesday February 11th at 7.30
Strictly Ann: An Evening with Ann Widdecombe
Sailing dangerously close to National Treasure status, one of the most outspoken politicians of our time embarks on her first ever national tour. Entertaining, enlightening and as controversial as you would expect, Margaret Thatcher and Craig Revel Horwood collide as Ann lifts the lid on life in Westminster and shares behind-the-scenes gossip from some of the nation’s best-loved programmes, including Strictly Come Dancing, Have I Got News For You and Celebrity Big Brother.
Saturday February 15th at 8.00
Mark Watson: The Infinite Show
Re-arranged from November. 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+
Friday February 21st at 7.30
Round The Horne
Apollo Theatre Co brings you the greatest radio show of them all. 50 years on it is still one of the funniest. Join Messrs Horne, Williams, Paddick, Marsden and Smith and their alter egos Charles and Fiona, Julian and Sandy, Choo En Ginsberg and a host of others as this team of professional actors recreate the wonderful scripts of Barry Took and Marty Feldman. A real treat.
Friday February 28th at 8.00
Ardal O’Hanlon: The Showing Off Must Go On
Ireland’s finest, the star of Father Ted, My Hero and Murder in Paradise, makes his Savoy debut with his latest stand up tour. Book early as it will definitely sell out.
Saturday February 29th at 7.30
Mike Doyle: Rocking with Laughter
Undoubtedly the most talented and versatile Welsh entertainer in the business. Star of 26 pantomimes, 3 TV series, various West End shows and leading cruise lines. So join Mike and his fabulous live band to celebrate his 40 year on stage with a sensational evening of his unique brand of comedy and music, guaranteed to delight and entertain in equal measure.
Friday March 6th at 8.00
An Evening with Shaun Ryder
Best known as the front man for the Happy Mondays, Shaun Ryder has gone on to various careers as a broadcaster and author as well as runner up in I’m A Celebrity. He has countless stories to tell about his life. Join him in conversation and in the company of an exciting new band from Creation Records in a memorable evenings entertainment.
Sunday March 15th at 7.30
The Adventures of a Yorkshire Shepherdess: An Evening with Amanda Owen
Star of Channel 5’s Our Yorkshire Home, Amanda Owen brings us a frank, funny and informative new show, She shares heart-warming tales and honest anecdotes from her remarkable farming, family life in North Yorkshire. It’s a life that has almost gone in today’s modern world,
one ruled by animals and the four seasons.
Friday March 20th at 7.30
Novello and Son
Rosamund Shelley stars as the legendary Madame Clara Novello Davies, mother of Ivor, and no shrinking violet. She will doubtless take the opportunity to reflect on her own once glittering musical career and on Ivor’s indebtedness to her. She may elaborate on her sterling (if overly-ambitious) attempts to regain the limelight she once enjoyed. But it is hoped she will have the fortitude to refrain from reliving the painful events that shaped her life and her relationship with Ivor.
Wednesday March 25th to Saturday March 28th at 7.30
Monmouth Music Theatre bring us one of the great Rogers and Hammerstein musicals about the lives and loves of fairground folk with a score of brilliant tunes topped by the immortal You’ll Never Walk Alone
Tuesday March 31st at 8.00
Dom Joly’s Holiday Snaps – Travels and Comedy in the Danger Zone
The star of Trigger Happy TV in a rip-roaring travelogue featuring stories from his childhood home in the Lebanon – to North Korea, Chernobyl and Cambodia. There will be a meet and greet and an opportunity to buy all his books including The Hezbollah Hiking Club
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.
Thursday April 30th at 8.00pm
Joel Dommett: Unapologetic (If that’s ok?)
Star of I’m a Celebrity, Singleton, Joel and Nish v The World is back with his 2020 stand up tour.
Saturday May 2nd 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!
Wednesday May 6th at 7.30
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.
Wednesday May 27th at 7.30
Arthur Lager: Get Real. The Steve Hewlett Show
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.
Friday June 19th at 7.30
The Soul Train
All aboard for the musical ride of the year. The Soul Train is pulling up at the Savoy to deliver a bevvy of top singers performing the best from the Motown and Soul songbook. Summer party soul time!
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
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.
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 Campbell, Tammy Wynette and Jim Reeves with countless other well known hit songs in this must see musical extravaganza.