We have a number of products that can be purchased.

This includes Savoy t-shirts, mugs, calendars, shopping bags, sling bags, tea towels and more.

If you are interested in purchasing any of our Savoy merchandise, please speak to a member of staff at the Savoy Theatre or call 01600 772467.

Savoy T-Shirt – £15

Support the Savoy by wearing this exclusive T shirt in Savoy red.

Designed and made locally by Kudos in Chepstow.

Available in two sizes Large and Extra Large.

Made of cotton and machine washable.

Savoy Mug – £6.50

These lovely mugs are locally sourced from Inferno Marketing in Whitchurch and adapted from the Norrie Davies design.

They are dishwasher and microwave friendly and make the perfect gift for friends and family.

Everyone needs a special mug!

Savoy Shopping Bag – £12

The latest addition to the Savoy range is a very sturdy jute shopping bag also sporting the Emma Bryn design.

It is perfect to take out to the supermarket.

Savoy Tea Towel – £9

A lovely memento of the theatre – and practical too.

The Emma Bryn design has been made into a functional tea towel which will make a wonderful gift, or buy two and keep one yourself!

Savoy Sling Bag – £10

Designed specifically for the Savoy by Monmouth’s own Emma Bryn, this tote/sling bag is sturdy and stylish.

It is produced in Raglan by Jolly Clothing.

The size is 14 inches wide by 15 inches deep

The perfect eco-friendly way to do your shopping around the town

The Savoy In Miniature – £10

This model kit will help you create a beautiful miniature model of the Savoy Theatre, Monmouth. Designed by ‘Ice Cream at the Interval’, based in Edinburgh.

You will receive four A4 coloured 170gsm card sheets.

Each kit also contains instructions on how to cut out and build the theatre.

Fully assembled it will be 21cm wide x 14.5cm high x 11cm deep.

“The Savoy in the Rain” Card  – £2

“The Savoy in the rain” is by Ross on Wye artist Lindsay Reid (A4).

This design is also available as a framed or unframed print.

“The Savoy” card – £2

By Norrie Davies, a Ludlow based artist who fell in love with the theatre’s profile when visiting Monmouth and did an unsolicited painting of the front entrance.

Comes in A5.