Now seen by a live audience of over 250,00 to nightly standing ovations and rave reviews, join us for 'Ireland: The Show'! Featuring an all-star cast of the Emerald Isle's most talented singers and performers, accompanied by the fabulous Keltic Storm Band and world champion Gael Force Irish dancers from Kerry, Mayo and Clare. This unmissable show will take you on a journey through the decades of a globally loved culture.
The show, which has received high acclaim, will feature all the well-known ballads and singalongs like 'Dirty Old Town', 'The Town I Loved So Well', 'Tell Me Ma' and 'The Irish Rover', to name a small few.
Add to that a string of hilarious stories and jokes from our award-winning Tyrone comedian Gary Gamble, and topped off with energetic reels and jigs from our fiddling Derry maestro Richie Remo and the talented vocals of Donegal singer Elaine Boyle!
If it’s all things Irish you like, then this is the show for you. Guaranteed to take you to Ireland and back in one night!
“Riverdance meets Mrs Brown at an Irish hooley” - The Irish World.“
Superb from Start to finish and will have you clapping and singing all night long, this show is going to be a global success” - Stage Magazine
“Over 1,500 5 Star reviews”
Monmouth Brass Band is back together after a two year break with their new musical director Sam Lovell-Davis. They are sharing this concert with their guests - Edward Jay (accordion) and Chris Moreton (guitar) playing music from film and TV for your entertainment
Lauded by the music press as "The best Dire Straits tribute in Europe" MFN were formed in 2000 and have toured extensively throughout the UK and Europe cementing their reputation as the best in the business. This is a BRAND NEW show for 2022
"Make no mistake. They are good - very very good" The Observer
Brockweir, Hewelsfield & St Briavels Garden Society and the Parish Grasslands Project are delighted to present Dave Goulson.
He is Professor of Biology at the University of Sussex, specialising in bee ecology and the author of bestselling popular science books, including A Sting in the Tale, The Garden Jungle and most recently (August 2021) Silent Earth - Averting the Insect Apocalypse. His says, 'We have to learn to learn to live as part of nature, not apart from it. And the first step is to start looking after the insects, the little creatures that make our shared world go round.’
John Watterson and Paul Thompson have written the definitive biography of the ex Monmouth resident, singer and raconteur. They are now launching it in the town where he lived for many years. Join them live on stage for a full show including many of Jake's wonderful songs and lots of stories and anecdotes about his life. Ticketholders will be able to get £5 off the purchase of the book
The maestro is back. Albert Lee is one of the most revered guitarists in the world and fortunately he loves playing the Savoy. A sell out assured as is a night of superb music
A play by C J Hopkins
Directed by Mark Bell (The Play That Goes Wrong)
Featuring Daniel Llewelyn-Williams and Michael Edwards
Two clowns shoot the breeze, drinking bourbon and playing cards. While hunting the illusive nine of diamonds, they casually dissect capitalism, sea-lions, western culture, fishing, genocide, you know… stuff like that.
Sam and Bob are not so much waiting for Godot, nor are they waiting for the audience to keep up. Their window on the world is one of menace, hilarity, disappointment and improbability, all delivered with a magnificent high-octane comic brio.
Anarchic and surreal, this delightful and confusing satire surprises and provokes in spades… or the nine of diamonds…
“A profound yet hilarious interchange between two of the most brilliant idiots one has the pleasure of being forced to watch.”
– New York Herald
NB: Adults only
Tour Extended Due to Popular Demand
Having hit 60 (but still a year younger than Madonna), Jenny Eclair AKA ‘The Face of Vagisan’ confronts a new decade of decrepitude. Now that it takes 20 minutes of scrolling down to find her DOB when she’s filling in forms online, should she celebrate or crawl into a hole? What will her 60’s hold for this 1960’s babe and is it a legal requirement to buy Nordic walking poles?
On sale Friday April 8th at 10am
An Evening With Geoffrey Boycott last appeared on stage in 2017. A great deal has happened since then - in the cricket world, the world at large and in the world of our Geoffrey. He has had major heart surgery, become a grandfather for the first time and finally been honoured with a long-overdue knighthood.
Geoffrey’s many fans have expressed their deep disappointment at his disappearance from our airwaves. So, in a packed autumn where England are competing for the T20 World Cup and battling with the old enemy to wrest back control of The Ashes, they will be delighted for this chance to hear what Geoffrey thinks about - well, everything!
Forthright honest views, hilarious anecdotes, personal film footage from an incredible career and a chance for the audience to ask Sir Geoffrey their own questions. It’s a brilliant new evening with our brand new knight.
As ever, this cricket event is being run in aid of the Professional Cricketers’ Association and we raise money from the evening for the Professional Cricketers’ Trust.
Hello, Seann here. Did you know that comedians have to write their own blurb? I find that absolutely insane. What am I meant to say? “I’m fantastic, come and look at me talk”? I don’t know. It’s me. I do stand-up.
I guess I can start with the fact I renamed the tour. Sticking with ‘Same Again?’ felt a bit triggering after the year we’ve had. So it is now called Back from the Bed. Some of the material will be the same as I had always planned and some of it will be new because it will be difficult to avoid mentioning the last year in which millions of decent people tragically lost their lives to TikTok.
The previous leg of this tour got a lot of standing ovations, which was pleasing. Either that or they were leaving early. Come along if you like me. I’d be confident enough to say come along if you’re on the fence. Cheers.
‘Unquestionably the best observational comic of his generation’ – The Guardian