The Bohemians ability to re-create Queen live is something that has to be seen to be believed.
Now an annual fixture in the Savoy calendar (Covid permitting!) because they are simply the best out there, They inevitably sell out, so get in early
Simon Evans’ last show, Genius 2.0 ( “A Masterclass” ***** The Scotsman) provided an hilarious analysis of the departure of any visible sign of intelligence from modern life. But his new show raises the stakes, with his usual excoriating views of a world on fire given a perspective shift from personal revelations that turned his world upside down this year. “A gripping and, ultimately heart-warming tale… rich with Evans’ wit and caustic observation.” ★★★★ The Scotsman
Off Centre present Alan Ayckbourn's famous comedy
Apparently, it was written in response to comments that he only ever wrote about unhappy couples .. so here are the very happy golden couple Richard and Andrea, perfectly happily married themselves who inadvertently upset most others they meet.
Their friends regularly struggle to deal with the fact that their own lives are just not quite as blessed as their golden friends. Any similarities you see to real people you know are just ‘lucky’ coincidences!
Making a third visit to the Savoy comes the UK’s foremost tribute to the legends of country music, Kenny Rogers and Dolly Parton. Kenny recently dies but his music lives on as the brilliant show bears testimony.
will soon steam into Monmouth with a fine feast of soulful gems. The show features a fun presentation of 60s and 70s soul classics. From the early days of Tamla Motown, Stax and Atlantic records though to the disco years and beyond. Featured hit songs by Sevie Wonder, Isley Brothers, Supremes, Gladys Knight, Marvin Gaye, Aretha Franklin, Donna Summer, Candi Staton, Whitney Houston and many more. Show cast of acclaimed performers will be lead by Wayne Kennedy. The Stage “Superb” The BBC “Magnificent”
The show business phenomenon that is Su Pollard gives us a whole evening of her time to tell her life story complete with anecdotes and backstage goss. Veteran of 31 stage plays, 43 pantos and of course the never-to-be-forgotten TV series Hi Di Hi
Colin Elmer who visited the Savoy last year to play Kenneth Williams in the production of Round the Horne, returns with his one man show about the man and his life. Told entirely in his own words with anecdotes, stories and diary entries, we get to know much more about this fascinating, brilliant and witty man.
An Apollo Theatre Production Directed by Tim Astley
Re-scheduled from last year. Star of I’m a Celebrity, Singleton, Joel and Nish v The World is back with his latest stand up tour.
One of the greats of the Welsh music scene returns to a venue he loves with his band for another evening of superb entertainment
Climate change. Mass unemployment. Economic pandemics. The rise of global fascism. So what the f*** could this man POSSIBLY say to upset you? Welcome to the world of the Bombe Shuffleur.
Reginald D Hunter is back with a brand-new show, and there’s no time for niceties. Unafraid to tackle head on the subjects the rest of us skirt around, Reginald is the voice of his generation – searingly honest, brutally funny and uniquely placed to commentate on the unfolding meltdown of life as we know it.