Monmouth’s renowned Savoy Theatre has a long history dating back to the 1800’s and is widely known as the oldest working theatre site in Wales.
The venue was granted its first entertainment licence in 1832 and the building has seen many different owners and name changes throughout the following years.
In March 1928, after a change in ownership and a period of re-furbishment, the theatre re-opened as ‘The New Picture House’ and the first ‘talking pictures’ were shown in the town. To mark this episode in its history, members of Off Centre Theatre and Monmouth Music Theatre will be performing an entertainment spectacular as part of the 90thanniversary celebrations.
This production will be performed on Saturday 3rd March for one night only and will feature an evening of music, comedy and sketches guaranteed to give everyone a full night of entertainment and laughs.
Tickets will be available through the Theatre Box Office and websites.