The Savoy Theatre

Savoy Theatre Cinema News

The Savoy Theatre and Cinema stands on the oldest theatre site in Wales and is itself a very old and very beautiful example of 1920's cinevariete where cinema meets live performance. In practice after the talkies came to Monmouth in 1930, there was nothing live, but the current Trust which took over in 2010 took the bold step of re-introducing theatre, comedy and live music alongside regular first run mainstream films. Monmouth is now well and truly on the map as far as high class first rate entertainment is concerned. You can enjoy Batman one week and Michael McIntyre the next. This is the perfect place to watch a movie and re-live the glory days of old style cinema going. Prices are kept low deliberately to make the experience affordable to all. Don't miss this gem in the centre of Monmouth.

The interior was refurbished in 2005 and it now looks like what it originally was, a Victorian Music Hall complete with boxes. The acoustics are perfect and make listening to music a particular joy. The Trust are able to attract the best national and international acts as well as make the Savoy accessible to local schools, community groups and other interested parties. It has become a community venue with a national perspective.

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Useful Information

The Savoy Theatre
Church Street Monmouth Monmouthshire NP25 3BU Wales
phone: 01600 772467 fax:

News & Special Offers

Cinema from August 31st until Thurday September 6th:
TED(15): every night at 7.30
DIARY OF A WIMPY KID 3.00pm and 5.00pm

From September 7th:
THE BOURNE LEGACY (12a) every night except Saturday at 7.30. Matinees Saturday at 2pm and Sunday at 4pm.

The best of Morecambe and Wise lovingly recreated.
A fabulous live tribute to the greatest double act ever
7.30pm £12.50

Entrance Charge

Opening Times

Varies depending on film times. All evening films start at 7.30pm

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