Abergavenny Borough Theatre
Borough Theatre, Cross Street, Abergavenny
Melville Theatre, The drama centre, Penypound, Abergavenny NP7 5UD
Box Office - 01873 850805
Where is Abergavenny Borough Theatre?
The Borough Theatre is situated in Cross Street in the centre of Abergavenny, next to the central market and the council `One Stop Shop`. There are plenty of free car parks signposted nearby
Visit the theatre website : www.boroughtheatreabergavenny.co.uk
Abergavenny Borough Theatre Diary
|DATE||TIME||EVENT / VENUE / CONTACT No|
|Mon 7th - Sat 12th||7.00pm
||Annie Get Your Gun
Presented by Abergavenny Amateur Operatic & Dramatic Society
Another memorable week of song, colour, and entertainment as AAODS present the lively 1999 Broadway Revival version of this favourite musical.
Featuring Irvin Berlin’s classic numbers, “There’s No Business Like Show Business”, “Anything You Can Do”, and “Doin’ What Comes Natur’lly” this show is full of great tunes. Book early to avoid disappointment! At The Borough Theatre
||Chris Newman & Máire Ní Chathasaigh
The brilliant, innovative harping of Máire Ní Chathasaigh, Irish Traditional Musician of the Year 2001, and the astonishing virtuosity and versatility of English guitar wizard Chris Newman, make a welcome return with their addictive and stylish cocktail of powerhouse Irish dance-music, gorgeous airs, evocative old songs and striking new compositions - with shots of hot jazz and bluegrass thrown in! At The Borough Theatre
||pluck – The Specialists
Musical Arson! With cannons, angels, fireworks and near stunning specail effects, pluck's hilarious new show is an explosive collision between the worlds of the String Trio and the Marx Brothers!
Formed in 2002 pluck have travelled the world wowing audiences and collecting awards. A great fun evening of music and comedy for all ages. At The Borough Theatre
SOLD OUT - To be added to the waiting list please contact the Box Office 01873 850805
Since their debut in 1969, Steeleye Span have been one of the most influential names in British roots music.
The 2008 tour finds Maddy Prior - the voice of Steeleye for 34 years - back at the helm of a line-up featuring band stalwart and fiddler extraordinaire Peter Knight, Rick Kemp on bass, Ken Nicol (Albion Band) on guitar and vocals and Liam Genockey on the drums.
||The Importance of Being Earnest
A Trivial Play For Serious People
This, the most popular and razor witted of Oscar Wilde’s social comedies, is a brilliant demonstration of the dramatic diamond cutter’s art. Mappa Mundi’s brand new and perfectly honed production allows a modern audience to be dazzled by that brilliance.
Jack and Algy are in love with Gwendolen and Cecily, who both believe themselves to be in love with the non-existent Ernest. Add a handbag, an absent minded nanny and the redoubtable Lady Bracknell into the wonderful lunacy and symmetry of the plot and you have the ultimate satirical farce. Wilde’s sparkling one-liners shine through to skewer the manners and morals of the pretentious and those to the manor born.
Audiences of all ages can look forward to a high quality and unique rendition of this, the most dazzling of comedies, from Mappa Mundi, the highly acclaimed theatre company responsible for Moll Flanders (2007) & Canterbury Tales (2006). At The Borough Theatre