Borough Theatre’s Autumn Season on sale now


The Borough Theatre Autumn Season is now on sale – brochures are
available from the Box Office or check online at for details of the brand new

Highlights of the Autumn Season include TV comedy star Andy Parsons,
Andy Fairweather Low returns to the theatre this time with his Big Band and
the theatre is particularly pleased to welcome one of the finest guitarists
around – Martin Simpson to Abergavenny.

This season the Borough Theatre has a great music programme commencing
with the eagerly anticipated return of the lively and super talented Le Vent du
Nord. Lovers of folk roots will also enjoy Canadian group The East Pointers.
Classical recitals include the return of the former Royal Harpist Catrin Finch
and the internationally acclaimed violinist Emily Sun accompanied by the
multi-award winning pianist Luks Okros. Early booking is recommended for
the ever-popular Steeleye Span, Think Floyd and Talon: The Best of the
Eagles – all three shows are anticipated to sell-out. Other tribute bands
include Buddy Holly & The Cricketers and an epic night of classic rock with
Explosive Light Orchestra.

There’s a wealth of theatre pieces including Black Rat’s version of the West
End and Broadway smash-hit comedy One Man, Two Guvnors, the creators
of Female Gothic, Austen’s Women and Dalloway, Dyad Productions
present Jane Eyre – An Autobiography; Not About Heroes is a compelling
story about the celebrated WWI poets Wilfred Owen and Siegfried Sassoon
starring Daniel Llewelyn Williams (A Regular Little Houdini) and master
storyteller Daniel Morden will transport you to the Land of No Return when
he brings The Devil’s Violin’s latest production Stolen to his hometown.

Dance lovers will be delighted with four short, sharp pieces from The National
Dance Company of Wales.

As always, there’s a wealth of talent from local performers: Concept Players
present Shout! The Mod Musical; Breakthrough Productions return with A
Christmas Crisis – a brand new comedy by Abergavenny Chronicle Editor Liz
Davies; Abergavenny Light Opera Company present the favourite family
musical Annie; the award-winning AAODS Juniors present the half-term
treat Hairspray JR plus a Variety Showcase. National demonstrator Keith
Smithies creates amazing floral designs on stage for the Abergavenny
Flower Arrangement Society; Keith Davies and his own ‘Memphis Mafia’
return with his popular tribute to Elvis. Come and support the local talent in
The Xmas Factor Final and you can go Christmas Crackers with
Abergavenny’s own award-winning brass band. As usual, we end the year
with Welcome To Christmas – a traditional Christmas concert to put you in
the festive mood!

Tickets are now on sale from the theatre’s Box Office on 01873 850805 or can
be booked online at


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