Andy Howells travels back to June 22 1963.when The Beatles played their only gig at Abergavenny Town Hall with support from The Fabulous Fortunes.
In response to the Prime Minister’s statement on Monday evening, advising the UK public to avoid unnecessary social contact due to the coronavirus pandemic, including in theatres, Abergavenny Borough Theatre have suspended their presentations with immediate effect until at least April 30th.
The Concept Players take to the stages of Abergavenny and Penarth this March with their presentation of the comedy musical Betty Blue Eyes.
The music show, Soul Train will steam into the Borough Theatre Abergavenny at 7.30pm on Friday February 7th and on board will be a fine feast of soulful gems. Harking back to the wonderful days when the dance floor as king, the show features a fun presentation of 60s and 70s soul classics. From theContinue reading “Soul Train Steams Into Abergavenny With Pop Classics!”
Mark thinks Every Little Thing’s Gonna Be Alright, which also happens to be his tour om the spring of early 2020.
The New Oxford Consort are performing a Christmas Concert at the Borough Theatre on the afternoon of Sunday 1 December at 3 pm.
The celebrated, writer, broadcaster and BBC 6 Music ‘Poet in Residence’ broadcaster Murray Lachlan Young is bringing his hilarious family show The Mystery of the Raddlesham Mumps to Abergavenny’s Borough Theatre on Saturday 9 November.
Britain’s most popular Buddy Holly act, Buddy Holly and The Cricketers return to Abergavenny’s Borough Theatre on Friday 8 November with a feast of entertainment including all the hits including That’ll Be The Day, Peggy Sue, Heartbeat, It Doesn’t Matter Anymore, Raining In My Heart, and Oh Boy!
Comedian Andrew Lawrence visits the Borough Theatre Abergavenny on Friday 11 October at 7:30pm.
Rachel Howells checks out the 21st Abergavenny Food Festival.