cwmploddy – comedy drama

Tickets £12.00

Friends £11.50

Students and ES40’s £10.00Cwmploddy

CWMPLODDY Is Original Comedy Drama about the Residents of Cwmploddy Village. We  guarantee you side-splitting laughter from from start to finish  It’s a mix of Mrs Browns Boys, Gavin and Stacey,, meets Hyacinth Bucket all rolled into one. Miss it and you’ll miss one of the best nights out you will ever have!!! in theatre history.

Cwmploddy is a small village in the heart of the South Wales Valleys with a small population. Doris Jones lives with her daughter Bonnie Jones who wants to be known as Bonifa  Lauguifa Shaniqua Jones as she wants to be a famous. She drives her mother up the wall wanting the latest trends and magazines. One day her dream comes true and she has to leave Cwmploddy village to peruse her dream. When it comes to leaving Cwmploddy can she go through with it as she will be leaving her Mother and Best Friend behind.

Beryl is Doris’s neighbour who prides herself knowing everyone’s  business within the village, Acting upper class and has no time for what she calls the ‘lower class’ apart from Doris as she likes to interfere with Doris and Bonifa’s life’s Whenever anyone calls at Doris’s house, Beryl is in her window spying to see who it is. When the post arrives, Beryl calls round to Doris’s just to see who she has received mail from. Beryl Lives with her son Les who is an Elvis impersonator at Cwmploddy Social Club.  


paul carroll’s ‘music hall tavern’ show

Ticket prices £20.00MHT-Theatre-Tour-2014-5 (1)

Friends of the Regal £19.50

Students and ES40’s £10.00


Entertaining audiences all year round across the Canary Islands this fabulous comedy drag show has left unforgettable memories with the thousands of holiday makers who have visited its venues. This hilarious evening of full of dazzling costumes, side splitting comedy and a cast of unique characters is not to be missed. This two hour singing and dancing spectacular wrapped up as only MHT can is not to be missed. Book now to secure your seats for the funniest show in town!!

rock and blues night

Tickets £15 from the Regal Theatre Box Office £14.50 Friends of the Regal, £8.00 Students/ES40s

All profits to go to local children’s charities: The WEST SOMERSET NURSERY and CLOWNS

Johnny Mars on harmonica and hiCutting Edge;Johnny Mars poster smalls band play blues, while Cutting Edge, who have supported bands as diverse as the Drifters, Showaddywaddy and the Ludwig Beatles, play rock, as they come together for a one off show.

5 Star Swing Big Band

The unique “feel-good” Big Band show – swing14.09.04 THE BIG BANDalong with songs from Glenn Miller, Sinatra, Basie, Ella Fitzgerald, Jazz & Blues. Featuring Simone from the Ivy Benson Orchestra, Michael Innes – trombonist to Tony Bennett and Shirley Bassey plus Chris Smith (Jnr) composer and arranger for the BBC Radio Big Band, Herb Miller Big Band (Glenn’s brother).

the prince of denmark street

Adults £8, Friends £ 7.50 Students /ES40s £4.5014.08.28 Prince of denmark St

Waterfront Theatre Company
A Musical by Fred Owen
“We’ll Tell You a Tale by Willie the Shake Bout a Man Called Ham with Decisions to Make”
Welcome to Soho and the neon tinged world of Hammy De-Jay and his nasty Uncle Claudius; President of Elsinore Entertainment Co., the biggest name in the music industry since Simon Cowell. Hammy De-Jay is not a happy disco-bunny; he suspects Claudius of being involved in his father’s recent demise and he’s not too sure about Mummy either, especially as she’s just married Uncle Claudius and is so Botoxed, she looks younger
than her son.
Full of catchy songs and dance numbers THE PRINCE OF DENMARK offers an evening of colourful escapism in a reworking of Shakespeare’s immortal tale with The Waterfront Theatre doing what it does best.

les miserables (schools edition)

Adults £9.00, Friends £8.50, Students/ES40s £5.00.  Family of 4 £25.00 

Thurs 14th only – all tickets £5.0014.08.14 Les Mis Cosette front cover

No performance on the 17th

Epic, grand and uplifting. Les Misérables packs an emotional punch that has thrilled audiences all over the world. Now the world’s best selling musical arrives at The Regal Theatre. Performed by an incredibly talented cast of under 20 year olds from across Somerset and supported by a live orchestra, Les Misérables School Edition is an entirely sung musical overflowing with melodies that are already standards, including ‘I Dreamed A Dream’, ‘Bring Him Home’ and ‘Do You Hear The People Sing’.
In 19th century France, Jean Valjean is imprisoned for stealing a loaf of bread. Paroled after 19 years he becomes an honest and successful man adopting a daughter but violating his parole in the process. He is relentlessly pursued by Inspector Javert as a consequence, but finally feels fully redeemed when he saves the life of the young student during the Paris uprising.
Originally adapted from Victor Hugo’s timeless novel, Les Misérables (School Edition) has touched the hearts of millions. Within it lies the universal truth “To love another person is to see the face of God” and this message is sure to have a lasting impact.
Direction by Sarah Jane Cross. Choreography by Lorraine Ahern.
Musical Direction by Joseph Buckler.
School Edition specially adapted and licensed by JOSEF WEINBERGER LIMITED on behalf of Music Theatre International and CAMERON MACKINTOSH (OVERSEAS) LIMITED.

end of minehead & exmoor festival concert

TICKETS: Adults £15.00, Students £3.5014.07.27 The orchestra
All tickets available to the public from 30th June

The Festival Orchestra conducted by Richard Dickins
Mendelssohn: Overture Ruy Blas
Walton: Viola Concerto
Soloist: Krzysztof Chorzelski – viola
Rimsky-Korsakov: Scheherazade
The Minehead & Exmoor Music Festival is 51 years old this year. Each year it has provided a full symphony orchestra with internationally renowned soloists producing four concerts in a week in West Somerset.
All concerts feature the Festival Orchestra conducted by Richard Dickins, who, as Director of Music at Imperial College, London and principal conductor at the Royal College of Music Junior Department, is able to ensure the appearance of well established soloists as well as up and coming stars. The Festival has been described as “Music performed at a level of excellence always amazing to those who hear it, especially for the first time.” “…a most exciting and stimulating experience.”
All Festival concert tickets are available from 30th June and can be purchased at the Regal Theatre – up to £13.00 for Dunster, 28th July and Dulverton 29th July.
For information about other Festival Concerts and members’ priority ticket purchase, pick up a Festival Leaflet or go to

minehead & exmoor thursday concert

TICKETS: Adults £15.00, Students £3.50
All tickets available to the public from 30th June

Vaughan Williams: Fantasia on Greensleeves
Elgar: Cello Concerto
Soloist: Laura van der Heijden – cello, – BBC Young Musician of the Year 2012
Butterworth: Rhapsody – A Shropshire Lad
Britten: Sinfonia da Requiem