What’s On


Friday, 5th June 2020 - 7:00pm

Tickets : Adults £10.50, Friends £10, students and ES40s £7.00

Please note start time

Formed in 2000, the Minehead Male Voice Choir has raised many thousands of pounds for local, national and international charities. The choir has enjoyed past exchange visits singing joint

concerts locally, in South Wales, further afield in the Midlands and were featured last year on Radio Somerset as part of the BBC World Music Day. It also took part in the Cornwall International Male Choir Festival last May and works to further the camaraderie of male singing!

Now the choir takes to the stage at the Regal, led by its Musical Director Jackie Butterworth and with accompanist Monika Balogh, to present a programme which showcases its wide and varied repertoire.

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Sunday, 7th June 2020 - 3:00pm

Tickets: Adults £10 / Students, £7.00 (Note Start Time)

The Fitzwarren Musicians present a Woodwind Chamber Concert in the Regal Theatre Bar as part of Sunday music afternoons.

Jeannette Owen – Flute, Clarinet and Saxophone

Amanda Ayling – Flute

Rebekah Brinkley – Clarinet and Saxophone

Alice Thomas – Clarinet, Bass Clarinet and Saxophone

The Fitzwarren Musicians play in various combinations of same or mixed instrument duos and trios, and quartet music with such ease that they demonstrate what fun ensemble playing can be with notes, phrases and tunes being passed or tossed from one instrument to another. We will hear cleverly arranged music, from Classical to Contemporary, and can look forward to a thoroughly delightful afternoon.

Proceeds to The Regal Theatre for restoration and repairs. The bar will be open beforehand, during the interval and briefly after the concert.

Please note start time, doors open at 2.30pm, the concert will end at 5pm

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Sunday, 14th June 2020 - 3:00pm

Tickets all at £12.50

Pete resumes his monthly happy jazz presentations featuring his quartet of James Clemus (piano), Dave Hanratty (bass), Richie Bryant (drums) with Pete, an honorary citizen of New Orleans USA, on clarinet, saxes and vocals. On this occasion there is also a special guest appearance by Roger Marks on trombone. You are assured of a varied repertoire every time as the team pay tribute
to many of the jazz legends including musical tributes to Louis Armstrong, Sidney Bechet, Fats Waller and many more, performed in a fast moving professional slick show for all ages to enjoy! So book yourself a seat for a swinging jazz treat!

In the Regal Bar.

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Thursday, 18th June 2020 - Saturday, 20th June 2020 - 7:30pm

TICKETS: Adults £8.00, Friends of the Regal £7.50, Students/ES40s £4.00

The Minehead Dramatic Society, now joined permanently by the Hole in the Wall Singers, return to the Regal with a comedy by Derek Webb (NOT the Minehead one).

Agatha Crusty is a crime novelist who is also pretty adept at solving crimes. Invited by her sister-in–law to spend a few days with her in the quiet village of Chortelby, it’s not long before she gets herself caught up in a series of murders which seem to be directed at members of the All Saints Village Hall Committee.  With plenty of suspects to choose from there are plenty of laughs as the murders begin to pile up and the incompetent D.I. Twigg struggles to unpick the mystery.

Full of wit and fun, this ingenious plot will not fail to keep people entertained as they try to work out for themselves ‘who dunnit’.

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Thursday, 18th June 2020 - 7:30pm

Performance at the Minehead Methodist Church  – (7 The Avenue) Unreserved seating for the Methodist Church ie. no numbers. Choose when you arrive. Bring a cushion!

Tickets Adults £15.00 / Students £5.00 / Children free if accompanied by an adult.

Rondeau – Abdelazer Suite,
Z 570
Air from Suite No 3 in D major
BWV 1068
Sarabande – Harpsichord Suite
in D minor, HWV 437
Water Music Suite No 2 HWV 349
Adagio – Concerto Grosso No 8 in G minor, Op 6
Pavane and Gigue No 2
in A minor
Allegro – Brandenburg Concerto
No 3 in G major, BWV 1048
String Quartet No 3, ‘Mishima’
Rhapsody in Blue,
arr. Nigel Wood
Adagio for Strings
Celtic Suite
Many pieces are arranged by Iain Farrington

We welcome back the amazing FERIO SAXOPHONE QUARTET.

‘Playing is of the highest level throughout, as is the stunning recorded sound’ (Classical Music Magazine)

‘But in this case … the artistry of the performances is beyond question.’ (Gramophone Magazine)

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Sunday, 21st June 2020 - 2:00pm

TICKETS: Adult £15.50, Friends of the Regal, Film Society Members & Es40’s £13.00, Full time students £10.00

Encore screening from the Royal Opera House

Cinema encore from the Royal Opera Chorus

Orchestra of the Royal Opera House

Music Richard Strauss                               Elektra Nina Stemme

Libretto Hugo von Hofmannsthal            Chrysothemis Sara Jakubiak

Conductor Antonio Pappano                   Klytämnestra Karita Mattila

Director Christof Loy                                  Orest Christof Fischesser

Designer Johannes Leiacker                    Ägisth Joseph Kaiser

Lighting designer Olaf Winter

Strauss’s thrilling and audacious adaptation of Greek tragedy receives a new staging by the award-winning director Christof Loy. This uncompromising opera, about a daughter intent on bloody revenge and a mother driven to madness, has provoked critics to lively debate and both shocked and excited audiences since its 1909 premiere. Antonio Pappano conducts music that combines violence with moments of exquisite tenderness in his first Strauss interpretation for The Royal Opera since 2002. The outstanding cast includes Nina Stemme (Bru?nnhilde in last Season’s Der Ring des Nibelungen) in the title role, and Karita Mattila in her role debut as the haunted queen Klytämnestra.

Sung in German with English subtitles.  Approximate running time: about 2 hours.

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Film Society End-of-season gala

Tuesday, 23rd June 2020 - 7:30pm

Title to be announced. For up-to-date information about all film screenings at the Regal visit the website www.regalfilmsociety.org or sign up for the Film News mailing list by contacting Victoria Thomas on 01643 831343 or email [email protected]

TICKETS: Members £3.00, Guests £5.00

HULLABALOO......tribute to MUSE

Friday, 10th July 2020 - 7:30am

Tickets £16 Adults, £15.50, Friends, £10 students and ES40s

Hailing from the deepest depths of West Wales, Hullabaloo is formed of three musicians whose sole mission is to accurately recreate the incredible music and live performances of the legendary band MUSE.
Traveling up and down the UK and beyond headlining prestigious venues such as Bristol’s The Fleece and Oakwood Theme Park’s After Dark Festival, Hullabaloo have truly made a name for themselves on the Tribute scene. Their repertoire covers an impressive breadth of hits specially selected from MUSE’s number 1 selling albums; from ‘Showbiz’ through to ‘Simulation Theory’, even including some of the more obscure B-sides and spur of the moment live jams that only the most loyal fans will recognise. Not only have Hullabaloo captured the incredibly demanding
signature sound of MUSE, but they also look the part performing in their stylised costumes beneath an onslaught of mesmerising visuals. Their passionate performances are bound to leave you wondering: Is this really a tribute or could it actually be the real deal? There’s only one way to find out …come join the resistance and experience it for yourself.

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Friday, 17th July 2020 - 7:30pm

Tickets: Adults £18.00 / Friends £17.50 / Students and ES40s £12.00

‘The Fleetwood Mac Songbook’ is made up of six experienced musicians who are dedicated to celebrating one of the all time great Rock, Pop & Blues bands in the World – FLEETWOOD
The band deliver faithful live recreations of all of the Mac’s best known and well loved songs. They span the 50+ years right from the Peter Green Blues era through their multi million
selling West Coast Rock ‘Rumours’ incarnation (after the addition of Lindsey Buckingham and Stevie Nicks to the line-up), onto the hitpacked, glossy 80s production, ‘Tango In The
Night’ plus the triumphant resurgence brought about by 1997’s live comback, ‘The Dance’.
Expect to hear classic tracks including – ‘Go Your Own Way’, ‘Little Lies’, ‘Dreams’, ‘Seven Wonders’, ‘Everywhere’, ‘The Chain (the Formula One theme song !)’, ‘Rhiannon’, ‘Oh Well’ plus so many other of their timeless songs that have been loved for decades. The music is enhanced by the use of authentic instruments as used by Fleetwood Mac themselves, a stellar lightshow with projections
and replica costumes so it isn’t only good to listen to but great to look at too. Join us on Facebook and sign up to our mailing list to make sure that you don’t miss any news about upcoming shows and get ready for a night to remember with ‘The Fleetwood Mac Songbook’.Never Break The Chain ! – Stevie Nicks, The Chain, 1977

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Wednesday, 5th August 2020 - 7:30pm

Tickets: Adults £16 / Friends £15.50 / Students and ES40s £8.00

With stalwarts Alan Lovell (lead vocals/lead guitar) and Pete Oakman (bass/vocals) the Swinging Blue Jeans have become synonymous with having a good time and the band work up a party atmosphere that will have everybody dancing and tapping their feet. The Swinging Blue Jeans stormed the charts worldwide with Hippy Hippy Shake which went all the way to number one in a number of countries.Other major hits for the band included Good Golly Miss Molly, You’re No Good, It’s Too Late Now and Don’t Make Me Over.

Today, the Swinging Blue Jeans delight audiences with these hits and also serve up a taste of Joe Brown and The Bruvvers as Pete Oakman was the leader of The Bruvvers and wrote Joe’s number one smash hit A Picture Of You.The other two hugely talented Swinging Blue Jeans band members are Jeff Bannister (keyboards/vocals) and Graham Hollingworth (drummer). Jeff was a former member of The John Barry Seven and Graham was a drummer for the great Chuck Berry on European tours for 15 years. Alan Lovell, Swinging Blue Jeans’ lead guitarist and vocalist, said: “We really enjoy performing at The Regal Theatre, Minehead. We will be performing a lot of rock and roll and hits from the sixties. Our shows have been going down very well all over the country and abroad. Things are going wonderfully. I have been into music for as long as I can remember. My father bought me a banjo so I started from there. I lived and breathed music. I left school when I was 15 and have been in bands ever since. “The 1960s was such an exciting time. The music was just great and was wonderfully written and the songs were recorded wonderfully. “We promise them (the audience at The Regal Theatre) a good night. We perform a lot of numbers so hopefully we will have them buzzing in their seats and dancing in the aisles,” he added.

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