events

SHOW YOUR SUPPORT!

Get to the Mac for a midweek fun quiz, and help raise some money while raising a glass and taxing your brain?
Individuals are welcome, but why not get together a team?
As well as a quiz extravaganza, there will be excellent ale courtesy of the lovely Ed at Kingstone Brewery.
All proceeds & bar profits will add to the Brockweir Inn CBS coffers!

Sat 27th April

We’re thrilled to announce a very special evening of song and laughter coming to The Mac in April.

If you’re a fan of the Rat Pack you’re going to love an evening with Jeff Hooper (New Faces, Syd Lawrence Orchestra). Jeff breathes new life into the music of Frank Sinatra, Tony Bennett, Nat “King” Cole, Dean Martin, Sammy Davis Jnr and more with his relaxed, emotive style. He’s worked with talents from Matt Monroe to Charlottes Church and Kathryn Jenkins, and he has many an hilarious tale to tell of his travels around the world crooning alongside the best of them.

Jeff will be joined by his fabulous daughter Alicia Hooper (The Voice) whose stunning voice will bring you the best of pop, soul, jazz and rhythm and blues. You may have caught her recent appearance on The Voice, and now you can hear her right on your doorstep. She recently shared the stage with her dad at St David’s Hall, Cardiff, backed by the Capital City Jazz Orchestra, and if that fabulous night is anything to go by, we’re sure you just won’t be able to stay in your seat!

So grab some friends, take a table and enjoy.

Tickets are just £10

3 ONE ACT COMEDY PLAYS - sat 11th may 7.30pm

Off Centre Theatre makes a welcome return to Brockweir

Monmouth’s award-winning group, Off Centre Theatre, is coming to Brockweir with 3 one-act, hilarious comedies by renowned playwright, David Tristram (Going Green, Last Tango in Little Grimley, Opposite Sex).

“Women Only” sees divorcee Laura taking her recently widowed mother for an alcohol-fuelled holiday. Her life gets turned upside down when the surprising revelations start to spill out.

 “Carrots” pitches a belligerent and opinionated union rep up against his desperate and unyielding boss. Can the lefty be tempted to take a turn to the right? Will the boss see the errors of his ways?

In “Peas”, you will witness the most unlikely and ridiculous first date, with the two suitors being less than suited…or are they, especially when all is revealed?

Doors open 6.45pm. Curtain down at 7.30pm.
Fully licensed bar