Monmouth is abuzz with excitement as the Savoy Theatre announces a special performance by none other than Paul Zerdin, the illustrious winner of ‘America’s Got Talent’, on September 29th.
Known as one of the UK’s premier ventriloquists, Paul promises an evening filled with laughter, introducing audiences to his delightful “family” of puppet characters.
Paul’s journey to stardom has been nothing short of meteoric. After clinching the top spot in the globally renowned ‘America’s Got Talent’, his name has become synonymous with top-tier entertainment. His unique blend of traditional ventriloquism, sharp wit, and contemporary comedy has endeared him to audiences both young and old.
But Paul’s accolades don’t stop there. He made his television debut as a magician on the BBC’s ‘Tricky Business’ and was the first outright winner of LWT’s ‘The Big Big Talent Show’ in 1996, hosted by Jonathan Ross. This victory introduced him to Nigel Lythgoe, who mentored him, leading to appearances on iconic shows like ‘Tonight at the London Palladium’ and ‘The Generation Game’. In 1997, Lythgoe secured Paul a coveted spot on ‘The Prince’s Trust Gala Show’.
In the 2016-17 Christmas season, Paul played a memorable role in the London Palladium production of the pantomime ‘Cinderella’, earning rave reviews from the Radio Times. In 2015, after winning ‘America’s Got Talent’, he headlined his own show in Las Vegas, ‘Mouthing Off’, which ran for four months in 2016. Paul also participated in the spin-offs ‘America’s Got Talent: The Champions’ and ‘Britain’s Got Talent: The Champions’ in 2019.
The Savoy Theatre, with its rich history, provides the perfect backdrop for such a stellar performance. As tickets are expected to sell out rapidly, early booking is advised. Don’t miss this unforgettable evening of world-class entertainment right on your doorstep.
For fans eager to catch this ventriloquist sensation live, tickets for the Savoy show are priced at £20. With his upcoming headlining performance at the London Palladium panto alongside Jennifer Saunders and Julian Clary already nearing a sell-out, the Savoy performance is a golden opportunity not to be missed.