Theatre in Wales

Amateur theatre and drama groups in Wales


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Rhyl Liberty Players

14 Lynton Walk
LL18 3RL
phone 01745 342803
contact person John P. Williams
web site
artistic policy The group was founded in 1942 when the country was fighting for its liberty , hence the name.

In the early days they performed their plays in any space available , mostly around the army camps in the area , also entered and won countless Drama festivals.

After the war when Rhyl was once more able to cater for holidaymakers the Society presented plays almost on a weekly basis in the Town hall for the benefit of visitors and residents alike.Later the Rhyl Pavilion and Coliseum Theatre were also used for their productions .

Currently two plays a year are being presented at the Rhyl Little Theatre , also entering Drama Festivals organised by the Clwyd Community Theatre
Association where recently they have achieved much success.

Current membership stands at about 40 , Back Stage help urgently needed.

Latest productions include an absolutely stunning performance of Joan Littlewoods "Oh What a Lovely War" and a memorable "Communicating Doors" by Alan Ayckbourne




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