Rhyl Liberty Players14 Lynton Walk
|contact person||John P. Williams|
|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