Eyes Down at Rhyl Little Theatre

Written by on 27/08/2023

Rhyl Little Theatre fundraising for a new stage

Can you believe the stage at Rhyl Little Theatre has been the same stage sine 1944. Long before the theatre was built in 1963. During the dark days of the Second World War, The Manchester Repertory Theatre Company were evacuated from Manchester to the Pavilion Theatre on Rhyl’s Promenade.

Within the Theatre Company, there was a young Actor by the name of Joseph Holroyd,   who asked the Rep Company Director a Mr W. Armitage Owen, if he would be able to run Theatre classes for the young people of Rhyl. The first classes took place in the upstairs lounge bar of the Theatre, on a Saturday morning in 1944. Within twelve months the membership of the Children’s Theatre Club (As it became known) had exceeded 200 children. Just like today with the latest pupil count of 186.

Lots of fundraising has been happening, see below for the next upcoming event….

For more information contact Rhyl Little Theatre Directly. 

We’re Fundraising for a New Stage!!

Our Junior Volunteers have been hard at work brainstorming ideas! Here is the first of many….

We’re hosting a BINGO night!! Join us on the 9th of September for a fun filled night of Bingo for just £5 all in aid of our new stage!!

Open to all the public!

📆9 September⏰5-7
🎟Tickets on the door in Cash or Card!

Our poster has been designed through a range of ideas created by our Juniors! 

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