REVIEW: The Picture of Dorian Gray (Online)

This striking and edgy version of Oscar Wilde’s story acts as a powerful warning about depending too much on social media. Chilling and atmospheric, Henry Filloux-Bennett’s adaptation of Oscar Wilde’s story gives it a whole new meaning in this contemporary version that focuses on the obsession of being perfect through social media. Facebook, Instagram, Twitter,… Read More

NEWS: Theatr Clwyd’s Liam Evans-Ford Appointed Chair of Creu Cymru

Theatr Clwyd’s Executive Director Liam Evans-Ford has been announced as the new Chair of Welsh theatre and arts centre development agency Creu Cymru. Having joined Theatr Clwyd as Executive Director in 2016, Liam Evans-Ford has helped to enable Theatr Clwyd to increase its annual turnover from £5 million to £7 million, secure over £9 million towards… Read More

NEWS: Theatr Clwyd Moves into Charitable Trust

The theatre and Flintshire County Council have announced that the venue will be leaving council control after 44 years. This news arrives as the Flintshire County Council announce organisational changes and will allow Theatr Clwyd to align itself with all other major UK producing theatres and establish itself as a charitable trust with supporting trading… Read More

Interview With…Lisa Jen Brown

The actress chatted to Emma Clarendon about starring in Milky Peaks at the Theatr Clwyd from the 20th March. Hi Lisa, could you explain what Milky Peaks is about? Milky Peaks is about a small town in snowdonia that’s incredibly welsh, they think they have been nominated for an award called Britain’s Best  town for being… Read More

Interview With…Phylip Harries

The actor chatted to Emma Clarendon about returning to pantomime and Theatr Clwyd’s 2019 production of Jack and the Beanstalk. Hi Phylip – how does it feel to be returning to pantomime this year?  This will be panto number twenty five for me this year and number thirteen at Theatr Clwyd. I keep coming back… Read More