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Rhyl Pavilion Shows – Autumn

Date: 10th October 2019
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Author: Annie Roberts
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Publisher: Darwin Escapes
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Park: Aberconwy Resort & Spa
Entertainment & Events

Some of the best tribute shows and family-friendly productions await audiences at the Rhyl Pavilion this Autumn…

Whether you’re after the perfect show for the whole family to laugh or sing along to, a night of live music or a trip down memory lane, Rhyl’s Pavilion theatre has an abundance of shows to choose from.

We’ve put together our top picks from the shows available at the Rhyl Pavilion this autumn. Keep reading to find out which shows are worth a watch this season…


Lulu – Still on Fire

When: 12th October 2019

Tickets from £34.50

Get ready to shout about this show from the rooftops as Lulu heads to Rhyl for her new UK tour. The singer will span her fantastic musical career taking audiences on a journey.

Get ready to see Lulu re-light the fire for this jam-packed performance!


You Win Again – Celebrating The Music of The Bee Gees

When: 17th October 2019

Tickets: £26

The Bee Gees brothers are well-known for their catalogue of music throughout the sixties, seventies and eighties and are known for writing for some of the best and well-known artists including Celine Dion and Dolly Parton. Enjoy a journey of the Bee Gee’s greatest hits from this fantastic tribute band


ABBA Mania

When: 25th October 2019

Tickets: £23

What better way to enjoy all of your favourite ABBA hits than at a live tribute show which is named as the number one in the world! Enjoy some of your favourite hits from ABBA’s extensive catalogue including Mamma Mia, Dancing Queen and Winner Takes It All. It’s the perfect night out – so get your dancing shoes on!


The Snow Queen

When: 26th October 2019 at 2pm and 5pm

Tickets: £14.50, family tickets (2 adults & 2 children) £53

The Snow Queen is the story that inspired the much-loved Disney film, Frozen is now coming to Rhyl and will be brought to life through an ensemble of actor-musicians, illusion and puppety.

Suitable for ages 5+


Richard & Adam 2019 Tour – The Greatest Songmen

When: 24th November 2019

Tickets from £23.50

Welsh brother duo Richard and Adam are returning to the Rhyl Pavilion for their 2019 tour. The pair rose to fame after appearing on Britain’s Got Talent and they have recently starred on ITV’s Britain’s Got Talent the Champions. Get ready to hear them singing some big booming songs such as A Million Dreams and The Impossible Dream.


Snow White Pantomime

When: 11th December – 31st December 2019

Ticket prices vary. Visit the Rhyl Pavilion website

Once again the pantomime season will be landing in Rhyl Pavilion this December, this year the production is Snow White. The 2019 cast includes Sue Holderness as the Wicked Queen, Andrew Agnew in the role as Muddles (who is also directing the production) and Charles Burden as the Dame.

For more sneak peek pictures of the panto launch, which DE HQ were kindly invited to in September, just head over to the Snow White Pantomime 2019 blog.


Get your tickets for any of these fantastic productions via the Rhyl Pavilion Box Office on 01745 330000 or visit their website where you can also browse more of their autumnal show line up.

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