For over 30 years I have been going to see Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat on stage in various guises and the show never seems to age. With this in mind I was looking to seeing what the newly revamped Bill Kenwright version had to offer this time round as I visited the lovely Rhyl Pavillion for the first time.

Middle Ground Theatre Company are currently bringing Barry Reed’s novel and The Oscar nominated, critically acclaimed Film, The Verdict, to the stage. Directed and designed by Michael Lunney, adapted by Margaret May Hobbs and starring Ian Kelsey. Starting out in October 1988, the company are now one of the most prolific and acclaimed theatre companies in the UK, with over 40 productions brought to life on the stage.

“Can two men raised to fight ever learn to love?” That was the question we were about to find the answer to at Theatr Clwyd as Emmerson and Ward present Gypsy Queen.

Pilot Theatre brings Noughts and Crosses to the Anthony Hopkins theatre at Theatr Clwyd as part of their UK tour. Noughts and Crosses is set in a world where equality is lacking, and the law is not doing much to protect from discrimination. The Crosses are the superior race who have lots of money and better jobs and schools, whereas the Noughts are at the poorer end of society with manual, lower paid jobs and poor schools.

Based on the 1939 Alfred Hitchcock film, The Lady Vanishes visits Theatr Clwyd as part of its UK Tour.

Adapted by Anthony Lampard and Directed by Roy Marsden, we are taken on a thriller from pre-war Nazi Germany on a train journey, when a young Iris (Lorna Fitzgerald) receives a bang on the head and is looked after by Miss Froy (Juliet Mills) until Iris takes a nap only to awaken to find Miss Froy has disappeared and everyone on the train denies Miss Froy ever existed.

A collaboration between Theatr Clwyd and the National Theatre, the premiere of Laura Wade’s Home, I’m Darling opened at the Emlyn Williams Theatre at Theatr Clwyd. Delivered by an all star cast who pull together wonderfully to bring this story together.

“One bad decision could change your whole life.”

Writer Simon Longman has written a deep, funny yet thought provoking play about teenage life, friendship and decisions, whether they be right or wrong.

Theatr Clwyd and Paines Plough Productions bring this brilliantly funny, physical play to the Roundabout Theatre at Theatr Clwyd.

The Roundabout Theatre is self-contained, in-the-round theatre with state of the art LED lighting that will be outside Theatre Clwyd for two months.

Priscilla Queen Of The Desert is possibly one of the most complicated musicals for any company to stage, be they professional or amateur. With over 300 costumes and the small matter of having a moving bus on stage Tip Top Productions tonight under the direction of Peter Swingler OBE at Theatr Clwyd made it look relatively easy.

This evening I was transported into a world of social media and technology over load in the Emlyn Williams theatre at Theatr Clwyd.

“Have you seen this?” A line that is sung throughout the musical and something I was asking myself as I witnessed this incredible piece of theatre. The first thing that struck me were the two huge LED screen that hung ceiling to floor. These were no ordinary screens, these were 4664 pixels worth of screen with 2340 lighting units.

I’ll be honest, when I first heard there was going to be a Legally Blonde Musical I thought to myself- is that really necessary?! Never the less, I love the movie, so I went to see this with hopeful anticipation and I’m happy to report that yes, yes it is necessary!