COMEDY, drama, chart-topping music and much more will be coming to Rhyl's Pavilion Theatre this year.
Whether you are a fan of the musicals or a dance fanatic, an eclectic season of old favourites and upcoming talents is sure to entertain.
Following the sold-out JLS show at the end of January, sixties rock and rollers The Manfreds will be visiting North Wales on February 4.
The hard touring Joe Longthorne will also be performing live on April 1 before soul sensation Beverley Knight brings her sensational back catalogue of hits on April 7.
As part of their national Coming Home tour, The Soldiers will be appearing on April 13 and music lovers will get a blast from the past when Go West take to the stage on April 21 as well as Chip and Chesney Hawkes in the Father & Son tour on May 12.
Some of the biggest names in comedy will also be stopping at Rhyl this season.
Back with a brand new show titled What I Meant To Say Was... is Sean Hughes on February 8.
The youngest winner of the Perrier award for his Edinburgh Fringe debut in 1990, Sean has been a constant presence on the comedy scene and cited as inspiration for many of his contemporaries.
And bringing his particular brand of comedy on February 23 is Richard Herring in his new show Hitler's Moustache.
Formerly one half of 90s duo Lee and Herring, the established comic promises to have the audience rolling in the aisles.
Musical lovers are catered for between March 8-13 when Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat enjoys a run at the theatre.
Starring the BBC's Any Dream Will Do contestant Craig Chalmers, the colourful classic from Andrew Lloyd Webber brings the magic of the West End to the North Wales coast.
If you have been glued to the television watching BBC show Strictly Come Dancing, then be sure not to miss the exciting live show featuring the dancing stars from the series on March 24.
Brian Fortuna and Kristina Rihanoff will be live on stage demonstrating their spectacular skills offering audiences the chance to see their incredible moves in the flesh.
Or if urban dance is more up your street, don’t miss Britain’s Got Talent winners Diversity in their mind-blowing live show on March 25.
Younger audience members can enjoy their favourite delivery man Postman Pat in his show on March 27 and mystery lovers can be absorbed by Agatha Christie's gripping Witness For The Prosecution between April 5-10
With all this and much more, 2010 is set to be another bumper year for theatre in North Wales.