THERE will be productions catered for all tastes at a North Wales theatre over the coming weeks.

Opening a busy spell for Theatr Clwyd, in Mold, is Stones in his Pockets, which will be on stage between May 7 and 11.

Here, two talented actors brilliantly bring to life over 15 extraordinary characters in this wonderful Olivier award-winning comedy.

The Stick Maker Tales will be available for viewing from May 8-9.

This is a heart-warming and heart-breaking tribute to hill-farming communities across Wales, performed by Llion Williams.

The Tiger Who Came To Tea will be on stage between May 16 and 17.

Join the tea-guzzling tiger in this delightful live show, based on the book by Judith Kerr

For laughter, there will be a comedy club at the venue on May 7.

Top comedians Silky, Sarah Breese and Dan Thomas will provide two hours of stand-up, offering one funny night.

Turning to the big screen and The White Crow will be shown between May 3 and 8.

In 1961, a dazzling Rudolf Nureyev arrives in Paris and makes a choice that will change his life forever in this film directed by Ralph Fiennes.

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