AN AWE inspiring display of ultimate mastery of the human body is set to grace the Pavilion stage for the first time in nine years.

Following their globally acclaimed Wheel of Life and Kung Fu Masters tours, the phenomenal Shaolin Monks are returning to the Britain's shores with an outstanding new show, simply titled Shaolin, in Rhyl this month.

Direct from the fabled Shaolin temple in the foothills of the Song Shang mountain range in China’s Henan province, the enigmatic warrior monks of Shaolin will pull back the shroud on their mysterious art to demonstrate the pinnacle of martial arts expertise.

The show will take audiences on an intrepid journey from one of the birthplaces of kung fu through the mystical history of this ancient martial art and demonstrate the beautiful movements of Chi with spectacular weapons and combat demonstrations.

Twenty Shaolin monks will take to the stage to demonstrate their prowess in an unbelievable performance of gravity defying, nigh on superhuman feats.

Depicting the history, philosophy and story of the Shaolin Monks in an authentic and spectacular performance, Shaolin will vividly illustrate the rarely-seen kung fu masters’ feats of agility strength and skill, using Buddhist Meditation and rigorous martial arts training.

An extravaganza of Chinese theatre, the show presents impressive backdrops, dramatic music, and stunning production to transport audiences to vibrant, rich world of one of China's most iconic landmarks.

These are the very best Shaolin kung fu experts on the planet and they have come together to create a show that will eclipse any previous performances audiences have ever seen.

An ultimate display of theatre and physical prowess, and inch perfect choreography , Shaolin will use dramatic lighting and sound to evoke the spirit of one of humanity's greatest artforms in one breath-taking performance.

This is a thrilling show that has to be seen to be believed!

The Shaolin Monks show will appear at the Rhyl Pavilion Theatre on Friday 21st September 7.30pm.

Tickets are £26, with half price admission for children, to book visit or call the box office on 01745 330000.