The pinnacle of Elvis' acting career will be back on the silver screen where it belongs for Colwyn Bay film lovers next month.

While the King will always be associated with changing the face of rock and roll forever, Theatr Colwyn will bring this exuberant musical melodrama and Presley's finest on screen moments back to live in its latest Dementia Friendly Film Screening.

The action follows young convict Vince Everett - played by the King himself - who is sent to the clink for manslaughter after being drawn into a bar fight while trying to defend a woman.

In prison, Everett finds salvation when his cellmate, a country singer named Hunk Houghton - Mickey Shaughnessy - hears him sing and pegs him as a future star.

Once released, Everett gets a job in a night club and meets Peggy Van Alden - Judy Tyler - a young woman who works for a record company and who, like Houghton, also sees talent in Everett.

Truly the chance to catch the bombast of the title song on a cinema screen once again is unmissable, as well as other classic rock and roll numbers Treat Me Nice and You’re So Square (Baby, I Don’t Care).

Elvis will shake, rattle and roll back into the jail house at Theatr Colwyn on Thursday, October 11 at 2pm.

Tickets are £4.50, with free entry for carers and refreshments available at the interval.

This is a screening for people with dementia, memory loss and their family, friends and carers but is open to the general public. A friend, family member or carer must also attend.Any wheelchair users are invited to contact the venue ahead of time to reserve a space.

To book, visit or call the box office on 01492 577888.