WELSH voices look set to raise the roof in Rhyl to help boost hospice funds.

A bi-lingual concert ‘Gwyl Dewi Sant’ has been arranged to help the St Kentigern Hospice in Asaph.

The concert, hosted by BBC Cymru 2 breakfast Caryl Parry Jones, is being held at the Pavilion Theatre, Rhyl, on March 1.

Organisers say the event is set to be "a fabulous evening of spectacular home grown talent to enchant all."

Headlining, is Welsh classical crossover trio, Athena, which incorporates classical sopranos Gwawr Edwards, Sioned Terry and Ellen Williams.

Athena have performed at the Football Association of Wales Awards and just completed performing across the UK on their Summer Tour.

Athena's repertoire ranges from crossover favourites, to Opera classics to Celtic folk songs.

Welsh star of West End production ‘Phantom of the Opera’, Luke McCall is also on the programme, and there is a Denbighshire Schools collective, led by Welsh champion Beat box champion, Mr Phormula.

Trefor Lloyd Roberts, of St Kentigern Hospice, said: “The hospice team are very excited about this concert.

"Celebrating the culture of our community, with a concert showcasing spectacular Welsh talent and raising funds for the vital care provided at the hospice."

he added "Tickets are available from the Pavilion Box Office and would make a fabulous Christmas present."

Tickets are £20 each or £18 for concessions, from 01745 330000 or online via http://www.rhylpavilion.co.uk/category/whats-on/

In October 2018 St Kentigern Hospice is started work on an exciting £2.5m expansion of the hospice.

This will see an updated state of the art provision of facilities with a 50% increase in capacity allowing the hospice to care for more local people well into the future.

The charity provides palliative care for people in Denbighshire, Flintshire and Conwy

For more information visit www.stkentigernhospice.org.uk/events or call 01745 01745 775415