A BRITAIN'S Got Talent sensation will be on stage in Denbighshire later this month.

Anglesey opera-singing sensation Gruffydd Wyn Roberts will bring his incredible range to bear on stage at the Pavilion Theatre, in Rhyl, on Friday, March 22 at 7.30pm.

Hailing from Amlwch, Gruffydd is an incredibly talented classical cross-over artist.

A singer from an early age, the tenor has dedicated his life to following his dream of becoming a world class vocal performer.

This dream took him into homes up and down the country as a finalist on the globally renowned talent show Britain’s Got Talent, where he received Amanda Holden’s Golden Buzzer.

Fans of the national phenomenon may remember the unbearably tense public vote that allowed Gruffyd to beat magician Marc Spellman to make it to the final where he ultimately finished in fourth place with a soaring rendition of Andrea Bocelli's take on Ed Sheeran's smash hit Perfect.

During the series, he consistently received widespread acclaim for his big voice and professional performances under pressure making staples including Nessun Dorma, Nelle Tue Mani and Perfect Symphony his own.

His Britain's Got Talent run awakened so much pride in his home town a mini festival dubbed GruffFest was saw hundreds turn out to watch the final.

Needless say he received a hero's welcome upon return.

To celebrate a home grown hero as he takes his rightful place on the stage, head to the Pavilion on Friday, March 22 at 7.30pm.

Tickets for the evening at the Pavilion Theatre are £22.50 and they're available from the box office on 01745 330000.

Alternatively, visit www.rhylpavilion.co.uk.