A FOUR night celebration of a Rhyl institution will bring together some of the best loved showstoppers of musical theatre from the past 80 years.

Last year marked 80 years since Rhyl and District Musical Theatre Company (RADMTC) began, so to celebrate this huge achievement, the Company will be performing Show Time, a concert showcasing numbers from the most loved musicals of the last eight decades at the Little Theatre from Wednesday, May 22.

Since their first production of HMS Pinafore in 1938 as the Rhyl and District Amateur Operatic Society at what was once Penmaen Hall, on the corner of Wellington Road and Princes Street, the group has endured the Second World War to thrill generations of musical theatre lovers with their dazzling productions.

During their 70th anniversary year in 2008, the Society changed their name to the RADMTC to reflect the altered character of the Society since its inception all those years ago.

In recent years, RADMTC have won a number of awards from the National Operatic and Dramatic Association for their productions, scenery and individual performances by members. Most recently, the company have been nominated for “Best Production” for both of their 2018 shows, Made in Dagenham and Dirty Rotten Scoundrels as well as individual “Best Performance” nominations for cast members.

To celebrate their eighth decade of amateur theatre productions realised to professional standards, a very talented cast will take to the stage at Rhyl’s Little Theatre, to perform songs from shows such as 42nd Street, Singing in the Rain, Les Miserables, Shrek the Musical and many more.

To celebrate with the players, head to the Little Theatre from Wednesday, May 22 until Saturday 25 at

7.30pm and at 2.30pm on Saturday.

Tickets are £10, available from rhylmusicaltheatre.co.uk/.

and will be taking place at The Little Theatre . Tickets are available from our website: www.rhylmusicaltheatre.co.uk