AS WE HEAD into the late summer, there’s plenty to see at the Rhyl Pavilion.

Launching into August, the Llandudno based Powerplay Musical Theatre Company will transport you into the world of Dr Seuss in Seussical, where The Cat in the Hat serves as tour guide into The Jungle of Nool for a story of friendship, loyalty, and love.

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The players of Powerplay Musical Theatre Company

Taking over the theatre for three days from Thursday 1, the players guarantee an all inclusive show -including a ‘relaxed’ performance on Friday two for people living with autism and additional requirement - for the whole family filled with flying, bubbles and a live orchestra.

The following week on Thursday 8, roll up roll up for another three day spectacular with Theatre in the Community’s production of The Greatest Showman – Barnum.

Mesmerising and colourful the troupe’s take on notorious showman PT Barnum promises to be the greatest show in town!

Also flying the flag for Denbighshire’s incredible pool of talent are the performers of dance troupe the Gay Harris Dancers.

On Sunday 11 and Sunday 18, members will sing and dance their way through everything from popular chart hits to musical classics.

On Wednesday 14, the chance to catch legends of the golden era of music Buddy Holly, Jerry Lee Lewis, Roy Orbison, Johnny Cash,the King himself, Elvis, and many more will be open to all self respecting music lovers in Rock n’ Roll Paradise.

Now in its 10th year on the road with its Lost Legends Tour, the show continues to add iconic musicians into the mix, bringing to the stage an amazing number of tributes for the ultimate jukebox experience.

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Roy “Chubby” Brown will return to Rhyl in August. Picture:Facebook/ Roy “Chubby” Brown

For something a little bit more X rated, firebrand comedian Roy 'Chubby' Brown will bring 50 years of experience - and vulgarity - back to the Pavilion stage on Thursday 29.

Heading into September, on Thursday 5 fresh from the success of this national treasure’s big screen biopic the No. 1 Elton and the Rocket Band will storm into the theatre, with their take on Sir Elton John’s greatest hits including Rocket Man, Goodbye Yellow Brick Road and more with a level of skill that has earned praise from the music legend’s former manager and his mother.

For all this and more, head to the Rhyl Pavilion this August and September.

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