AN INCLUSIVE performing arts group in Rhyl for adults is to hold a free concert in Rhuddlan later this month.

Work in Progress, which puts positive mental health and wellbeing at the heart of all it does, will host the event at Rhuddlan Community Centre, on Parliament Street, starting at 7pm on May 25.

This come ahead of the group’s second public sharing this October, with this “sneak preview”  to feature singing, acting, dancing and movement, sign language, spoken word, and more.


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To reserve your seat, email or phone 07565 583423.

There is no charge for a ticket, though donations will be gratefully accepted on the evening of the event.

Meanwhile, a charity murder mystery evening is to be held at Broughton War Memorial Institute in aid of Work in Progress on June 1.

The group draws its members from both Flintshire and Denbighshire, and also the Broughton mental health support group.

The murder mystery experience will have an action film plot, while there will also be a performance by members of Work in Progress.

You can bring your own drink and snacks to the event, which is open to anyone aged older than 16.

Doors open at 7pm – you can reserve your seat in advance direct through the institute or via Work in Progress.

Tickets are priced at £10, payable in cash on the door.