Grove Park Theatre 21st birthday celebration dinner at the Wynnstay Arms Hotel Wrexham. The full programme includes 21 years of history by J. Emrys Williams. Source: Kindly donated by Margaret Hayes of Wrexham.
Building Work in progress to convert the Sunday school of the former Hill Street Chapel, which was demolished. The only surviving bit of the chapel is a small length of wall visible in the foyer [more]
Walter Roberts Pantomime Company – Robinson Crusoe at the Majestic Cinema, Regent Street Wrexham in 1947. Source: Pic supplied by Geoff Wilding.
Pictured in 1978, Barry Flanagan with the Hippodrome Cinema he kept alive. Source: Alan Wilkinson
Three fires between September 1986 and May 1987 Vogue Cinema. (more to follow). Source: Alan Wilkinson; Leader
One of the most disastrous fires ever experienced in Wrexham happened in 1907, when the Public Hall was gutted. Later the Hippodrome occupied the site. The Public Hall formed only the centre of a block [more]
Palace Cinema, Broughton. Opened on Monday 7th December 1936 with 443 Seats showing the film ‘Limelight’. British Sound and Projection equipment installed at the Palace were said to be ‘far superior to anything that they [more]
The Beginning In March, 1942 at a public meeting held at The Hut, Bodhyfyd, Wrexham, the decision was taken to form The Wrexham Operatic Society in order to promote the musical and dramatic talent of [more]