Wrexham with a population of over 70,000 inhabitants; within a radius of five miles of the post office, is at last to be provided with an up-to-date theatre. The site chosen for the building is [more]
Majestic Cinema, Regent Street, Wrexham Built in 1910 as a skating rink, known as the Rink & Pavilion, it was designed by the Liverpool based architectural firm G.E. Marshall & Co. However it was just [more]
Depending on your age, you’ll remember this as either Fagin’s night club, the Jolly Tavern, the Vogue cinema (1981-1986) or the Cosmopolitan.
The Odeon Theatre was built for and operated by the Oscar Deutsch chain of Odeon Theatres. It opened on 13th March 1937 with Paul Robeson in “Song of Freedom”. Designed by architect Harry Weedon who [more]
Odeon Wrexham. Plas Coch Retail Park, Plas Coch Road, Wrexham, LL11 6TE The 7-screen Odeon opened on 4th December 1997. Seating capacities in the screens range from 364, down to 112. In early 2008, work [more]
Wrexham brass (Glyndwr) was formally known as The Rhos Silver Band was originally formed in 1884, making the band the oldest arts organisation based in the unique village of Rhosllannerchrugog, near Wrexham. Rhos as it [more]