The stage is set for a variety of entertainment at a North Wales theatre this autumn.

Theatr Clwyd, in Mold, Wales' leading producing theatre, has announced its autumn season with a mix of drama, comedy, dance and music, offering something for everyone from this September.

The theatre, which makes shows at its Flintshire home, is producing four major home-grown productions.

Missing Julie (September 18 to October 9), a new adaptation of the classic Strindberg play by acclaimed playwright Kaite O'Reilly, sees classes collide in this passionate drama set in 1921 in a Welsh stately home.

Isla (Oct 16 to November 6), written by Wales' Tim Price, is a new dark comedy produced with London's Royal Court Theatre and is the story of one man's unexpected relationship with his voice-activated digital assistant.

Curtain Up (August 18 to September 4) sees 45 of Wales' leading actors and writers come together to perform 15 new short plays over three weeks. Each night audiences choose which actor plays which part and the props and costume they use.

Finally pantomime returns with Beauty and the Beast (November 19 to January 15, 2022) which promises bonkers frocks, dazzling sets and brilliant rock and soul sounds!

The theatre will also welcome major touring shows from around the UK.

Hound Of The Baskervilles (September 21-25) gives Arthur Conan Doyle's novel a comic twist, Tom Chambers (Strictly Come Dancing) returns in Dial M for Murder (September 27 to October 2), while there's kitchen-based couples comedy set at Christmas in Alan Ayckbourn's hilarious Absurd Person Singular (October 12-16).

National Dance Company Wales follow up their summer visit to Mold with Here (November 5-6), which brings three energy-filled dances mixing contemporary dance styles.

Tennessee Williams' Pulitzer Prize-winning Cat On A Hot Tin Roof (October 19-23) brings the deep American South to North Wales, while Morecambe and Wise celebration Eric & Ern (September 14-15), and Being Mr Wickham (October 8-9) starring Adrian Lukis (Pride and Prejudice) round off the main house season.

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