A Flintshire theatre is calling on people to share their memories of any time at the iconic building.

Mold's Theatr Clwyd is entering into one of the most exciting, and critical, period in its history.

For more than 45 years the building has been a beacon of excellence and a home for the community.

As they embark on the landmark capital redevelopment, they would like to hear the public's memories and stories of the building.

From the most memorable nights out, to meeting famous faces, being part of youth theatre or you were there on the opening day in 1976, they want to hear from you.

The aim is to reach as many people as far and wide to hear their unique stories, experiences, and anecdotes of the building over the past four-and-a-half decades years.

You might be an intrepid audience member, part of the freelance community, attend a weekly workshop, be an avid rock-n-roll panto lover or, maybe the building is your home away from home.

Your stories and memories will form an exhibition that will launch later in the year titled A Building Made of Stories. You can get involved in many ways to share your memories - email, video, voice recording or sharing photographs.

For more information about this project check out the Theatr Clwyd website www.theatrclwyd.com/we-need-your-stories