WREXHAM'S William Aston Hall has announced new and upcoming performances - and you really won't want to miss out.

​From music to musicals and comedy, Theatr Clwyd will be providing something for everyone to enjoy with a huge variety of upcoming shows and concerts.

The Leader: With the festive season soon being upon us, the celebrations would not be complete without Caberela on December 9. This Welsh language cabaret is not to be missed, including three little pigs in sequined blankets and the cauliflower cheese that no one seems to know if it goes with Christmas dinner or not. 

Dreamcoat Stars (April 12) will feature actors from the hit production Joseph and the Amazing Technicolour Dreamcoat. A magical evening of West End and Broadway classics, this performance will showcase your favourite vibrant and energetic songs from the most loved musicals including SIX, Wicked, Mamma Mia, We Will Rock You, Les Misérables and more. 

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Fans of Diana Ross will not want to miss the world's premier show celebrating her and The Supremes on May 24. Prepare to be taken on a spellbinding journey, telling one of the greatest musical stories ever told - a history of hits from a career culminating in over 100 million record sales.

There will be a celebration of two of Wales' great performers, Tom Jones and Shirley Bassey featuring Liza Baker and Dean Jones. Celebrating 60 years of Jones and Bassey, The Denmark's Street Big Band from London's West End will dazzle audiences with a night to remember. 


Paul Smith is also back and better than ever with his latest tour show, Pablo on June 7. Get ready to experience the jaw-aching, laugh out loud comedy that only Smith can deliver. This show features a mix of his trademark audience interaction and hilarious true stories from his everyday life. You can certainly expect hysterics from start to finish, and you won't want to miss a minute. 

William Aston Hall also presents Tommy Blaize having one of the most recognisable voices in the UK being the lead singer on Strictly Come Dancing for 20 glorious years. He has sung live each week to up to 12 million people and now he's bringing his best performance to Wrexham's stage for you to enjoy.

Theatre organisers can't wait to welcome excited audiences to sit back, relax and enjoy the upcoming shows.