THEATRE enthusiasts at the ready as Wrexham's popular concert venue announces unmissable performances lined up in 2024.

The William Aston Hall, situated on Mold Road in Wrexham, has announced the first confirmed 2024 performances.

From February 2 until 24, 'Crooners' will be swinging into Wrexham.

Featuring their outrageous Big Band, watch them weave their way through an impressive back catalogue of hits including Come Fly With Me, Fly Me to the Moon, Mack the Knife, My Way, That’s Life and many more hits.

Household name Ben Fogle brings his new show 'Wild' to the stage on March 17.

In this new show full of hope, simplicity, and harmony, WILD is a hair-raising, uplifting and wildly entertaining show that tells the extraordinary true stories of Ben’s amazing encounters with people and animals, and how they changed his life... and the discovery of helping you find your Ocean of Possibility.

Aled Jones will forever be remembered as one of the world's most successful boy sopranos. Next year he will bring his new show 'Full Circle' to the stage on October 24 so fans can prepare to hear him as they’ve never heard him before.

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Aled said: "I can’t wait to go out on the road with my new show, Full Circle. I’ll be taking people on a remarkable journey, from those early years when I recorded 16 albums in four years, to the present.

"There have been some incredible stories – meeting Royalty, playing concert halls all over the world, singing at Bob Geldof and Paula Yates’s wedding – and, of course, recording Walking In The Air, right through to Songs Of Praise and Classic FM.

"The show will be stories and songs from across my career. I’ll be singing some of my favourites, telling some of my stories, and showing previously unseen photographs. Who knows, the audience might even get to ask a few questions.


Rhod Gilbert also returns with his show 'Rhod Gilbert & The Giant Grapefruit' on October 11 which previously sold out in less than 24 hours.

After last month’s sell out concert, An Evening With Johns’ Boys returns on September 28.

Having gained millions of new followers and views following their Britain’s Got Talent TV appearance, Johns’ Boys return to Wrexham to perform as part of their upcoming UK Tour.