Rhyl's Little Theatre for children marks 50th anniversary


A gala is being held in Denbighshire to mark the 50th anniversary of Rhyl's Little Theatre, which was purpose-built theatre for children.

It opened in its current building in 1963 and now original members now help run it.

Theatre director Gwynne Williams joined the theatre as an eight-year-old, a year after it opened, and Imarlie Stewart, aged 14, sings in Saturday's gala.

They spoke to Peter Johnson on BBC Radio Wales' Good Morning Wales.

Children's theatre marks 50 years

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