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A day long carnival featuring live music, fairground stalls, food, drink, arts, crafts and more has been announced for Tŷ Pawb’s opening celebration, Dydd Llun Pawb.

Taking place on Easter Monday, 2nd April, from 12.00noon until late, Dydd Llun Pawb (Everybody’s Monday) brings back the Victorian Wrexham tradition of locals descending on the town for a day of festivities on the Monday following the annual Spring Market.

Inside Tŷ Pawb, as well as along Chester Street outside the new centre for arts, markets and the community, visitors will be able to enjoy a fairground stall with a Victorian twist, a host of arts, craft, food and drink stalls, a children’s playground from the organisers of Wrexham’s ‘Playday’, Techniquest Glyndwr’s StarDome Planetarium, and live music from artists including The Big Beat, Wrexham Community Choir, Baby Brave and the Black Park Accordion Club, with many more acts and activities to be announced soon! Tŷ Pawb staff members will be on hand to assist with navigating the new centre’s facilities.

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Shakespeare’s timeless tale of unrequited love will be retold for romantic Wrexham cinema-goers on Valentine’s Night.

As part of its acclaimed Event Cinema programme the Odeon at Eagles Meadow is to screen a live version of the Bard’s Twelfth Night direct from the headquarters of the Royal Shakespeare Company in Stratford-upon-Avon on the evening of Wednesday February 14.

And Odeon manager Andy Elvis says the cinema is delighted to be providing Wrexham audiences with the opportunity to enjoy such a prestigious piece of live theatre without having to travel out of town.

A glittering RSC cast, headed by Young Ones star Adrian Edmondson and Kara Tointon whose credits include ITV’s Mr Selfridge and Sound of Music Live, are currently staging the iconic play to rave reviews at Stratford.

And, as part of its 2018 Event Cinema programme the play will be beamed direct to the Odeon Eagles Meadow for one night only.

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60+ new acts announced today for FOCUS Wales 2018, including: hotly tipped alt-rockers Alpha Male

Tea Party | HMS Morris return following the release of their new album Morbid Mind / Arth | Dutch

band Canshaker Pi were the talk of the town amongst tastemakers at Eurosonic 2018 | the deservedly

hyped indie pop trio Peaness | Cardiff’s Dan Bettridge who’s been building significant industry buzz on

both sides of the Atlantic | Martin Carr of Britpoppers The Boo Radleys returns with his critically

acclaimed solo work. Plus a host of incredible new artists from across the UK, joined by international

acts from Estonia, Hungary, Korea, the Netherlands, Nova Scotia, Quebec, Sweden + more!

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We’re delighted to announce that OFCOM have extended our broadcast license, allowing us to stay on the airwaves through to 2023!

Since our last license renewal in 2012, we’ve moved to new studios, won 2 Radio Academy and Community Radio Awards, hosted a 56 hour marathon radio show and teamed up with Wrexham AFC to provide live commentary of matches – as well as much, much more! We’re very excited to see what the next 5 years has in store.

We want to thank our amazing family of volunteers, past and present, who work so hard with us to produce some great local programming!


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