ANOTHER phenomenal year of entertainment awaits Rhyl theatre fans of all stripes!

The Pavilion will start 2019 as it means to go on with a packed January and February full to the brim of comedy, music and much more.

Rhyl will be fit to burst with hymns, arias and cracking comedy when the fabulously funny rugby fanatic Max Boyce returns to Rhyl on Saturday, January 26.

Expect plenty of audience participation, traditional Welsh tunes and standing ovations as the veteran comic pumps up the crow in preparation for the Six Nations, as well as the amazing talents of support acts comedian John Martin and singer-songwriter Bronwen Lewis.

The first man of Welsh comedy, Max Boyce

The following week will see acclaimed BBC presenter Dan Snow celebrate Welsh heritage of a different sort, when he he showcases his towering ‘History Guy’ credentials to the stage on Tuesday, January 29.

Making something of a homecoming - his ‘great nain’ was from Criccieth - Snow will bring his winning and seemingly endless enthusiasm for British history direct to Rhyl audiences in An Evening with the ‘History Guy’.

BBC presenter Dan Snow will regale audiences with real history in January

Firing up February are 60s titans The Searchers on Friday 1, who will be rocking up to Rhyl on their very last, ‘Farewell’ concert tour.

With such classic hits as, Sweets For My Sweet, Needles and Pins, Sugar and Spice and more, this will be the very last time to catch these time tested classics the way they’re meant to be heard.

A brace of bombastic operatic acts are set to follow, with The Opera Boys grace the stage with their brand new show on Thursday 7, followed by Ga Ga - A Tribute to Queen on Friday 8 for some swaggering stadium rock.

Stepping direct from Ireland into Rhyl on Wednesday 13 is the international phenomenon Gaelforce Dance, telling the heart wrenching story of two lovers in this electrifying production which promises to weave intricate choreography with thundering rhythms.

Irish spectacular Gaelforce is coming to Rhyl in February. Picture: Facebook/ Gaelforce Dance

Paying homage to another national art form, The Legends of American Country will bring Nashville to the pavilion through the music of Johnny Cash, Dolly Parton, Kenny Rogers and more on Thursday 14.

Capping off the month on Thursday 28 are yet more Irish legends The Fureys, who will bring 41 years of experience to bear in a showcase of some of the most stirring melodies to ever grace the airwaves.

Irish legends The Fureys. Picture: Facebook/ The Fureys

With so much to fall in love with, there is no better excuse to clear your calendar and set a date for Rhyl in 2019.

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