THERE’S entertainment aplenty to enjoy at Theatr Colwyn this September.

With the patronage of Monty Python legend Terry Jones and writer Celyn Jones, the historical theatre and cinema continues to combine the ultimate 21st Century entertainment experience with a traditional, friendly flavour.

The chance to catch a homegrown official selection of Toronto International Film Festival awaits on Monday, September 2, when the theatre’s Rialto film screenings presents the dark folk tale Gwen.

Set in the stark beauty of 19th century Snowdonia a young girl, Gwen - played by Britannia actor Eleanor Worthington-Cox - tries desperately to hold her home together as a ruthless mining company encroaching on their land.

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Adam Godley in The Lehman Trilogy at the National Theatre. Picture: Mark Douet

The theatre examine’s the ruthlessness of big business continues on the following day, when it screens National Theatre Live’s The Lehman Trilogy.

The story of a family and a company that changed the world set across 163 years, witness the rise and fall of global investment bank which contributed to the 2008 economic crisis.

On Monday 9, the Royal Shakespeare Company will bring the bard’s astonishingly resonant and relevant screening of comedy Measure for Measure to the stage.

When a young novice nun Isabella is compromised by a corrupt official, who offers to save her brother from execution in return for sex, she has no idea where to turn for help. When she threatens to expose him, he tells her that no one would believe her.

Offering something for everyone, the Theatre’s Dementia Friendly film screenings return on Thursday 12 with the beloved tale of plucky red-headed orphan Annie.

On Friday 27, comedian Justin Moorhouse takes to the Theatr Colwyn stage with his show Northern Joker, aiming to bring some levity to the woes of Brexit woes and global uncertainty.

The following evening, The Houghton Weavers will showcase their 40 plus years of experience entertaining folk with their unique blend of popular folk music, humour and audience participation.

For more information, head to or call the box office on 01492 556677.