About Us

Our History

The group was founded in 1942 when the country was fighting for its liberty, hence the name.

In the early days they performed their plays in any space available, mostly around the army camps in the area.  They also entered and won countless Drama festivals.

After the war when Rhyl was once more able to cater for holidaymakers the Society presented plays almost on a weekly basis in the Town hall for the benefit of visitors and residents alike.

Later the Rhyl Pavilion and Coliseum Theatre were also used for productions.

Rhyl Liberty Players’ Christmas Party c.1957

 

Libs Today

We currently rehearse at the
Soar Chapel, Sisson Street, Rhyl. New members are always welcome to join our happy and hard-working team. The past few years have seen us putting on a wide variety of productions from classic comedies to hard-hitting dramas to musical farce!

Rehearsals are normally on Monday and Thursday evenings.

If you have creative, artistic, technical or organizational skills you’ve been yearning to use to the full, why not contact us at Contact@libertyplayers.co.uk?

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