By Ronald Harwood The setting is a retirement home for musicians. Three...
Grove Park Theatre is Wrexham’s oldest amateur theatre and is based in the town centre. We aim to provide the community of Wrexham with good value entertainment of a consistently high standard. Our shows range from comedy, drama and suspense through to costume plays, pantomimes and musicals.
We are run entirely by volunteers and are always keen to welcome new members in both the adult and youth sections. Whether you want to appear on stage or help behind the scenes, there is room for you at Grove Park.
Come and join in the fun!
Just over a week to go until we open our doors for our 89th season!
Get the best value from coming to see all of our plays by joining as a Season Ticket Holder now.
That way, you will get to see all six of our main productions for just £6.33 each – saving 33% of the cost of paying to see each show individually throughout the season. You can still join later in the season, but then you might miss out on one of our fantastic productions this year.
Quartet opens on the 4th September and it sees four former opera singers in a specialist retirement home for ex-musicians. The Independent described it as “an unashamed – no, shameless – vehicle for four feisty old troupers whose task is to make us laugh a little, sigh a little and cry a little as they take us into the bittersweet world of facing up to age and mortality” – it’s about growing old but staying young and was made into a film in 2012 starring Maggie Smith, Tom Courtenay, Pauline Collins and Billy Connolly.
The set is up, the actors are ready, so why not join us for an evening of fun, laughter and pure entertainment at Wrexham’s oldest community theatre?