The much-loved comedian Rob Brydon is set to perform at the Rhyl Pavilion Theatre on March 27 2021. The opening night will take place in Rhyl, and the tour will continue with dates at almost 20 venues around the UK through to the 2 May.
The show, titled Rob Brydon – A Night of Songs and Laughter, will feature an eight-piece band, and is the first time Rob has combined music with his trademark wit. He first became known for appearing in TV shows such as Marion and Geoff, and has since enjoyed a career as one of the UK’s most successful comedians.
After the disruption of 2020, the residents of Rhyl and the surrounding areas will be keeping their fingers crossed for the chance to see some much-needed live music and entertainment in the spring. The Pavilion Theatre is currently closed due to coronavirus restrictions, and has had to postpone its Christmas pantomime for the first time in 23 years.
Jamie Groves, Managing Director of Denbighshire Leisure who run the theatre, said: “Despite the disappointments of this year, we are determined to come back bigger and even stronger next year with some exciting new developments to look forward to at Rhyl Pavilion”.
The original theatre was built on Rhyl Pier in 1891, and seated 3000 people. Sadly, it burned down in 1901, and a replacement was built in 1908. The popular domed venue had to be demolished in 1974, as it was no longer suitable for purpose. The current Pavilion opened in 1991, and hosts everything from household names to school productions.
Rob Brydon is one of a handful of acts scheduled to play the Rhyl seafront venue in the spring of 2021. Of course, in the current climate, no one knows exactly what the situation will be, but the live music and entertainment industry will be hoping as much as anyone for a safe reopening of venues.
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