With live theatre and entertainment seeing a huge resurgence in popularity, the Theatr Stiwt Wrexham has been transformed into a state-of-the-art venue for entertainment in the region. Our vision remains to nurture and develop the creative, cultural and recreational aspirations of all people in the immediate vicinity and wider community of Wales.The Theatr Stiwt continues to offer a first class venue for the performing arts and cultural activities while also providing training and education for young people in the arts and creative activities.
We hope to recreate the community spirit which was the original intention of the hardworking mining community in the 1920s by uniting past present and future generations within this grand old building for many years to come. Theatr Stiwt Wrexham is the perfect venue for you to entertain guests, celebrate a special occasion in a venue with a difference or as a unique conferencing venue to impress your clients. We guarantee that you won't find a comparable or more splendid venue anywhere else in the region.
Theatr Stiwt was formerly the villages miners institute, but even after all these years this great venue itself has turned more into an institution. It is now one of the area's biggest theatres and although it boasts some very modern facilities it still hasn't lost some of its old Welsh charm. When I visited this Theatre I could not get over how warm and friendly the place is. The venue itself plays host to many different performances not only from top comedians, singers and great bands but also hosts many well-known plays and theatre companies, not forgetting its traditional yearly Pantos. Theatr Stiwt is worth a visit at any time of the year no matter what your performancetastes are.- Top 100 Review
Stiwt Theatre, Broad St, Rhosllannerchrugog
Wrexham, LL14 1RB
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