Firstly, Theatr Clwyd and Glyndŵr University have announced a new partnership to ensure the future of Wrexham’s William Aston Hall. They will protect the vital arts venue as a community asset. Ensuring that Wrexham and North Wales have access to the best in Welsh, UK and international entertainment.
This partnership offers a fresh start to the venue. Bringing the theatrical expertise of Wales’ biggest producing theatre and also the innovation of Glyndŵr University.
Theatr Clwyd will be running a limited programme in 2022 before a full roster of events returns in 2023.
Liam Evans-Ford, Theatr Clwyd’s Executive Director said:
“We’re excited to be working with Glyndŵr University to inject new life into this venue for Wrexham and North Wales. This partnership will deliver for our communities in Wrexham and beyond and also strengthen Wrexham’s City of Culture bid.”
Lynda Powell, Wrexham Glyndŵr University’s Executive Director of Operations said:
“Following a robust tender exercise, the university can announce Theatr Clwyd as the new operator of William Aston Hall. The lease agreement will enable us to enhance and expand the events programme within William Aston Hall. As well as provide opportunities for our students. The Hall is a key part of our university and we can’t wait to see what 2023 brings.”
More information about this partnership will be available in the coming months.
Finally, thank you for reading ‘Theatr Clwyd and Glyndŵr University To Run William Aston Hall’ . For more Culture articles, click here.