raise the roof

Theatr Clwyd Redevelopment

With your support together we can stage the next 40 years

Under the leadership of Executive Director Liam Evans-Ford and newly appointed Artistic Director Kate Wasserberg we are working with acclaimed architects Haworth Tompkins to redevelop Theatr Clwyd.

We’re ensuring a home for communities that’s green and sustainable, with fit-for-purpose health and wellbeing spaces, a building that supports our vital work with schools and our community, safeguarding high-quality cultural experiences in North Wales for current and future generations.

We have substantial backing from Welsh Government, Arts Council of Wales and Flintshire County Council, but we need to raise £5m to ensure this vital community asset is protected.

Throughout the building work we remain OPEN!

We will be presenting a full programme from our temporary site situated to the right of our building. We have built an incredible bar complete with toilet facilities called 'The Village' that is as comfortable (if not more so!) as our original building. Shows take place in “The Mix,” a temporary venue located alongside the main Theatr Clwyd building, during the building project.

We expect the project to be completed by 2025.

Concept image of the new Theatr Clwyd facility after redevelopment. Image by Haworth Tompkins

All redevelopment images by Haworth Tompkins. Audience at Theatr Clwyd image, photography by Theatr Clwyd. Production image: Junkyard, a Headlong, Theatr Clwyd, Bristol OId Vic & Rose Theatre Kingston production, photography Manuel Harlan. Theatr Clwyd's production of Home, I'm Darling, by Manuel Harlan.