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17 May 2012

Experience fantastic theatre in North Wales

Before committing to one of the luxury spa breaks available in Britain, people will want to ensure that they are visiting a location that is brimming with things to do.

This is why North Wales is such an appealing destination for individuals who are looking to book a relaxing and eventful break in the coming months.

Not only does it feature some of Britain's most spectacular views, but the region also has a selection of fantastic events lined up, particularly at the Rhyl Pavilion.

The venue will be hosting 42nd Street from June 1st, offering visitors an excellent theatre experience.

In 1980, the show won the Tony Award for Best New Musical, before going on to collect the 2001 Tony Award for Best Revival of a Musical.

It focuses on the inspirational story of Peggy Sawyer's ascent to becoming a Broadway star, and is bursting with excellent sing-alongs, including Lullaby of Broadway, We're In The Money and Shuffle Off To Buffalo among others.

Dave Willetts will star in the production, following appearances in Phantom of the Opera, Les Miserables and Seven Brides for Seven Brothers.

Alongside Willetts in the cast will be Marti Webb, who is known for his excellent performances in Blood Brothers, Tell Me On A Sunday, Evita and Cats.

Mark Bramble has been assigned as director and the sets and costumes that helped to make the US version such a success will also be brought over to the UK.

Critics have acclaimed the event, with the Manchester Evening News describing it as a night of Broadway razzamatazz that is "pure escapist entertainment".

The Surrey Advertiser also praised the production, referring to it as being "superbly staged".

Following 42nd Street, visitors to North Wales will be able to explore the beautiful local environment by selecting one of the many available trails.

These will give people the opportunity to gaze at wonderfully serene streams and eye-catching greenery, adding up to create a fantastic atmosphere for travellers to relax.

Luxury Hotels in Wales from Classic British Hotels

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Hotels in this region

    Imperial Hotel
    Lake Vyrnwy Hotel & Spa
    Metropole Hotel & Spa
    Tre-Ysgawen Hall Country House Hotel & Spa