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William Aston Hall is the largest theatre and concert venue in Wrexham and can be found right here on our main campus.  The 900-seat venue is designed to accommodate a range of entertainment events, and regularly hosts huge names from music, comedy and theatre. 

The Racecourse is the home ground of Wrexham Football Club but it also hosts gigs too - the Stereophonics are the latest band to play at the ground.

Central Station is just a short walk away from the main campus and is one of North East Wales leading live music venues and plays host to big name artists as well as up and coming bands and a selection of local talent.

Ulltimate Eagles


Odeon Cinema at Eagles Meadow in Wrexham town centre has 8 state of the art screens, including 3D, to provide the ultimate in picture and sound quality. You’re guaranteed a great view so you can sit back and enjoy all the latest releases.  You can get great discounts with your Student ID too!

ODEON cinema Eagels Meadow


Aside from William Aston Hall, there are a number of other theatre venues in the surrounding area.

Clwyd Theatre Cymru is Wales' most popular drama house. The theatre has its own production company which delivers a varied programme of plays to audiences every year, including a sell-out musical Christmas pantomime. Clwyd Theatr Cymru also hosts touring theatre, music concerts and contemporary film.

The Stiwt is located closer to the university in Rhos and hosts a similar mix of live performances and films. The theatre received a multi-million pound refurbishment in the late 1990s and is now a key community facility for the people of North East Wales and beyond.

Amateur theatre has strong representation in Wrexham through the Grove Park Theatre. The theatre is based in the town centre and showcases productions performed by the theatre's own amateur dramatics group.

Vienna Festival Ballet


Tŷ Pawb is Wrexham’s community, gallery and arts hub. There are shops, places to eat and drink, a bar, art galleries, a theatre and spaces for musical performances. Regular events include gigs and concerts, record fairs, film showings, comedy nights, jobs fairs, art exhibitions, theatre shows and arts and crafts events.

Undegun, is a multi purpose creative space welcoming an array of artists, musicians, dancers and film producers to exhibit, perform and record on the site.

Galeri 3B is an experimental, innovative and amiable art space where artists, musicians and dancers have all ventured to test their latest projects.

Oriel Sycharth Gallery

Other entertainment

Tenpin Bowling can also be found in Eagles Meadow with a state-of-the-art ten-pin bowling alley, featuring 24 lanes, a Take 10 diner, licensed bar, pool tables and amusements.

Waterworld is the local leisure centre offering aquatic fun and games The impressive layout of facilities includes a 25 metre, 6-lane competition pool with spectator seating for 300, learner and function pools, a 65-metre slide, which is great for the family, as well a relaxing bubble pool and rapids river ride.

Deeside Ice Rink situated just 20 minutes from Wrexham, is the National Centre for Ice Sports in Wales, hosting an Olympic sized ice-pad and is also home to the only Ice Hockey team in Wales, the Deeside Dragons!

You can keep up to date with the latest news and events from across Wrexham with Wrexham Council News.

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