News in for those of you that love theatre and especially musicals, as we have the news that a respected young Welsh tenor is delighted to be returning close to home when award-winning writer Anne Dalton brings her brand new professional musical of ‘Jane Eyre’ to Rhyl Pavilion from 5th – 8th April.
David Phillip Owen Thomas has his roots in Llanelli, Carmarthenshire where his family originally come from. David has always been proud of his Welsh connections and he has regularly performed folk songs, dramatic productions including ‘A Child’s Christmas in Wales’, and Welsh compositional works in concerts around the country.
David started his vocal and performance training in Chichester, West Sussex, where he was a member of the West Sussex Youth Choir, Arabesque School of Performing Arts and the Chichester Youth Theatre. David attended Bedales School, with a Scholarship in the Performing Arts. During his Gap year, David was a cast member of the Welsh National Youth Opera’s production of ‘Paul Bunyan’ and since then has gone on to work alongside the company in other operatic workshops.
In the summer of 2017 David will be a cast member for the Welsh National Opera, S4C and Rondo Productions commissioned original Welsh language opera film of ‘Hedd Wyn’. He is delighted to be working with ABD Productions in the role of Edward Rochester in this Welsh premiere of ‘Jane Eyre’.
ABD have an excellent reputation for staging full-scale, beautifully costumed, visually exciting, musically accomplished productions. Step into the world of ‘Jane Eyre’ and watch this passionate and tenacious woman journey from child to adult in her search for family, belonging and love. You won’t be disappointed.
‘Jane Eyre’ runs at The Pavilion Theatre, Rhyl from 5th – 8th April, matinees and evenings For tickets contact the box office on 01745 330000 or online www.rhylpavilion.co.uk.