THE Pavilion will be filled to bursting with hymns, arias and cracking comedy next year.

The ever popular first man of Welsh comedy, veteran singer Max Boyce will make his welcome return to Rhyl on Saturday, January 26.

Max’s live performances need no introduction - the audience’s reactions and standing ovations speak for themselves, and there is a reason why Hymns and Arias has been lovingly adopted as the anthem of choice for Welsh rugby fans.

With less than a week before Wales and France kick off the Six Nations in Paris, there is simply no better way to get into the swing of things than with a night with the hilarious rugby fanatic.

Indeed, a testament to the Swansea born comedian's enduring popularity is the series of sell-out performances this year that have coaxed Boyce’s to take to the stage well into next year.

Of course, that mutual love with his audience is down to - in no small part - more than 40 years painting pictures in side-splitting song for audiences around the world.

However, more than just a fondly remembered veteran of yesteryear, a huge new young audience has recently discovered this exceptional entertainer, taking him into their hearts and making him a true modern day folk hero.

Supporting Boyce is comedian John Martin and Bronwen Lewis.

Bronwen is a singer-songwriter from the mining village of Seven Sisters in South Wales.

She has played piano from the age of five and taught herself the guitar from the age of 13.

She is bilingual and shot to fame after performing her Welsh / English take on the song ‘Fields of Gold’, by Sting, on series two of The Voice.

Bronwen then went on to star in the BAFTA award winning film Pride, in which she sang the soundtrack theme song Bread and Roses.

Don’t miss out on the unique experience of seeing Max Boyce live in concert, and being able to say “I Was There!”.

Tickets for the Saturday, January 26 event are £28.50, with no concessions.

Call the box office on 01745 330000 or book online at