International Womens Day 2019

Wicked volunteers helped the Welsh Assembly with their International Women’s Day event at Rhyl Little Theatre on the 8th March, providing technical support, preparing the venue and interviewing VIPs, speakers and invited guests.
Busy month for Rhyl Wicked Cinema in July. We took the cinema on the road to Prestatyn High school, a church & Tir Morfa. We also launched our Anim18 season with Paddington 2 and a teddy bears picnic.
Members of the Wicked team were pleased to be a part of the recently held ‘Magnifier’ event held in Bangor and run by Ffilm Cymru Wales. The aims of the event included  broadening networks,finding new audiences, sharing knowledge and building a community of mutual support. Lacey, Natasha and myself were pleased to form part of
We will be contacting schools once the programme has been announced. watch this space.
18TH-21ST SEPTEMBER 2018 ‘PEACE HOPE AND FRIENDSHIP’ Once again we would like to invite all young filmmakers in Wales and from all over the world to send in their short films and be part of ‘WICKED WALES 18’ our 3rd International Youth Film Festival. In the first couple of years we have started to discover
We are pleased to announce the programme for the Wicked Fringe Film Festival which will launch the Wicked Wales Festival this year. The Fringe is a weekend of Feature films celebrating the best of British talent which will take place at Rhyl Little Theatre between 6th-8th October. Tickets are available at the door.
RHYL WICKED CINEMA was born in april 2017. It has been developed as an affordable community-run pop up cinema and is only possible thanks to the commited group of volunteers who meet regularly to programme and market events. The group is made up of theatre volunteers and young programmers who are part of the Film

INTO FILM Festival Nov 24

We are delighted this year to be a part of the INTO FILM Festival which is the worlds larges annual free film festival for young people. Rhyl Wicked Cinema is pleased to be able to offer free screenings to local schools as part of the film festival. Screenings Morning screenings for Primary Schools: Despicable Me
In 2017 Wicked Wales is pleased to be working with our partners YOUNG DOGS in Germany and Rhyl 6th College and West Rhyl Young People’s Project in Wales to deliver this most exciting documentary film making exchange programme between young Welsh and German filmmakers aged 16-20. Every year YOUNG DOGS organises an international documentary project


We are pleased to have the first of two screenings from the coastal film collection from the National Screen and Sound Archive of Wales as part of ‘Britain on Film: Coast and Sea. Rhyl Fishing Fleet will be screened on the 17th September and two films of Rhyl Lifeboat Day (1920) will be screened in