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Robin Hood & Babes in the woods was the last production at the Salop Road HQ, produced by Dancing Shoes Wrexham and members of Wrexham Musical Theatre Society.

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Last at Salop Road HQ 2014

The last production

The first production of the newly formed Wrexham Operatic Society was held at The Great Hall, Grove Park County School for Girls. Wrexham. Performances were held on the 7th 8th and 9th January 1943. Click picture for more information.

1st production from Wrexham Operatic

The Gondoliers in 1943

The Gondoliers 1943

Take a look at the old WMTS website from 2007



BUGSY MALONE - 2004

SINGIN' IN THE RAIN - 1999

Love Begins at 50

The Gondoliers

Since moving on 28th February 2016 we have had a large amount of administration to complete with the sale of the building. You will be able to find out more about our future plans by clicking the arrow below.

Since moving from our Salop Road Headquarters 2016

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Here you will find a list of all the Past Officers of the society.

Along with a who’s who.

Established 1942

Past Officers of the Society

Half a Sixpence -  1971

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The Beginnings of the Society

In March, 1942 at a public meeting held at The Hut, Bodhyfyd, Wrexham, the decision was taken to form The Wrexham Operatic Society in order to promote the musical and dramatic talent of the District by the study and performance of operatic and musical works and the raising of funds for charitable or philanthropic purposes.

Established 1942

The Beginnings of the Society

This was the birth of our society and it grew rapidly into a lusty singing youngster with the production of 'The Gondoliers' in January 1943 at the Grove Park Girls School, Wrexham.