Creative young people living in Wrexham are invited to an evening of literature, music and art which will give them the chance to show their talents.

Wrexpression will show off just some of the output of creative young artists, musicians, photographers and writers living in Wrexham.

Aimed at young people aged between 13 and 20, the event will take place at Maesgwyn Hall, Mold Road, from 6pm until 9pm on Thursday, February 8.

Musicians Luke Gallagher, Verbatim and Off Topic will be performing on the evening, and the work of artists, photographers and writers will also be showcased.

The event is free, but we need to keep an eye on numbers – so make sure to get a ticket in advance.
You won’t have to pay anything – just show your ticket at the door on the night.
The event is non-alcoholic, with soft drinks and refreshments on offer.


The event is jointly organised and funded by Fixers – an organisation which helps young people tackle issues in their day-to-day lives – Wrexham’s Youth Parliament Senedd yr Ifanc and Wrexham Council.

“Young people will have chance to express their true colours”

Toby Jones, Chair of Senedd yr Ifanc, said: “We want young people to come together, create a strong community and give young people of Wrexham the chance to express their true colours.”

Sian Rendell, Project Co-ordinator at Fixers, said: “This event has been created as a platform for young people to come together as a collective, share their experiences and explore ideas of how the voices of young people can be used to create positive change for others.

“Working with such a dedicated and enthusiastic group of young people from Sennedd yr Ifanc has been fantastic and we look forward to being a part of Wrexpression!”

Cllr Paul Rogers, Lead Member for Youth Services and Anti-Poverty, said: “This will be a great event for young people in Wrexham, and I hope it’ll be the first of many.”

For a ticket, get in touch with us by e-mailing; calling the Participation Team on 01978 317961; by popping in to The Vic Young People Centre in the town centre, or by getting in touch with Senedd yr Ifanc on Facebook (Senedd yr Ifanc) or Twitter (@WrexhamSenedd).

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