Step back in time to the golden era of rock n’ roll in Rhyl next month.

Lipstick on your Collar is coming to the Pavilion, offering music lovers a live jukebox packed full of iconic classics for an evening celebrating hits from the 1950s and 1960s.

Taking inspiration from the iconic fashion and style of the time and performed by a full live band, the two hour show will take audiences on a fun-filled musical journey through the years from Rock Around The Clock and the birth of Rock 'n' Roll in 1955, through to the Beatles and the resulting British Invasion in 1964, with accompanying nostalgic video footage throughout.

Fresh from it's West End debut at The Leicester Square Theatre, the professional 1950s and 60s six-piece band first formed in 2010 and have toured up and down the country performing timeless jukebox classics which has now developed into a stage show.

The show will include hits from the likes of Connie Francis, Buddy Holly, Brenda Lee, Jerry Lee Lewis, The Beatles, The Ronettes, Cliff Richard, Cilla Black, Sandi Shaw and many more musical legends.

Expect tight harmonies, excellent vocals and plenty of bopping, jiving and swinging both on stage and off guaranteeing an infectious sense of fun that will follow audience members home from the theatre.

Nicola Seeking-Smith, lead singer, said: “We’re really excited to be bringing Lipstick on Your Collar to Rhyl.

"Our band contains some of the country’s top musicians and singers, all of whom are massive fans of the era so we’re extremely proud of the show.

"The 50s and 60s are such an iconic period of time and we hope that our portrayal of this fantastic music will have people singing along and dancing in the aisles.”

So for any music lovers who fancy a night of back to back hits from the 50s and 60s, throw on a polka dot dress, dig out those blues suede shoes.

Head to the Pavilion on Thursday, September 6 at 7.30pm to add your own soaring vocals and dance moves to some of the best music ever to hit the airwaves.

Tickets are £22, with no concessions, and are available from or by calling the box office on 01745 330000.