THE Stiwt Theatre will bounce back from the vandal attack on its clock by hosting a performance by soprano Denise Leigh on Saturday.
Rhos Orpheus Male Choir invited Denise to perform with them at the theatre before hooligans smashed all four clock faces at the former Miners' Institute building.
Some residents have been so incensed by the attack they have put up a £100 reward for anyone who reports the perpetrator to police.
'The Rhos Orpheus Male Choir has a close relationship with the Stiwt as it is our home theatre,' said choir spokesman Marc Williams.
'We support it as we pay for practising in the auditorium and it is sad to see something that was built for the community by the community defaced like this
The damage occurred on Sunday, September 18, at about 1.30am.
'We are still none the wiser about who carried out the vandalism,' said Stiwt committee chairman John Oldfield.
'We have scaffolding up around the Stiwt because we are decorating the outside and that is how they got so high.
'The community has been fantastic in rallying around. A lot of local organisations and businesses in Rhos have called to ask how they can help with the repairs.
'We have had the clock experts who maintain it for us in to look at the damage and they are preparing a quote. The Stiwt is heavily insured but we are waiting to see whether the damage is covered
If you have any information or saw anything suspicious, call North Wales Police on 0845 6071002.
The concert starts at 7.30pm. Tenor Dewi Wyn, a former Rhos choir member, and Anglesey pianist Annette Bryn Parri will also perform. Tickets are available from the box office on 01978 843100 or Gus Harper on 01782 271501, or by e-mailing firstname.lastname@example.org.