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Performance Venues in Wales

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Performance Venues in Wales


North Wales 

  • Galeri (Caernarfon)


    Galeri provides a fantastic venue - situated in the Victoria Dock with the Menai Straits in front and Snowdonia as a backdrop it is difficult to imagine a better location anywhere in Wales. Galeri houses a 395 seat theatre, conference facilities, meeting rooms, Café-bar and an exhibition space.

  • Neuadd Dwyfor (Pwllheli)


    With 354 seats and a creative schedule including film, productions by local and national touring companies, ballet, opera, plays panto’s and concerts. Neuadd Dwyfor has so much to offer local people and visitors to the area.

  • Pontio (Bangor)


    Pontio is a World Class Arts and Innovation Centre in the heart of Bangor. There are facilities for Music, Dance, Drama, film and Comedy.




Mid Wales 


  • Theatr Hafren (Newtown, Powys)
    Located in the centre of Wales, the theatre plays host to performances for all ages and tastes including music, opera, comedy and local festival events.





South Wales 


  • Muni Arts Centre (Pontypridd)


    A converted church situated in the heart of Pontypridd. Renown for its gigs featuring new bands, this intimate venue’s varied programme also includes famous bands including Funeral for a Friend and Alphabeat, comedy, children’s events, contemporary dance, cinema, exhibitions, and community events.

  • New Theatre (Cardiff)
    This Victorian theatre opened in 1906 and hosts a variety of touring productions including plays, children's entertainment, musical theatre, shows direct from the West End and comedy which can include many celebrity names.  Wales' leading amateur theatrical company Orbit Theatre also host stage performances within the programme. 

  • Park and Dare (Treorchy)


    The Park and Dare Hall was built in 1892 to the designs of architect Jacob Rees, and began its life as a working men's library and institute. The workers of the Park and the Dare Collieries funded the building by donating a penny from each pound of their wages.

  • Pavillion (Porthcawl)


    Grand Pavilion in Porthcawl, Bridgend County Borough, Wales, was opened in 1932. It is well known for its octagonal dome and striking frontage. Originally intended as a Palm Court for hosting Tea Dances, Balls and Civic functions, the Pavilion is a very versatile venue.

  • Rhosygilwen (Cilgerran, Pembrokeshire)
    A venue which supports live music both by Welsh and International artists in various genres including folk, jazz, choral, Welsh music and classical.



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