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Venues

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*Subject To Change

*Subject To Change, located in a refurbished shop in Cardiff’s Victorian, Grade 2 listed Castle Arcade is a gallery founded by renowned renowned graphic designer, artist and filmmaker Mark James to explore and promote the evolution of ideas in art and design. The gallery not only offers changing exhibitions of cutting edge artwork, but visitors have the chance to browse and buy original artwork and limited editions.



76m2

76m2 is a fine art photo gallery based in Pontypool which will host 9 exhibitions of Welsh and international artists between February and December 2017. It's run and managed by the*kickplate*project.





Audiences Wales Theatre

Audiences Wales Theatre - 20,000 seater.


Barnabas Arts House

Barnabas Arts House is an art gallery, café, artist studios, a venue for events and above all, a centre for creativity in Newport, South Wales.


BayArt Gallery

BayArt is artist-led at its heart, embedded within a beautiful, intimate, creative space in one of Cardiff Bay’s busy streets.


BBC Hoddinott Hall

Live in Concert with Thomas Sondergard

1st April 2014      7.30pm

 

Join the Orchestra and Principal Conductor Thomas Søndergård for two contrasting symphonies, Schubert’s “Unfinished” and Sibelius’s one-movement Symphony No 7, in an evening culminating in Beethoven’s sublime Piano Concerto No 4, with Argentinian pianist Ingrid Fliter.

Tickets £9-£12

BBC National Orchestra of Wales Audience Line 0800 052 1812
Wales Millennium Centre Ticket Office 029 2063 6464
For bookings through Wales Millennium Centre: booking online incurs a fee of £1 per ticket. Booking by phone, post or in person incurs a fee of £1.50 per ticket.


Bedwas Workmen's Hall

Built in 1923 the Bedwas Workmen's Hall through the funding of local miners and a grant from the local mine owner has served the needs of the local community for over eighty years.



Big Pit: National Coal Museum

With facilities to educate and entertain all ages, Big Pit is an exciting and informative day out. Enjoy a multi-media tour of a modern coal mine with a virtual miner in the Mining Galleries, exhibitions in the Pithead Baths and Historic colliery buildings. All this AND the world-famous Underground Tour. Go 300 feet underground with a real miner and see what life was like for the thousands of men who worked at the coal face.


Blaengarw Workmen’s Hall

Blaengarw Workmen’s Hall comprises a 250 capacity auditorium with a stage and licensed bar, a childcare room, a dance studio, a training suite with 10 PCs, offices and various general-purpose rooms.