Theatres in Cardiff
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St David's Hall - Cardiff
St David's Hall is the National Concert Hall and Conference Centre of Wales. It is home to the annual Welsh Proms Cardiff, a world-class Orchestral Concert Series and the famous bi-annual BBC Cardiff Singer of the World competition. It also presents live entertainment: over the course of the year it displays a wide range of live entertainment and participation workshops from multiple genres (eg, entertainment, dance, rock & pop and other music, comedy, kids entertainment, concerts, musicals, films and classical music). St Davids is renowned for its acoustics - it was recently ranked in the top 10 of the World's Best-Sounding Concert Halls. Capacity: Main Auditorium: up to 2000, depending on the layout used. L3 Lounge: 350
New Theatre Cardiff - Cardiff
Located in the centre of the City, The New Theatre (Theatr Newydd) is one of Cardiff's main theatres.
The theatre has had a number of renovations over the years since being built in 1906.
A strong lineup of drama, musicals, dance, comedy, family shows and yearly pantomime are shown all year. Capacity: 1,144
Sherman Theatre - Cardiff
The Sherman theatre has two performance spaces: the main auditorium (468 seats), and the studio / arena which seats up to 163.
The theatre has a full, all year round list of performances covering multiple genres of entertainment.
Motorpoint Arena Cardiff - Cardiff
The Motorpoint Arena is an events and indoor exhibition centre, that is the largest purpose built exhibition space in Cardiff.
The Arena hosts world-class entertainment & concerts, as well as conferences, sporting events and exhibitions.
Wales Millennium Centre - Cardiff
Wales Millennium Centre is a large arts centre in Cardiff Bay, with one large theatre (Donald Gordon Theatre) and two smaller halls (The BBC Hoddinott Hall and the Weston Studio Theatre).
Shows include local, homegrown talent and internation artists.
Capacities: Donald Gordon Theatre: 1,897 seats, BBC Hoddinott Hall: 350, Weston Studio Theatre: 250
Principality Stadium - Cardiff
The Cardiff Principality Stadium is the national stadium of Wales, and is an iconic sports venue which also hosts concerts, exhibitions and conferences.It was origionally called the Millennium Stadium.
It is the home satdium for both the Wales national football team and Wales national rugby union team, and has hosted many other large sporting events, such as Champions league finals, Rugby league internationals and Rugby league challenge cup finals. Capacity: 74,500
Cardiff University Students Union - Cardiff
Cardiff University Students Union has 2 venues: The Y Plas and The Great Hall, which have many events on, live entertainment from world renowned artists and local performers
Fuel Rock Club - Cardiff
Fuel is a live music on Womanby Street, in the heart of Cardiff's music quarter that is desicated to the rock and metal genres.
The venue plays a mix of club nights, and live music nights.
Cardiff Castle - Cardiff
Cardiff Castle is one of Wales’ leading heritage attractions. Situated in Cardiff's city centre, Cardiff Castle is perfect for a family day out, a school visit or as a spectacular venue for a wedding or corporate event.