Centres and Theatres
Creative Gwynedd

The Dragon Theatre and Barmouth Community Centre
Jubilee Road
LL42 1EF

Phone: 01341 281 697
Website: www.dragontheatre.co.uk
Email: info@dragontheatre.co.uk

Theatr y Ddraig offers a year-round programme of community and professional theatre productions, music, film and other events. ‘The Dragon’ is also Barmouth’s Community Centre, used by many different groups for arts activities, rehearsals and workshops in facilities comprising a 180-seat traditional theatre, large function room and several meeting rooms.


Cae'r Gors,
Canolfan Dreftadaeth Kate Roberts,
LL54 7EY

Phone: 01286 831715
Website: www.caergors.org
Email: post@caergors.org

Visit Cae’r Gors, the childhood home of Kate Roberts. In the multimedia exhibition discover what inspired the author, and listen to voices from the past in the traditional cottage. If you wish to arrange a group visit we can, by prior arrangement, tailor your experience to suit your needs, thus ensuring a truly memorable visit. The centre is also available to hire for meetings, workshops, lectures and courses. The centre is open from Tuesdays to Fridays all year. The centre will also be open on weekends from March through to October.

Canolfan Hanes Uwchgwyrfai,
Clynnog Fawr,
LL54 5BT

Phone: 01286 660 853
Website: www.uwchgwyrfai.com
Email: hanes@uwchgwyrfai.com

This is a Community centre that was established in the old Eben Fardd School house in Clynnog Fawr, through the support of the Welsh Assembly, Objective 1 of the European Union, Gwynedd Council and the Snowdonia experimental fund. The area expands from Bontnewydd to the Eifl Mountains and Dyffryn Nantlle. The centre takes great delight in the area’s rich history and creates a wealth of activities through the medium of Welsh e.g.:

Publishing ‘Utgorn Cymru,’ a monthly patriotic history magazine on cassette, cd and mp3; Publishing local books and greeting cards; organising exhibitions, lectures, old film showings, and cultural events; welcome schools and societies to come in for a range of talks and lectures about varying subjects, such as the medicinal plants in our historical gardens; developing a digital archive. Our latest activity involves the naming of the Uwchgwyrfai fields.

Doc Victoria,
LL55 1SQ

Phone: 01286 685 250
Website: www.galericaernarfon.com
Email: post@galericaernarfon.com

Galeri has a 400 seat theatre/cinema as well as an art area, café, bar and conference facilities. There are rooms and offices for hire and Galeri hosts 16 media based businesses.

Gerddi Plas Bondanw,

Phone: 01766 772772
Website: www.brondanw.org
Email: info@brondanw.org

Historic and famous gardens of Sir Clough Williams-Ellis in conjunction with Dominic Clare. Gardens and Cafe open seven days a week 10-5. Historic gardens for artists and sculptors. Rooms available for hire for art classes/studio hire.

Neuadd Buddug
Lôn Pensarn,
Y Bala,
LL23 7SR

Phone: 01678 520800
Website: www.gwynedd.gov.uk
Email: annrowenajones@gwynedd.gov.uk

A variety of films are shown in the hall on Wednesday, Friday and Saturday throughout the year. Professional and amateur productions for all ages are staged and the hall is also hired out for workshops, concerts, plays and dances.

Neuadd Dwyfor,
Stryd Pen Lan,
LL53 5DE

Phone: 01758 704088
Website: www.gwynedd.gov.uk/neuadd-dwyfor
Email: neuadd_dwyfor@gwynedd.gov.uk

With 354 seats and a creative schedule including film, productions by local and national touring companies, ballet, opera, plays, pantos and concerts. Neuadd Dwyfor has so much to offer local people and visitors to the area. Opened in 1902, the Victorian building is now a vibrant contemporary arts centre that belongs to the modern Gwynedd and is also home to the Pwllheli library.

Oriel Brondanw
Plas Brondanw
LL48 6SW

Phone: 01766 770590
Email: post@susanwilliamsellis.org

Oriel Brondanw not only wishes to show the work of established and aspiring artists but would like to see active viewer engagement as well. Oriel Brondanw will also offer a varied programme of cultural events. Artists of all disciplines are invited to contact us to discuss possibilities.

Oriel Cymru,
LL52 0PT

Phone: 01766 522530
Website: www.oriel-cymru.com
Email: sales@oriel-cymru.com

Original works and prints by a large number of artists including Sir Kyffin Williams, William Selwyn and Keith Bowen. Works can be viewed at Glanrafon by appointment.

Parc Glynllifon,
Ffordd Clynnog,
LL54 5DY

Phone: 01286 830222
Website: www.gwynedd.gov.uk/parcglynllifon
Email: parcglynllifon@gwynedd.gov.uk

Parc Glynllifon is a historic garden and craft centre. It has an annual programme of arts based events including the well established annual craft and food fair and also has an open air amphitheatre situated in the grounds.

Pethau Melys
10 Pen Cei,
Yr Harbwr,
LL49 9AT

Phone: 01766 512569
Website: www.pethaumelys.bigcartel.com
Email: pethaumelys@mail.com

Pethau Melys is a small craft/coffee shop located in Peorthmadog’s Harbour. Established and run by Tom Gloster, a potter, and Myfanwy Griffiths, a textile designer. Pethau Melys is an outlet for their work made on site and also for Welsh artists/designers who have since moved away from the area.

Pontio Arts and Innovation Centre
Deiniol Road
LL57 2TQ

Phone: 01248 382828
Website: www.pontio.co.uk
Email: info@pontio.co.uk

Pontio – your brand new arts and innovation centre

Split over six levels, Pontio is Bangor University’s brand new arts and innovation centre. The Grimshaw-designed building in the centre of Bangor is home to a flexible mid-scale theatre named after the world-famous bass-baritone Bryn Terfel, a studio theatre which holds up to 120 people, a 200-seater digital cinema, a cutting-edge Innovation Centre and a wide range of facilities for students, including a new home for the Students’ Union and numerous learning and teaching spaces. It also offers food and drink at Bar Ffynnon, Gorad restaurant, food kiosk Copa and soon to be opened Cegin café.

Pontio offers an eclectic mix of entertainment seven days a week, from the latest film releases to music and drama, gigs, contemporary circus and aerial theatre, cabaret shows and more.

Opening Hourslogo pontio:
Monday to Saturday 8.30am-11pm
Sunday 12-8pm

For the latest what’s on, visit the Pontio website www.pontio.co.uk, follow us @PontioTweets Facebook PontioBangor or Instagram Pontio_Bangor

LL48 6ER

Phone: 01766 772321
Website: www.portmeirion-village.com
Email: robin@swyddfa.co.uk

We offer venue facilities for outdoor theatrical events and indoor concerts and events for up to 130. Conference facilities also available.

Theatr Fach
Heol Glyndwr,
LL40 1BD

Phone: 01654 761358
Website: www.theatrfach.co.uk
Email: mail@richardwithers.co.uk

Theatr Fach is owned by Dolgellau Amateur Dramatic Society (a registered charity) and each year, the company presents drama and comedy, monthly poetry and prose readings and hosts professional theatre companies and other events. There is also an annual pantomime.
Our well-equipped theatre is available for hire to other community groups.

Theatr Harlech
LL48 6EE

Phone: 01766 780667
Website: www.theatrharlech.com
Email: info@theatrharlech.com

Theatr Harlech had a diverse programme of events including films and exhibitions as well as a wide range of live performances. The theatre also offers community courses and is able to provide facilities for meetings and conferences. Further details are available in our website.

Y Ganolfan
Stryd Fawr,
LL49 9LU

Phone: 01766 513372
Website: www.y-ganolfan.com
Email: gwybodaeth@y-ganolfan.com

Multi-purpose centre that hosts a range of exhibitions, concerts, craft fairs, plays, public enquiries, meetings and training courses.


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