Happy New Year! We're open and can't wait to welcome you back.
In line with Welsh Government guidelines we've made some changes to keep you safe. Find out more before you visit here.
Browse below for what's in store this month. We hope to see you soon!
PAMOJA DISCO CLUB | 16 January, 7pm
Our first event with Pamoja Disco Club went down a treat so we're delighted to welcome them back. They'll be catering to the relaxed atmosphere of our café bar - expect to fall in love with their sonic goodies! No booking required but arrive early to secure your table (capacity is limited).
THE TRAGEDY OF MACBETH | until 13 January
Conjuring a beguiling nether-world between theatre and cinema, with breathtaking performances from Denzel Washington and Frances McDormand, this is a dazzling Joel Coen adaptation of the Scottish play.
THE ELECTRICAL LIFE OF LOUIS WAIN | 7-20 January
The true story of Victorian artist Louis Wain, whose playful pictures helped to transform the public's perception of cats forever.
LICORICE PIZZA | 14-20 January
Charming teenage entrepreneur Gary meets beautiful, older Alana and promptly falls in love. A magical invocation of an era and a joyous rambling love story.
Bring along baby for our weekly screenings of new releases. With free entry for babies, a relaxed environment and no worries about causing a disturbance. Our next films are The Electrical Life of Louis Wain & Licorice Pizza. Keep an eye out for 'BABY' icons next to film listings.
FOOD & DRINK
If you haven't visited us for a while, take a look out our menu (served Tuesday-Sunday), which features our plant-based and meaty burgers and seasonal favourites like comforting Lamb Cawl. Click the link below for details before visiting.
HUMAN CONDITIONS OF CLAY | Until 13 February
There's just one month left for you to see Human Conditions of Clay. You can also access our education pack, bursting with of ideas to help young people engage more deeply with the show’s themes, works and contributing artists.
Good vibes. Good living. Zero waste. Shop plastic free, organic and eco-friendly with Weigh To Go mobile refill shop. Don't forget to bring your containers! Find them in our rear car park.
Thomas Page Dances: A MOMENT | 4 & 5 February
Two contemporary dancers delve into the complex emotions of their characters living through the AIDS crisis in the 80s.