On 17 May, we're re-opening our Cinemas, Gallery & Café Bar. We've got so much to share with you and can't wait to get started!
We'll open with some long-awaited and exciting film releases that are perfect to watch on our big screen, like #MadeInWales Dreamhorse & Academy-Award winning Sound of Metal. You'll also have the opportunity to see our Artes Mundi exhibition with new works by Dineo Seshee Bopape and Carrie Mae Weems.
We'll be sharing details with you soon. Keep an eye on our social media and website for updates.
In the meantime, we're delighted to announce that Theatr Iolo with Kitsch & Sync are returning with outdoor performances of HOOF! this Spring. Tickets are on sale now - it's a magical show that's perfect for all the family!
Not able to visit in person? We've got you covered with lots of activities to keep you entertained at home. Highlights include new film releases Sisters with Transistors - the untold story of electronic music’s female pioneers - & Justine - a love story from writer Jeff Murphy (Hinterland, One Way To Denmark, Hidden) and the final sessions of our kids after-school book club.
Can't wait to see us? We're already open for alfresco food and drink. We've been very busy so make sure you book your table in advance online.
Looking forward to seeing you soon!
HOOF! | 28 – 31 May
We're excited to announce that Theatr Iolo with Kitsch & Sync are returning with outdoor performances of HOOF! this Spring. If you missed this magical show for families last year, or would jump at the chance to see it again, tickets are on sale now.
SEQUIN IN A BLUE ROOM (18) | Streaming now
Sequin is exploring his burgeoning sexuality through an obsession with anonymous, no-strings hook-ups. That is until he finds his way into the mysterious, strictly anonymous ‘Blue Room’ - where a new, alluring world unfolds before him...
SISTERS WITH TRANSISTORS (12) | Streaming now
The untold story of electronic music’s female pioneers, remarkable composers who embraced machines and their liberating technologies to utterly transform how we produce and listen to music today.
TRUMAN & TENNESSEE (12) | Streaming now
The story of two of the greatest writers of the past century, Truman Capote and Tennessee Williams, examined in a dialogue that stretches from their early days of friendship to their final, unsparing critiques of each other.
JUSTINE (15) | Streaming now
A love story from writer Jeff Murphy (Hinterland, One Way To Denmark, Hidden) which looks at the search for love and belonging in a chaotic world. "Absorbing... Touching... Sincere" Little White Lies.
CHINESE FILM SEASON | Until 12 May
We’re pleased to offer you 10% discount for the Chinese Film Season, using code 'CCSCHAPTER21'. There's a wonderful selection of films available, including documentaries and animation, with Q&As and discussions from Chinese film experts.
To see our full list of films streaming now, click here.
ARTS SOCIETY CARDIFF | 13 May, 2pm
This month's lecture with Arts Society Cardiff is The Housekeeper’s Tale: The Women Who Really Ran The English Country House, presented by Tessa Boase.
The lecture lasts approximately 1 hour, with a short Q&A afterwards.
KID'S BOOK CLUB | 11 & 18 May, 4.15pm
Children ages 4-7 are invited to join Sophie Warren and her mischievous sidekick The Book Robot, to read stories and play fun games! Each week focusses on a core theme surrounding the Book of the Week, with associated games and key Welsh words and Makaton signs to learn along the way!
CANTON ROAD CROSSING - Steffan Dafydd wins public vote!
We're delighted to announce that artist Steffan Dafydd’s design has been selected to be installed on the Cowbridge Road East crossing in Canton! Following our open call, three artists were selected to develop their design ideas. All designs went to a public choice where 1000 of you voted on which one you wanted to see come to life.
A big thank you to all of you who've visited us recently! We hope you've been able to enjoy a refreshing drink or tasty bite to eat in the great outdoors.
We're open every day, with a delicious new menu. Book a table in advance to avoid disappointment!
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