Changes to our cinema and theatre offer

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The main entrance of Chapter in the distance, with some plants in the foreground.

Community Larder

Our Community Larder is a small way for us to give back to people on our doorstep who are struggling to make ends meet. We support it with weekly food donations and encourage you to do the same if you can. If you’re able to make a donation of in-date non-perishable food, please drop supplies to our friendly visitor services team at the reception desk.

You can also make a £3 Pay It Forward dona­tion when you buy a ticket or order food in our caffi bar, and we’ll use it to stock the shelves. Please let a member of staff know at the checkout if you want to add a donation to your order. You can also donate directly via the link below.

If you’re in need, please help yourself to items from the shelves with no ques­tions asked.

Community Larder Donations

Our Community Larder is a small way to help supplement what can’t be afforded, rather than replacing what can be afforded; and as such we’ll be supporting the Community Larder with regular donations. We encourage those in our community who can afford to, to support our new initiative with donations of in-date non-perishable food. The Community Larder is not staffed but will be managed by our friendly Visitor Services team, who have been spearheading this initiative.

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Theatr Iolo and Kitsch & Sync Colelctive perform on a stage at Chapter. In a marquee style with large floral boxes to the side, the performners are extending their arms in a row of three, the middle performer with their arts outstreched above everyone else.

Our story

Established by artists Christine Kinsey and Bryan Jones and writer Mik Flood in 1971 to celebrate experimentation and radical thought, we’ve been a catalyst for creativity and critical thinking ever since.

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