The Gwyn Hall is located in the heart of Neath Town Centre and has been an integral part of Neath’s history since it was built in 1887. Re-opened in March 2012 after an extensive refurbishment, the Gwyn Hall is rapidly gaining a reputation as one of the most versatile contemporary arts and entertainment centres in the area.
Open seven days a week, the venue boasts a 393-seat theatre which offers an excellent and varied programme including music to suit all tastes, theatre, children’s shows, aerial theatre and dance. It is also in regular use as a first release cinema showing the latest films on its main screen as well as the hugely popular National Theatre Live and ROH Ballet screenings.
The Pod offers a designated cinema screen seating 73 in luxurious and intimate surroundings.
A wide variety of dance and drama classes are held in the light and spacious designated dance studio.
The Gwyn Hall is proud of its family friendly and accessible facilities on every floor. Disabled seating is available on request in the main theatre and cinema pod.
A licensed café bar in the attractive glass atrium provides a welcome place to meet and relax.
Provided by Celtic Community Leisure.