Back to Awen
aaa

Maesteg Town Hall

Maesteg Town Hall is a beautiful Grade II listed building situated right in the heart of this historic town centre

More Info

MAESTEG TOWN HALL

Maesteg Town Hall is a beautiful Grade II listed building
situated right in the heart of this historic town centre

About Us


Maesteg Town Hall is a beautiful Grade II listed building situated right in the heart of this historic town centre, in the heart of the South Wales Valleys and within easy reach of Cardiff and Swansea. A theatre and functions facility, it presents a programme of professional and amateur performances as well as providing much needed rehearsal and meeting space for many local groups and organisations.

 

Calendar


What's On Next


Glamorgan Folk Tales
19 FebTickets

Monstersaurus
20 FebTickets

Glamorgan Folk Tales
21 FebTickets

Superstars of Welsh Wrestling
21 FebTickets

Circus Workshop
22 FebTickets

ABOUT MAESTEG TOWN HALL


Maesteg Town Hall is a beautiful Grade II listed building situated right in the heart of this historic town centre, in the heart of the South Wales Valleys and within easy reach of Cardiff and Swansea. A theatre and functions facility, it presents a programme of professional and amateur performances as well as providing much needed rehearsal and meeting space for many local groups and organisations.

The main hall is a fully flexible space with a seating capacity of up to 500, a sprung wooden dance floor and a concert quality sound system. As well as performances and events, it is a popular wedding and functions venue with a fully licensed bar.

TWITTER


FOLLOW US

News +



David Bowie’s links with Maesteg!

WalesOnline claimed that “just like Kylie Minogue, rock superstar David Bowie can trace his family roots back to Maesteg.” https://www.walesonline.co.uk/news/local-news/we-love-david-bowie-2380156 And Britain’s greatest rock star has even visited the valley! Here’s an account from one local fan lucky enough to meet him at the Old House, Llangynwyd. ‘David Bowie is having lunch in the Old House.’ […]

Read More