The History of Cwmaman Arts Centre Building

Cwmaman Arts Centre occupies half of the complex previuosly Known as Cwmaman Public Hall and Institute.

For well over 100 years the building had provided a social gathering space for all kinds of activites  from Sport to Theatre.

The full story of which can be read with in this website.

 

However Cwmaman Arts Centre is the Phoenix that has risen out of the ashes of the past to reprovide a facility that will support and provide facilities for the local population for Art performance and Crafts.

 

In March of 2018 a group of 8 Directors came together to form The Cwmaman Arts Centre after obtaining a lease for Unit 1 Of the Newly named, The Royal Cwmaman Hall, this Included the Foyer Reception, the Theatre, the Gallery and the changing rooms. Then after a year of planning, organising and obtaining of equipment and furnishings, the Theatre was opened on the 23rd of March 2019 with a Gala Variety show, attended by a greatly appreciated audiance and included some very important guests, such as Anne Clwyd the Local M.P. Victoria Howells the local Member of the Welsh assembly and Mrs. Linda Dee Vet Mayer for Aberdare.

 

Vicky Howells Welsh assebly Member for  the Cynon Valley.

Mrs. Linda De Vet  Mayer for Aberdare.

Anne Clwyd Member of Parlement for Rhondda Cynon Taff

 

Some of the V.I.Ps. That attended the opening Gala of Cwmaman Arts Centre.

Saturday 23rd March 2019.

A look back at the old complex filmed in 1998

A new start for the complex 2001

If you would like to take an active part in live Theatre

Why not Join our band of Volunteers.

 

Acting, Singing, Dancing, Stage Lighting,

Sound production, Set construction, Publicity,

Marketing, Dress making / Costume.

Stage makeup, Front of house staff.

 

We have lots of activites to be apart of.

So if you have an interest in any of the above

Click on the button opposite and contact us today.

 

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