The Gwyn Hall
- Telephone 0300 365 6677
- Opening times Mon–Sat 10am–8pm; Sun 11am–4pm.
- Website www.gwynhall.com
From concerts to comedy, movies to music, drama to dance, the Gwyn Hall has something for everyone!
The main auditorium, seating up to 393, hosts fantastic and varied live events, as well as first release cinema, seven days a week.
The Cinema Pod, seating 73, also shows first release films, as well as hosting a Kids Cinema Club every weekend, at pocket money prices.
The studio theatre is fully equipped with an LCD projector, 3m screen, lectern, sound and lighting equipment which are ideally suited for conferences. The studio theatre is designed with a sprung floor, mirrored wall and barres, making it a perfect space for performances, classes, dance and drama workshops.
The multi-purpose room is available for hire, for smaller groups.
Cafe bar and interval bar at the venue, private hire and catering available on request.
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- Directed by: Kerry Jones
- Written by: Kerry Jones
Classic panto fun with Aladdin Jafar and Princess Jasmine, featuring a mixture of traditional and modern music, custard pies and water pistols.
Sat 3 Jan 2015
Having recently squeezed his way back into the 'limelight' on reality TV shows Dancing On Ice and The Big Reunion 2 the runner-up of Pop Idol's first series returns to the stage.
- 102 min
- Directed by: Christopher Smith
- Cast: Rafe Spall, Jim Broadbent, Warwick Davis
- UK release: 5 December 2014
When Santa (Broadbent) crashes his sleigh just outside London and gets arrested, it's up to ex-con Steve (Spall) and his young son Tom (Connor) to organise a jailbreak and save Christmas. Broadbent and Spall are excellent and Scanlan is marvellous as a Trunchbull-like prison officer. An imaginative, madcap and sometimes…
The Hobbit: The Battle of the Five Armies
- US/New Zealand
- 144 min
- Directed by: Peter Jackson
- Written by: Fran Walsh (screenplay), Philippa Boyens (screenplay), Peter Jackson (screenplay), Guillermo del Toro (screenplay), J. R. R. Tolkien (novel)
- Cast: Martin Freeman, Ian McKellen, Richard Armitage, Andy Serkis, Benedict Cumberbatch, Graham McTavish, Ken Stott, Hugo Weaving, James Nesbitt, Luke Evans, Stephen Fry, Billy Connolly, Evangeline Lilly, Christopher Lee, Cate Blanchett, Ian Holm, Elijah Wood
- UK release: 12 December 2014
Smaug's on the rampage, Thorin is consumed with greed and war breaks out. The final instalment of Jackson's Middle-earth adventures features moments of spirited action and some terrific performances, but like the other Hobbit films it pales in comparison to the episodes of the previous trilogy.
Mon 22 Dec
Tue 23 Dec
Nativity 3: Dude, Where's My Donkey?!
- 109 min
- Directed by: Debbie Isitt
- Written by: Debbie Isitt
- Cast: Adam Garcia, Catherine Tate, Celia Imrie
- UK release: 14 November 2014
The third film in the series sees the kids from St Bernardette's helping teacher Mr Shepherd (Clunes) recover from a donkey-inflicted bout of amnesia. The Christmas story is crossed with the formulaic dance movie, with results that may prove testing to short attention spans. Unnecessarily long and annoyingly repetitive.
Night at the Museum: Secret of the Tomb
- Directed by: Shawn Levy
- Cast: Ben Stiller, Robin Williams, Dan Stevens, Ricky Gervais, Rebel Wilson, Ben Kingsley, Owen Wilson
- UK release: 19 December 2014
Former museum nightwatchman Larry (Stiller), now a manager at New York's Museum of Natural History, goes to London to rekindle a magical object. Stiller looks bored, and despite some refreshing cameos and the last, shining glimpse of Williams, it's so laboured and lousy it makes you want to punch yourself in the face.
Mon 22 Dec
Tue 23 Dec
Doo wop nostalgia merchants, big in the 70s, with thinning quiffs these days, tour in celebration of their 40th year together.
Witches Of Eastwick: Melyncrythan Amateur Operatic Society
A production of the ever-popular musical about would-be witches, based on the novel by John Updike.