The Swansea Festival takes place at 5 main venues throughout Swansea. The Brangwyn Hall, St Mary's Church, The Grand Theatre, Taliesin Arts Centre and The Mission Gallery.
The Brangwyn Hall
Evening parking on streets around Guildhall. CCTV parking is available at Guildhall Green.
The fully licenced Brangwyn Bar is open before concerts and during the interval. It will also be open after the orchestral concerts on 9th, 15th and 17th October.
Wheelchair spaces are available within the Hall and there is a direct entry lift to the Hall from the pavement level for anyone who finds stairs difficult. The lift entry is immediately to the right of the main steps. Toilet facilities are also available.
The Grand Theatre
There is a supervised car park forTheatre patrons in Singleton Street (charge of £1 for the evening). The Quadrant multi storey car park is available for our patrons up until 11.30pm every night. First hour free on validation of QMSCP ticket at the Theatre.
Pre-show dinners are on offer in Footlights Cafe Bar. Opening hours (Mon-Sat) 11am-3.30pm, 5pm-11pm and 1 hour before show time on Sundays until 10.30pm. For dinner reservations please call the Catering Department on 01792 478593.
Level access for wheelchairs into the stalls and Footlights Bar; disabled toilets; five wheelchairs positions in the stalls. Please advise the Box Office staff when you or a member of your party require on of these positions.
Taliesin Arts Centre
Free parking for patrons is available on campus, with reserved parking for disabled persons.
Level access and lift to all public areas; disabled toilets on first floor; spaces for wheelchair users in the theatre.
Why not come along early and pass the time in Taliesin's light and airy cafe bar? With snacks and meals avalilable until 7.00pm as well as speciality cakes and pastries you're sure to find something to suit your appetite. The bar also stocks a good choice of wines and a full range of bottled beers and ciders, plus soft drinks.
St Mary's Church
There is a flat floor access to
the building, wheelchair access across the main body of the church and a ramp to the disabled toilets. A loop system supports the public address throughout the whole building.
The Mission Gallery
5 Gloucester Pl,
Swansea, SA1 1TY
Tel: 01792 652016
The National Waterfront Museum at Swansea tells the story of industry and innovation in Wales, now and over the last 300 years. The National Waterfront Museum is housed in spectacular fashion, in an original and listed waterfront warehouse linked to a new, ultra-modern slate and glass building. Here you can discover the Transport, Materials and Networks that were so important and the ‘big things’ that contributed so much to the industrial history of our nation.
The National Waterfront Museum
Swansea SA1 3RD
Tel: (029) 2057 3600
Live Music Now!
Inspiring musicians. Inspiring communities
This year again Live Music Now musicians will be taking the Festival to schools, hospitals, residential homes, centres for people with learning difficulties and other community venues.
For further information on LMN please visit www.livemusicnow.org
E mail: firstname.lastname@example.org or telephone 02920 554040