The Brangwyn Hall (Neuadd y Brangwyn) is a concert venue in Swansea. It is named after the artist Frank Brangwyn, whose famous "panels", originally intended for the House of Lords, are displayed there.
The Taliesin provides a service to both students and the people of Swansea and acts as a regional centre.
The Dylan Thomas Theatre has been the home of the multi award-winning Swansea Little Theatre for over 30 years. We are a registered charity with a membership of over 150 actors and technicians, all working on a voluntary basis.
Since 1897 to the present day, Swansea's Grand Theatre has been providing the public with a broad range of cultural, artistic and general entertainment events.
The Neath Museum and Art Gallery is situated at the Gwyn Hall, Orchard Street in the town centre.
The Great Hall is a £32m facility which was designed by the world renowned architect Dr.Demetri Porphyrios and incorporates lecture theatres, a 700 seat auditorium and a cafe bar & restaurant on the first floor.
The impressive Princess Royal Theatre is a multi purpose theatre and boasts a capacity of 798 for full theatre events and banqueting facilities for up to 300.