The Ucheldre Centre in Holyhead on the Isle of Anglesey is one of the leading arts centres in the country. The diverse programming weaves together two major strands: performers and artists of international standing bring high-quality arts to Anglesey, and community events nurture the creativity of local people.
The 200-seat performance space is home to concerts, drama, film, literary events.
The main art exhibitions typically change every six weeks, bringing a constant succession of new and interesting work to Anglesey.
There’s also the Ucheldre Kitchen restaurant, shop and garden. The Centre is an important part of the cultural life of Holyhead, but is also often used by people visiting nearby Snowdonia, travelling on by ferry to or from Ireland, and is easily reached along the A55 from the whole of North Wales.