Welcome to Bedwas Workmen's Hall

Bedwas Workmen's Hall is a volunteer-run entertainment venue in the heart of Bedwas. A theatre upstairs and an art centre downstairs, both are available for hire for a range of activities including productions, parties and music events. For more information on booking our hall, check out the booking page. If you're interested in learning new skills, we hold classes for a number of different subjects. For more information on what we have going on, check out the What's On pages.

Bedwas Workmen's Hall was built in 1923 thanks to local miners who together raised the money by donating a penny a week.  

Click/tap here for pictures of our recent bar refurbishment

We now have two Sprung Dance Floors downstairs! The Sprung Dance Floors are a versatile wooden sprung floor built to accommodate a wide range of dance styles.

CLICK/TAP HERE FOR BEFORE AND AFTER PICTURES OF OUR NEW FLOOR

Don't miss ....

The Superstars of Welsh Wrestling will be joining us again on Friday 6 March 2020. For ticket information please contact Welsh Wrestling directly via www.welshwrestling.com 

 

Live events

Our 500 seat auditorium is the perfect venue for events large and small, and we provide a packed programme of performances and events for all ages.

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Groups and classes

Bedwas Workmen's Hall hosts a variety of groups and one-off workshops, including Youth Theatre, Dance, Ballet, Yoga, Clubercise and art classes.

What's on

Room hire

From business meetings to weddings and birthday parties, Bedwas Workmen's Hall has spaces for every occasion available at reasonable rates. 

Details and charges

We’ve just signed up to #TerraCycle which offers free recycling programmes.  These programmes are funded by brands, manufacturers, and retailers from around the world to help everyone collect and recycle their hard-to-recycle waste and earn rewards at the same time. See www.terracycle.co.uk for more information.

Join us
as a volunteer!

There's lots going on, and getting involved can be rewarding and fun. you don't need any qualifications or specific experience, and training is provided. The time commitment is once a fortnight, or as little or as much as you can spare. 

Volunteering looks good on your CV and personal statement for uni. Earn Counts for Welsh Bacc., Millenium Volunteer and D of E Awards.

email us for an application form:

 

Sponsorship opportunities

We run a variety of Events every year that have become embedded in our Local Community – so there's plenty of opportunity to get your Company Brand out there on #bwh materials! 

Sponsorship provides fantastic marketing opportunities and we will work with you to ensure that your corporate and brand values are reflected, help you target new audience groups and promote products and services.

Whether you’re an individual or a company, you could help us develop a one-off project or support an ongoing programme. To find out more, please contact our Chair, Emma Phipps Magill, via email:

bedwasworkmenshall@gmail.com

Night Shelter at BWH

A project in the Caerphilly County Borough has provided vital support to vulnerable people during the winter months. Now in it’s seventh year, the Caerphilly Borough Churches Night Shelter project saw volunteers at nine churches across the County Borough offer a warm bed and hot meals to rough sleepers between January and March. During this time volunteers provided over 1,000 bed spaces, along with over 3,000 cooked meals and packed lunches. For more information go to: https://buff.ly/2OTD7NV 

Murals by Wendy Lewis

Come and see the hall's new murals, based on a poem written partly in Welsh, and kindly painted and donated to BWH by Wendy Lewis. 

Back in time with BWH

A group of theatricals photographed outside the hall, date unknown. Can you identify anyone in the picture?