Film Hub Wales Member
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. Bedwas Workmen’s Hall was built in 1923 thanks to local miners who together raised the money by donating a penny a week.
As part of a new community arts festival for Bedwas Workmens hall, they plan to screen films by local filmmaker Karl Francis and other films relating to local history and the Miners Strike.
- Type of organisation: Community Cinema
- Number of screens: 1
- Seating capacity: 200-400
- Projection format: Blu ray / DVD
- Accessibility: Wheelchair access