Exhibitors are running crowd-funders to raise income and offering voucher schemes and other ways that you can make a donation to support them:
Bedwas Workmen’s Hall
A volunteer-run entertainment venue in the heart of Bedwas. Bedwas Workmen’s Hall was built in 1923 thanks to local miners who together raised the money by donating a penny a week.
Cardiff Animation Festival
A Community Interest Company, which aims to benefit communities in South Wales and make Cardiff a better place. The team have been running animation events in Wales since 2014, including Cardiff Animation Nights.
Chapter Arts Centre, Cardiff
For over 40 years Chapter has been the heartbeat of creativity in Cardiff. We’re an ambitious, multi-artform venue that presents, produces and promotes international art, live performance and film alongside a dynamic social space.
Cinema & Co, Swansea
A a unique indie film house and gallery space based in Swansea and all about watching great films in good company. In their little high street space they have their very own 56 seater Cinema, a love for all things film, a unique gallery space, and a bar.
Holyhead Empire Cinema
Holyhead Town Council took over the Empire Cinema in June 2013. They are committed to offering maximum accessibility and strive to provide facilities that meet the requirements of all their customers.
Iris Prize Festival
Celebrating LGBT+ film in Cardiff, Wales, UK all year round, including a six-day international queer film festival every October. The Iris Prize LGBT+ Film Festival awards the largest short film prize in the world.
Memo Arts Centre, Barry
The Memo is at the hub of the Barry and Vale of Glamorgan community, playing a major role as a primary Cinema, performance and entertainment venue for the town and county.
Split over six levels, Pontio is Bangor University’s new arts and innovation centre that opened in 2015 – this new building is part of the regeneration of Bangor’s city centre.
Snowcat Cinema, Penarth
An independent pop-up cinema based in South Wales with a permanent residency at Penarth Pier Pavilion. They screen a broad range of films from mainstream blockbusters to cult, lesser known, and lost movies.
The Magic Lantern, Tywyn
A one-screen independent cinema in rural Wales which is open to the public 363 days a year. The nearest other cinema to them is over 30 miles away, so for many people they are the only access to seeing films on the big screen.
The Savoy Theatre, Monmouth
The Savoy stands on the oldest known theatre site in Wales and is also one of the oldest working theatres in Wales. Their programme is a mixture of feature films, live entertainment and special cinema events.
The Torch, Milford Haven
The Torch Theatre is a modern and vibrant centre for the arts which prides itself on extending a warm Pembrokeshire welcome to all visitors.
Theatr Gwaun, Pembrokeshire
Theatr Gwaun is a community theatre and cinema in Fishguard. They serve a rural, isolated area and their policy is to screen a broad range of specialised & mainstream films to cater for all sections of the community.
Theatr Colwyn, Colwyn Bay
Theatr Colwyn is an historical theatre and cinema utilising the latest in technology to offer patrons a 21st Century entertainment experience with a traditional, friendly flavour. It is one of the UK’s oldest working cinemas and working theatres in Wales.
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