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Theatr Brycheiniog, Brecon


Recent posts

Spotlight on: David Wilson.
November 12, 2021
Our very own theatre director David Wilson, has given us an insight into his role and hopes and dreams for Theatr Brycheiniog.
Spotlight on: National Dance Company Wales
October 19, 2021
National Dance Company Wales have many talented dancers and we just love having them visit us here at Theatr Brycheiniog. We already know that they are generally amazing, so we loved hearing all about how they adapted over the pandemic and what inspires them to create.
Dyslexia Awareness Week
October 11, 2021
Today we are sharing a blog to celebrate our diverse workplace and have asked our marketing assistant Velvet Cole some questions for an insight on how she finds working in the creative industry while she also has Dyslexia.
Spotlight on: Brecon Baroque Festival
September 30, 2021
We have a special blog entry today! October sees the return of the popular Brecon Baroque Festival. Tickets are for sale on our website but already selling fast! Last week we were lucky enough to get an interview with the organisers!

Brecon Town Council to help visitors to spend a penny at Theatr Brycheiniog

Posted by velvet at 15:47 on 27 Oct 2021


Brecon Town Council to help visitors to spend a penny at Theatr Brycheiniog 

In order to keep services up to meeting demand, Brecon Town Council has agreed to budget for increased financial support for Theatr Brycheiniog to help improve their toilet facilities next year, as part of a wider refurbishment project planned by the theatre for 2022 and beyond.  

As well as providing the perfect venue for community arts and high quality entertainment, Theatr Brycheiniog is also a popular location for locals and visitors to call in and use the amenities. Cllr Chris Walsh, Chair of the Finance and Commissioning of Contracts Committee said “Brecon Town Council recognises the importance of these toilet facilities to the local community,  businesses, visitors  and tourists and we are delighted to offer the theatre some additional support to modernise the toilets.”

Since being built in 1996 the popular arts venue is now showing inevitable signs of wear and tear. However, the building is currently undergoing significant interior changes as it embarks on a major refurbishment project. Visitors to Theatr Brycheiniog are being asked to be patient as these changes take place. Cllr John Powell, Mayor of Brecon said “ We look forward to seeing the results of the planned refurbishment project from our continuing partnership with Theatr Brycheiniog.”

David Wilson, Director at Theatr Brycheiniog added “We are looking forward to this progressing onto the next stage of our refurbishment plan and are excited to see our building continue to improve year on year. We are grateful to Brecon Town Council for their contribution to this redevelopment, as well their ongoing support and proud to have such a positive working relationship which brings so many benefits to the people of Brecon and beyond.”

Theatr Brycheiniog recently also took part in Brecon Town Council’s Busking pilot which has been deemed a huge success with lots of positive feedback and is due to return in Spring 2022.

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