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Welcome to the Gwyn Hall

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Auditorium

The Gwyn Hall, Orchard Street, Neath, SA11 1DU

Box Office

Opening Times: Monday to Saturday: 10.00am - 8.00pm
Sunday: 11.00am - 4.00pm

Come Along and See For Yourself

Get involved: The Gwyn Hall offers lots of ways to get involved.


Volunteering

Are you looking to develop new skills, gain valuable work experience and make new friends whilst earning the feel good factor?

Then volunteering at the Gwyn Hall could be for you!

If you are interested in cinema, theatre, dance, circus or music, and could spare a few hours of your time, then you could be just the person we are looking for.

As a volunteer Usher you will assist the Front of House Team in welcoming and dealing with enquiries from all our patrons to ensure they experience the best customer experience during their visit. For more information take a look at the Volunteer Role Description.

Our volunteer ushers will provide an invaluable and greatly appreciated service at the Gwyn Hall, Neath and in return we offer:

  • A fun, stimulating and friendly environment within which to volunteer
  • Valuable experience in an exciting new theatre
  • Special ticket offers for you (where possible)
  • Invitations to usher coffee mornings and volunteer social events
  • Invitations to meet the cast/cast talks (where possible)
  • Volunteer Loyalty Scheme – one stamp per shift.
If you can commit to getting involved on a regular basis or you require further information, please contact us on volunteers@celticleisure.org



Friends of The Gwyn Hall

The Friends of the Gwyn are a group who feel passionate about the building and supporting the Theatre. Gwyn Hall Friends have put together a number of charity events to raise funds.

The ‘Gwyn Hall Friends’ are a group of supporters who raise money for local talent. Through their fundraising to date, they have gained charity status. This is to primarily help young up and coming musicians, artists and actors by giving them a platform to perform as well as give bursaries for music, tuition fees, equipment etc.
The friends will also give members priority bookings on certain events as well as arranging ‘friends’ concerts and events. Members will also have the opportunity to meet the artists performing in the ‘Gwyn’ and attend social events pre and post concert when arranged.

The Friends are gaining members all the time and their Presidents, Katherine Jenkins and Andrew Vicari fully support what they are accomplishing. (Katherine having gift aideda substantial amount of money to the friends last year).

For more details about the Friends contact:
Huw Smitham Secretary on 01639 642551 or
Alan Lockyer Chairman on 01639 770718
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