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Free Music Fridays at Blaengarw Workmen’s Hall: Eleri Angharad
Desperado’s – Eagles Tribute
Free Music Fridays at Blaengarw Workmen’s Hall: Eleri Angharad
Murder She Didn’t Write
Free Music Fridays at Blaengarw Workmen’s Hall: Eleri Angharad
Romeo a Juliet (BCP)
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Creative. Collaborative. Empowering. Fair.

Awen Cultural Trust provides opportunity for people and communities to experience, enjoy and be inspired together by culture.

We are a registered charity and operate three much-loved theatres: the Grand Pavilion in Porthcawl (currently closed for redevelopment), Blaengarw Workmen’s Hall and The Metropole (Met) in Abertillery. We’re also working with local authority partners on the multi-million-pound redevelopments of Maesteg Town Hall and Y Muni in Pontypridd, due to reopen in 2024.

Awen also operates a range of cultural facilities and activities, including libraries, community centres, a country house and park, and two work-based training programmes for adults with learning disabilities.

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