In Another’s Shoes (tickets: £10 each)


“Finding a Voice” Creative Writers Group presents In Another's Shoes For one night only... Don’t miss a unique performance of new writing Finding a Voice is a creative writing group, facilitated by writer/performer Liz Pearce. The group first met as part of the Abergavenny Writing Festival. Since then Finding a Voice have continued to meet, working with Liz, using a creative process to stimulate and develop new writing. The group write together and individually, exploring different themes and finding resonance in personal experience and in the world around us. Our performance piece, In Another’s Shoes is a culmination of this process. [...]

In Another’s Shoes (tickets: £10 each)2023-10-30T12:13:02+00:00

The Tap Dancing Mermaid


This February half term Tessa Bide Productions presents their beautiful puppetry show for ages 3-8 and their families. Mixing up tap dance, stunning puppetry, live ukulele-ing and a beautiful story, The Tap Dancing Mermaid is a magical, mystical story about Marina Skippett, who creeps out of her house every night to shuffle and stomp on the boardwalk to the sounds of the sea.

The Tap Dancing Mermaid2023-01-24T11:04:33+00:00

Love Bites


An evening of entertainment to tickle your funny bones and provide an alternative to the Valentines Day satin hearted madness. Dishes of drama with all the flavours of love; bitter, sweet and sour.

Love Bites2023-01-04T15:27:44+00:00



Monthly Black Mountain Jazz session Feat. BMJ collective with saxophonists Dan Newberry and Alex Clarke Join the Black Mountain Jazz House band with 2 rising star sax players for a lively and fun night. The BMJ Collective draws on a number of talented young professional musicians performing regularly in the South Wales and neighbouring areas. Between them they can offer a wide variety of line-ups and the opportunity to invite guest performers to join them.  Joining the BMJ Collective for this performance are rising young stars, saxophonists Dan Newberry and Alex Clarke.


Tai Chi


Monday evenings, 7 - 8pm This practice helps to improve and maintain strength, balance, coordination, flexibility, concentration and breathing. The Li Style Tai Chi is also known as the "Square Yard Short Form" Style, as it's actions can be performed within a small confined area, making it very accessible for all.  In this style, movements are performed slowly, gently and smoothly, immediately helping to improve health and mental wellbeing.

Tai Chi2023-05-04T13:43:42+01:00

Breast Cancer Now


The course takes place on two half day sessions on 9 February and 16 February 2023. The Breast Cancer Now Moving Forward course provides supportive, open conversations in a safe and confidential space for those who have finished their breast cancer treatment.

Breast Cancer Now2022-12-08T12:41:54+00:00
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