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Centre of Culture Aberdyfi West Wales

Green Green our heatings green

Big thanks to Rural Community Development Fund and the AAI who are funding the installation of a ground source system with heat recovery and all sorts of whistles and bells. Ventillation for the studio warm air system for the main hall.

this will be going out to tender on the Sell2Wales website early July

So it will be goodbye to all of this

Hopefully all installed by the end of November 2017

For many events tickets can be bought on line

go to our little box office


Tickets can be printed or brought on mobile phones etc. any problems email


Diary of Cultural events See below

A simple exterior but you will find the inside full of suprises

Take a look at what we do

To upcoming events

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A community hall, conference centre and theatre on the west coast of Wales

The Neuadd Dyfi is situated in the picturesque village of Aberdyfi on the west coast of Wales. The hall is available as a venue for a wide variety of functions.

See below a recent wedding transformation

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Blood donation sessions- Neuadd Dyfi

Wednesday 26th of July (15:00- 18:00)
Wednesday 22nd of November (15:00- 18:00)

Please call 0800 25 22 66 or visit to book an appointment, for more inforation about blood donation or to enrol as a blood donor.
One donation can save or improve 3 lives.
If giving is in your blood, please help.

To be run in the Neuadd Dyfi starting in the Autumn

For details Click Here

Aberdyfi Art Society

Exhibition 26th July to 2nd August 2017 in the Studio

September 18th Evening Demonstration by Amanda Hoskins from the Newlyn School of Art followed by a workshop next day

Go Here for details


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Diary of Cultural events

30th July Three Half Pints in Three musketeersThe seventeenth century has never been so silly! Chaos, mayhem and stupidity reign supreme as children’s comedy trio the Three Half Pints swish their swords, buff their boots and flourish their feathers in their most ridiculous adventure yet!
Will they defeat the dastardly evil-doers? Will they save the damsel in distress? Will they actually read the book before writing the show? Fresh from Justin’s House and Spot Bots, join the CBeebies’ favourites in a hilarious new slapstick adventure of chivalry, swordplay and suddenly falling over. “high jinks come thick and fast .. hilarity to the point of exhaustion” The Stage “exuberant slapstick silliness and great fun for the whole family” – MumsnetMost suitable for ages 5 and over

10th August Allan yn y fan Celtic Music from Wales

Since their formation in 1996 Allan Yn Y Fan has carved out a reputation as one of Wales' foremost traditional bands, with an impressive catalogue of concert, festival and recorded work, as well as a number of European tours to their credit.

The multi-instrumental sextet, as famed now for their 'beautiful vocals' as for their “fiery instrumentals”, breathe new life into the traditional songs and music of Wales as well as writing their own tunes inspired by their homeland and travels.

Internationally Allan Yn Y Fan has performed twice at Festival Interceltique Lorient in Brittany, played concerts in France, Ireland, Luxembourg, Switzerland and had several successful tours to the Czech Republic and Germany.

Festival appearances in the UK include Glasgow's Celtic Connections (twice), Trowbridge Village Pump, Bromyard, Beverley, Fylde, Middlewich Folk & Boat, Tredegar House, Fire in the Mountain, Fishguard Folk Festival as well as the world-famous Llangollen International Eisteddfod.

20th August at 7.30 Aberdovey's got talent


Back for the third year running


Fund raising for local charities

29 September A touch of Mrs Robinson by

Fiona CoffeyA touch of Mrs Robinson is a new musical cabaret inspired by the woman who seduced The Graduate and became a legend in her own leopard print. With a stylish selection of jazz numbers and Sixties pop songs from artists such as Cilla Black, Dusty Springfield, Burt Bacharach and the Kinks, Fiona Coffey invites you to explore Mrs Robinson’s journey from college girl, to embittered 50s housewife, to suburban swinger. What made Mrs Robinson seduce a boy half her age? Was she bored? Depraved? Lusty by nature? Or, did the affair with Ben kick start a desperate bid for freedom? A witty, provocative and uplifting show featuring a fabulous live band with top London cabaret artist, Michael Roulston, as Musical Director. View highlights

27 October A View from the Edge by 'Owdyado Theatre Company


Featuring sharp wit, quick pace and a heavy dose of noir style; A View from the Edge also borrows from cult filmmakers Charlie Kaufman and David Lynch. A View from the Edge is a highly original show that will not only delight and intrigue but will keep you guessing until the end.

Pay attention. It’s about to get weird


18 November 2017 William Walton's The Bear by Mid Wales Opera Canolbarth Cymru

Directed and designed by MWO’s Artistic Director Richard Studer, The Bear is performed by three singers and five musicians with no conductor, in a new performing edition by MWO’s Music Director Jonathan Lyness with permission from Oxford University Press and the William Walton Trust.

Written in 1967 and celebrating it’s 50th anniversary next year The Bear combines entertainment, comedy, parody and great tunes.

Based on Anton Chekov’s play of the same name the opera tells the tale of a widow, Mme Popova, unendingly mourning the death of her husband until the arrival of the rough­-hewn yet charismatic land agent, Smirnov (the “bear” of the title) demanding payment of debts. Passions run high and their sparring culminates in a duel during which the two appear to have fallen unexpectedly in love.

The Bear lasts one hour and is sung in English. Each performance will conclude with an informal presentation of operatic excerpts performed by both musicians and singers, tailor-­- made for each venue, with refreshments and the opportunity for informal discussion and chat with the performers.



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Many thanks to the following for their support over the years


For various documents and project details


A thankyou to the Arts Council of Wales

See the 2008/9 accounts here

See 2008 Minutes here

See the business plan here

Contact us for details

Gift aid form

Charity name is "Neuadd Dyfi" Send this to Des George Brynteg 1Aber Villas Argoed rd Aberdyfi LL35 0HR


Completion of the purchase of the hall took place on the 15th of October 2009!

Governing Document has been registered with the Charity Commission

land registration and vesting in the official custodian for charities is now complete.

See the document here


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