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Albert Hall, Llandrindod Wells

The Albert Hall is a theatre in Llandrindod Wells in Powys, Wales.[1] It is a period Victorian building, built when Llandrindod boomed as a spa town, which has retained most of its original features. It hosts a thriving amateur dramatics society, Llandrindod Wells Theatre Company. Work on a major restoration project started in June 2007.[2]

Events include (dates may be subject to change) -

  • June to September - an Old Time Music Hall show, usually on a Thursday evening. Most of the audience is drawn from tourists staying at local hotels, where the show is advertised by the hoteliers.
  • October - Llandrindod Wells Eisteddfod.


External links

  • BBC Photo Tour
  • Welsh Archive Network


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