Monthly Archives: April 2022

Clarence Hall Gems – No. 1

The Clarence Hall is not only a lovely old building, but it is also a classic example of Victorian architecture and decor.  Over the next few months, we’ll look at several of the “Clarence Hall Gems”, as we call them, courtesy of Hall Trustee and Director, David Jeremiah.

Torfaen Arts returns to the Clarence Hall

After an absence of two years, the Crickhowell Open Studios event returns over the Jubilee Weekend, 2-5 June 2022, with the Clarence Hall hosting Torfaen Arts, a diverse group of both amateur and professional artists living within Torfaen.

‘Crickhowell Stands With Ukraine’ Music & Entertainment Festival

Join us at the Clarence Hall, Crickhowell on Saturday, 7 May for the ‘Crickhowell Stands with Ukraine’ Music & Entertainment Festival. 

Persian Rug Sale

Michael Lomax’s carpet and rug sale returns to the Clarence Hall from Wednesday, 11 May to Saturday, 14 May 10am-4pm.

Narnia Trail around Crickhowell

On Easter Saturday, 16 April, join this fun event for all the family based on C.S. Lewis’s book “The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe”.

Clarence Hall Newsletter, April 2022

The April 2022 edition of our newsletter has been issued.  This includes information on our Fundraising Events and Dates for your Diary.

Lunch-time Recital Programme

Supporting local performing artists, the Clarence Hall lunch-time Recital Programme continues on Saturday, 2 July 2022 from 12.30-1.30pm, with Rusty Recorders.

A Concert with The Band of the Prince of Wales

Celebrating The Queen’s Platinum Jubilee, a Concert with the Band of the Prince of Wales at the Clarence Hall, Crickhowell on Saturday, 21 May at 7.00 pm.

Monthly Bingo!

Bingo returns to the Clarence Hall on Thursday, 19 May 2022, with Caller Mike Davies taking to the stage to raise funds for the Clarence Hall’s refurbishment.

Crickhowell & District History Society

Join Crickhowell & District History Society at the Clarence Hall Crickhowell on Wednesday, 18 May, 7.30pm-9pm. Brian Davies will be discussing “Islands in the Channel, Flat Holme, Steep Holme, Caldy and Lundy”.

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