On Sunday, 26 June, a delighted audience at the Clarence Hall was privileged to experience the joy of “Wonderland”, a performance that showcased the talents of Crickhowell’s Dance Beats, with a guest appearance from Toppers School of Dance and Drama.
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. The “Gem” to seek out this month is the floor of the foyer.
David Lewis is a Victorian Melodrama based on local events from the mid 1800s and will be performed on Friday, 30 September and Saturday, 1 October at the Clarence Hall, Crickhowell.
Bingo returns to the Clarence Hall on Thursday, 22 September, with Caller Mike Davies taking to the stage to raise funds for the Clarence Hall’s refurbishment.
Bingo returns to the Clarence Hall on Thursday, 25 August, with Caller Mike Davies taking to the stage to raise funds for the Clarence Hall’s refurbishment.
Michael Lomax’s carpet and rug sale returns to the Clarence Hall from Wednesday, 10 August to Saturday, 13 August 10am-4pm.
The latest initiative in the Crickhowell Celebrates series of events marking the Queen’s Platinum Jubilee, a Celebration Tea, was a testament to how local volunteer organisations can work in partnership for the benefit of the community.
Volunteers’ Week 2022 is a time to say thanks to volunteers for their invaluable contribution and to give recognition to the impact they make in their local communities.
The June 2022 edition of our newsletter has been issued. This includes information on our Fundraising Events and Dates for your Diary.