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Centre of Culture Aberdyfi West Wales




Thanks to a £250,000 grant from Welsh Governments Community facility Programwe have a a new aluminium roof onto the main hall with 200mm extra insulation improving thermal and acoustic efficiency of our building.

Laminated directly onto the roof are BIPVco Flextron solar pannels Products - BiPVco -The Building Integrated Photovoltaic Company providing ( on a sunny day) 27 KW of renewable energy reducing our running costs. These are now conected and producing energy

The Neuadd Dyfi is fully open for bookings


Aberdyfi Community Projects is trying to buy the Aberdyfi Post Office and Penrhos Garage business. This is an important building for the Village and the Neuadd Dyfi  

Here are the results of the 2021 Aberdyfi Community Needs Survey

To read them in English  Click HERE

To Read them in Welsh Click HERE

This is just the start of the process  If you would like further information email us



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A New initiative every Friday


The Gates Project

This is the start of producing a special garden space behind the Neuadd Dyfi. We now have the funding to commision two bespoke gates. One near Pont y Brycs and the other by the side path

Many thanks for the fantastic support with funding from





Aberdyfi Advertising and improvements

Richard Roberts and Richard Williams trust Funds


Cronfa Cymunedol Eryri Community Grant and Grantiau Prosiectau Cymunedol– CommunityProjects Grant


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Tai Chi and dance fit are currently on hold for the moment

to be put on the call list contact Sandy


Tai Chi - Wednesday 2-3pm

Dance Fitness- Tuesday 10-10.30am

Dance Fitness - Thursday 10-10.30am

Phone Sandy on 0779 0045445 or email sandy


Aberdyfi TOTS is up and running again . Covid safe play sessions for parents and Todlers age 0 to 2.5 years

contact for details






Contact:- booking 01654767251

Chair 01654767251 or 07977943249

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Diary of Cultural events See below

Green Green our heatings green

Big thanks to Rural Community Development Fund and the AAI who have funded 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 went out to tender on the Sell2Wales website early July

So it is goodbye to all of this

Heating system now up and running....Wonderful!

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

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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

These are as important as ever and despite Covid-19 are scheduled to happen

None scheduled at the moment


hopefully soon


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.

Places available

Running in the Neuadd Dyfi in Autumn2023

For details Click Here

Aberdyfi Art Society

H0ld Held their exhibition this summer 28th July to 4th of August it was a great sucess

They normally meet every first and 3rd Tuesday in the month 10am till about 2 pm


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Diary of Cultural events

Mid Wales Opera are back on the road with the sixth of their critically acclaimed SmallStages productions. This time it's Berlioz's hilarious Beatrice and Benedict , based on Shakespeare's much loved Much Ado About Nothing .

Sung and spoken in English

Beatrice and Benedict are both determined to stay single. Beatrice is a woman who despises men (especially Benedict) and Benedict can't abide women (particularly Beatrice). That is until their friends plot to bring them together and they both ‘accidentally' overhear whispers of each other's unrequited passion; the spark of love is ignited by gossip and quickly becomes a blazing wildfire.

Berlioz's final opera sets to music the wild and illogical whirlwind of falling in love, bringing a rich warmth of invention to Shakespeare that virtually no other composer has achieved. Indeed, Berlioz's life-long passion for Shakespeare is evident throughout his miraculous score, radiant with love and sparkling with energy, and including the famous central nocturne duet, perhaps the most beautiful thing Berlioz ever wrote.

MWO's production features six singers and four musicians, with an English singing translation by Amanda Holden, together with Shakespeare's original texts adapted by Richard Studer and a new chamber arrangement by Jonathan Lyness.

Friday October 20th at 7.30



Dates for your Diaries Aberdyfi Players Production
Once upon a time in Pantoland will be performed

Saturday 27th January matinee and evening
Sunday 28th January matinee
Friday 2nd February Evening
Saturday 3rd Feb matinee and evening
Tickets will go on sale early December

Tickets on sale early December


Mid winter evening of fun. Dancing to the legenary Back Room Band

Past Events




The Syrian Baker

Sunday 16th October Book Here

With almost 5% of the world's population on the move, desperate to get away from trouble, this is a story of two people deciding to go home despite the state of their country.

Written by Kevin Dyer, this show is a human story about coming home, knowing where you belong and how small actions can make a big difference in one's life and in re-building a community. It is a piece about humanity, hope and courage told with affection, irrepressible humour and bread - because without bread nothing else will happen - this is about how we all have so much more in common than we realise.

From the company that brought you Brilliance and The Iranian Feast , Farnham Maltings has created a new play about the world for village halls. Expect an evening in the company of friends with stories, freshly made bread, Syrian coffee and Mamoull like the ones from the Caffe Plaza in Homs old town.

Age Guidance: 10+
Running Time: 65mins no interval
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The UK's leading under-30s orchestra

A new generation of live music.

Sinfonia Cymru is not your average orchestra. We like to do things differently. Sticking to the rule book and following the crowd? It simply isn't for us. For a start, all our players are under 30. Many of them take the helm and lead our projects, dancing between classical and modern styles, exploring their creativity and challenging norms. We put some of the most talented, professional musicians in the UK on the stage they deserve, so that they can build their careers and develop their musicianship.  In return, they bring a special spark to their music-making, creating performances bursting with energy, excitement and power. This is music the way it's meant to be experienced. Links WebsiteTwitter



Mainly Village Halls Project

“Mainly Village Halls”,aims to bring professional classical music to community venues across rural Wales,

The performance lasted around an hour and was a delight

a string quartet performed a range of short pieces that – Tickets to the performance were free.

May 4th19:30 Performance (1 hour)



This second chance to see this great show

was well attended and enjoyed by all 12th February at 7.30an early Valentines day



Zaffiro. Nicolas et Stephanie.

When a green-eyed singer-accordionist meets a French (sorry, Breton) bald double-bassist obsessed with the dorian mode somewhere in a remote part of Wales over their shared love of languages, only one thing can happen, the birth of a musical duo called Zaffiro.

Zaffiro explores music from around the globe with a unique combination of voice, accordion and double bass (with occasional mandolin, flute, and bodhran playing too). ‘
‘This evening Zaffiro will be performing solely French repertoire…and a few Breton pieces too all served with French wine and cheese brought to your table.' 



Circus Raj was Back Last summer

23rd August


Last seen in Aberdyfi


Message to Aberdyfi


is a playful, honest and heartfelt piece of storytelling that blurs reality with a kaleidoscopic dreamscape of animation and film (by Bear Thompson), underscored with original music performed live by John Biddle. It's a show about love, creativity and finding the courage to explore the past, in order to shape the future.

Shôn Dale-Jones' new show was going to be all about love. But what do you do when you're writing a show all about love, and everything goes dark? You find a new story. A story with scones after midnight, family WhatsApp groups and Grandmaster Flash. Possible is a playful, honest and heartfelt piece of theatre that combines storytelling with original music, animation and film. It's a show about love, connection and finding the courage to explore the past, in order to shape the future. 'As intimate as livestreamed theatre can be.' **** (Guardian)

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Completion of the purchase of the hall took place on the 15th of October 2009!Governing Document has been registered with the Charity Commissionland registration and vesting in the official custodian for charities is now complete.

See the document here


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