The Queens Hall occupies a prominent position in the High Street of Narberth, a bustling Pembrokeshire market town, with a conveniently situated large car park adjacent to the hall.
The Queens Hall Narberth is a charity run by a small team of trustees as a community run complex, ideal for business, arts and entertainment. It consists of the Hall, two floors of meeting rooms, serviced by lift (making the whole building wheelchair friendly), Galleries and Sospan Fach Café.
Sospan Fach aims to be at the hub of community life, whether you wish to drop in for a coffee or stay for a full meal, you will find something delicious to tempt all tastes.
Queens Hall Gallery normally houses three exhibitions each month, showing work from new and established artists. The main exhibition is in the gallery itself. A smaller gallery, Oriel Fach, is a showcase for ceramics, sculptures and installations. There is a separate exhibition of photographs which is changed monthly along with a selection of art books, contemporary fiction and poetry for sale.
Performances at Queens Hall include live bands, comedy gigs, plays, dance and film nights. For the full programme of events, information and news, please take a look at The Queens Hall Narberth website.