All Saints Church
Set in the heart of Penarth, All Saints Church was built by the Earl of Plymouth in 1892 on the site of previously used as the town’s cricket and rugby facilities. The original building was destroyed in a German bombing raid in 1943 and the current church re-opened in 1955.
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BBC Hoddinott Hall
In addition to offering probably the most sophisticated orchestral rehearsal and studio provision in Britain, Hoddinott Hall (based within Wales Millennium Centre) has established itself as a popular venue in its own right – regularly hosting concerts by BBC National Orchestra of Wales.
Wales Millennium Centre
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The most complete and impressive Norman church in South Wales and one of the finest examples of a fortified church building in Europe. It was completed by 1126 and in 1141 it became a priory of the Benedictine Abbey of St Peter, Gloucester.
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Penarth Pier Pavilion
The pavilion opened in 1930 and acted as a venue for traditional seaside entertainments as well as a concert hall. Since 2011 a major restoration project has restored the art deco splendour of the building which now hosts a cinema, café, observatory and multi-purpose community space.
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Built in 1973, the Sherman Theatre was named after Harry Sherman, the co-founder of Sherman’s Football Pools, who financed the construction. The venue was completely modernised between 2010 – 12, resulting in a distinctive new metal-clad façade.
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St David's Hall
The national concert hall of Wales was recently listed among the top ten concert halls in the world and has the distinction of being the most televised concert hall in the world. Opened in 1982, the venue presents a busy diary of live entertainment ranging from classical music to comedy and light entertainment.
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Eastern Shelter, Barry Island
A major regeneration project along Barry Island’s Eastern Promenade has resulted in the renovation of the Edwardian Eastern Shelter along with the construction of new gardens and a row of colourful beach huts which will be used as market stalls for local artists and crafts people.