The legendary Clwb has broken many a Welsh band since it first opened its doors as a Welsh-language social club in 1983, building a reputation as Cardiff's most important indie music venue. It now hosts bands perfor…
It's not exactly your traditional smoky basement, but this cafe-bar is the city's main jazz venue, with live music every night and disco kicking off after the house band on Saturdays.
Hosts touring and local comics.
Fifteen-screen multiplex at the rear of the St David's complex.
This restored Edwardian playhouse hosts various touring productions, including theatre, musicals and pantomime.
South Wales’ leading theatre company, Sherman stages a wide range of material, from classics and children’s theatre to works by new playwrights.
The National Concert Hall of Wales, this is the home of the Welsh Proms in July and a full roster of classical music performances and comedy throughout the year.
Huge 13-screen multiplex seating nearly 3000 people.
While the big rugby union test matches held next door at Principality provide a more thrilling spectacle, you're more likely to be able to score tickets to a game here in its historic neighbour. It's home to both th…
The students' union hosts regular live gigs by big-name bands, usually of an alternative bent, in its four venues. It also hosts regular comedy, club and quiz nights.