Written by on 11th August 2021

The Wales Millenium Centre have confirmed that it will be back open to the public from Thursday 9th September.

The Arts centre, which is based in Cardiff Bay say that they are continuing to prepare gradually and safely for this date to keep audiences, performers, crew, staff and volunteers as safe as possible as we emerge from the pandemic.

This means that they will be ready to present shows without social distancing in the much-loved Donald Gordon Theatre from 9 September for Welsh National Opera’s Autumn Season, with
The Barber of Seville and Madam Butterfly. Customers for these performances, previously advertised as socially distanced, will be contacted directly with further details.

Throughout the summer, they have a programme of activity for a range of audiences, including our socially distanced Cabaret Season, Your Voice: An Exhibition, Butetown Carnival, and the
Teras street food and bar which is open daily.

Customers are asked to remain considerate to staff and to continue to exercise caution by wearing face masks in our performance spaces and when walking around the building, in line with Welsh Government recommendations.

For further information about what’s going on visit:

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