Where are the best seats in St Davids Hall?

Where are the best seats in St Davids Hall?

Tier 1
Hi, Tier 1 is the better seating area, Tier 11 is higher up but as they’re both the centre of the stage, they’re good seats.

How many seats are in the St David’s Hall Cardiff?

2,000St David’s Hall / Capacity

With an overall capacity of 2,000, the Hall continues to host illustrious events such as Cardiff Singer of the World, the International Concert Series and the Welsh Proms to name just a few.

How many seats are in the new Theatre Cardiff?

1,144New Theatre / Capacity

Do I need a Covid pass for St Davids Hall Cardiff?

Please be aware that as from 18 February 2022, Covid passes are voluntary and no longer a legal requirement for entry to St David’s Hall.

How old is the new Theatre Cardiff?

116New Theatre / Age (c. 1906)

Are dogs allowed in St Davids Centre Cardiff?

St David’s shopping arcade is nearby. Pets are allowed but charges may be applicable.

Do you have to wear a mask in the Theatre in Wales?

From 28 February, the law on wearing face masks has been lifted for theatres in Wales, and masks are no longer mandatory. Your tickets will now usually be emailed to you as e-tickets, which you can either show on your mobile phone or print off at home.

Do I need a Covid pass for Theatre in Wales?

The move comes as the Welsh Government continues to lift some of its remaining coronavirus protections as cases continue to fall. From today, the domestic COVID Pass will no longer be required for entry into indoor or outdoor events and venues, including nightclubs, cinemas, theatres and concert halls.

Is there free parking in Cardiff city centre?

There is no free parking within the half-mile square city centre of Cardiff.

Can dogs go into St Davids Cathedral?

1 answer. Only guide dogs are allowed into the Cathedral.

Do you need a passport for St Davids Hall Cardiff Covid?

Do I still need a Covid pass for cinema in Wales?

Do you have to wear mask in Cardiff?

Face coverings Whilst no longer a legal requirement, we strongly recommend that you continue wear a face covering in health care settings. By wearing a face covering you will be helping to protect others around you particularly those who are vulnerable.