From Thursday 9 September 2021, Wales Millennium Centre will fully reopen to customers and the public.
Staff at the centre are continuing to prepare gradually and safely for this date to ensure that audiences, performers, crew, staff and volunteers are as safe as possible while emerging from the pandemic.
This outcome is to be ready to present shows without social distancing in the 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, there is a programme of activity for a range of audiences, including the socially distanced Cabaret Season, Your Voice: An Exhibition, Butetown Carnival, and the Teras street food and bar which is open daily.
Visitors to the Centre will notice there are currently undergoing some changes within the building to improve the facilities, and these will be completed in the months ahead.
Wales Millennium Centre ask customers to remain considerate to our 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.