An arts centre and business hub

The Metropole in Abertillery is a community arts, culture and business centre providing services to the community of Abertillery and surrounding areas. All of our staff are Dementia Friendly Trained and the venue is completely accessible.

13th September 2019

Hospice of the Valleys presents
A night of standup comedy!

A night of stand-up comedy with our headline act Tanyalee Davis, as seen on Live At The Apollo, The John Bishop Show & The Last Leg!

6th - 9th August 2019

AYDMS Seniors Section
Chicago The Musical

AYDMS Senior Section bring the sexy, sensual and sultry Chicago to the Metropole stage!

17th - 19th July 2019

AYDMS Juniors
The Little Mermaid Jr

Journey "under the sea" with Ariel and her aquatic friends in Disney's The Little Mermaid JR….


Business facilities

The perfect venue for your meetings, conferences and performances …

Fridays 11am-1pm

Weekly Tea Dances

Learn to dance, make friends and enjoy a cup of tea and a Welsh cake - £4.00 per person

Coming soon to The Met…

6th - 9th August 2019

AYDMS Seniors - Chicago

AYDMS Senior Section bring the sexy, sensual and sultry Chicago to the Metropole stage! In roaring twenties Chicago, chorine Roxie Hart murders a faithless lover more

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4th - 5th September 2019

AYDMS - Backwards Broadway

Backwards Broadway is a musical celebration where men sing songs originally written for women and vice versa. The concert will celebrate some of musical more

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11th September 2019

Charity Concert in aid of Guide Dogs For The Blind Association

We are delighted to welcome Abertillery Ladies Orpheus Choir and special guest artists to The Met to perform in this special concert in aid of Guide Dogs for the Blind more

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An arts venue with modern conference facilities in a beautiful and historic setting...

A unique blend of the traditional and the ultra modern, The Met (as it is known locally) has stood at the heart of the community of Abertillery for over 100 years. Originally known as the Metropole Theatre and Dance Hall, it has had a significant role in the history of Abertillery since it's construction in 1892, and has always been recognised as a hub in the cultural life of the community.

The Met is recognised as the centre for cultural events, activities and performances in Abertillery, as well as operating as a successful conference and meeting venue.

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