Carmarthen is a community and the county town of Carmarthenshire, Wales. It is sited on the River Towy and lays claim to being the oldest town in Wales.
Carmarthen has a number of surviving heritage attractions including the Roman amphitheatre and medieval castle. The Gwili Railway, a section of the former railway line to Aberystwyth, has been re-opened as a heritage railway for tourists.
Carmarthen has a large proportion of Welsh speakers, is the location of the headquarters of Dyfed-Powys Police, home to Trinity University College Carmarthen as well as the West Wales General Hospital.
Formerly St Peter’s Church House.
Hire charges vary depending on times and facilities required etc. Maximum capacity is 418 for full seating theatre style including use of balcony.
Stage, kitchen, balcony, box office, dressing rooms, bar area, TV/DVD, tables, microphones, sound and lighting equipment, projector screen, heating and internet connection socket
The hall is situated in Carmarthen Town centre just off the end of King St. in Nott Sqaure in between Subway and the Britannia Bank.