A strikingly contemporary building in the heart of Cardiff City Centre and with easy access.

The Royal Welsh College of Music & Drama is the National Conservatoire of Wales. It contributes to the cultural identify of Cardiff (Caerdydd) and of Wales and attracts some of the most gifted students from around the World.

World class performance and technical facilities in this conservatoire setting.

This venue has played host to the most demanding of guests from NATO and the UEFA Championship League; from BBC Young Musician and BBC television series Doctor Who. It is fitting that clients of this calibre return to the home of Welsh stage and drama time and time again.

Best-in-class in-house team help to deliver truly outstanding performances in this iconic space.

The in-house team have built a deserved reputation on the back of truly outstanding delivery. From intimate personal celebrations to global broadcasts and exciting – and exacting – international meetings and events, the team rises to the highest standards of professional event planning and technical support.

The Royal Welsh College is dedicated to supporting the creative industries and live performance sector in Wales. This venue will have real appeal to those working in or supporting the creative industries and hire of the venue goes towards supporting the vision and mission of the College. Hosting your meeting or event here will give many attendees a rare opportunity to visit the College.

Dora Stoutzker Hall takes up to 400 delegates: the Richard Burton Theatre a further 180. 10 state-of-the-art breakout and meeting rooms add smaller spaces into the mix. But it is the three-story high, glass-walled foyer that has the real wow factor that can host up to 500 for a reception, offering majestic views over the city parkland towards Cardiff Castle.

With over 600 students on-site, the College hosts a packed programme of performing arts year-round.

An impressive who’s who list of alumni includes Richard Burton, Eve Myles, Anthony Hopkins, Rob Brydon, Dougray Scott, Ruth Jones and more.


  • Total number of meeting rooms: 10
  • Theatre: 350
  • Boardroom: 60
  • Classroom: 80
  • Cabaret: 60
  • Banquet: 200
  • Drinks reception: 400


Find out more about the Royal Welsh College of Music and Drama.

E-mail Janet.Smith@rwcmd.ac.uk or call +44 (0)2920 391376

Hall set up with round dining tables, looking onto green parkland with floor to ceiling windows.
People on settees in a foyer adorned with dark wood and large windows.

Royal Welsh College of Music and Drama meeting spaces 

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