Swansea Grand Theatre

Swansea Grand Theatre

Get tickets for amazing shows at the historical Swansea Grand Theatre

Swansea Grand Theatre, located in the heart of Swansea, South Wales, is a historic venue renowned for its cultural and architectural significance.

What's on at Swansea Grand:

  • Get tickets here for In The Night Garden, and enjoy a fun day at the theatre with your little ones!

Opened in 1897, this Edwardian theatre has a rich heritage, showcasing a diverse range of performances from drama and dance to comedy and musicals.

The theatre's opulent interior, featuring ornate plasterwork and a stunning proscenium arch, reflects its storied past while providing a modern stage for contemporary productions.

As a cultural hub, Swansea Grand Theatre not only hosts local and touring shows but also serves as a community cornerstone, fostering artistic expression and engagement across generations.

Enjoy a bite at the Swansea Grand

Why not enjoy a drink or a bite with the performance!

The Malthouse Cafe brings you the best local flavours with fresh ground Gower Coffee, GG's Gelato, popcorn and slushies, alcoholic bottled drinks and a range of confectioneries all available until the interval of your show!

Get tickets now for an amazing theatre experience at Swansea Grand. Tickets are delivered instantly via email and SMS!

36a Singleton Street,
Swansea SA1 3QN
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How To Find Us

By Car:

The theatre’s address is Singleton Street, Swansea, SA1 3QJ.
The nearest car parks are:Quadrant Multi Storey Car Park on Wellington Street (SA1 3QR).
An open-air pay-and-display car park on Singleton Street in front of the theatre (limited spaces, including disabled parking bays).
More Swansea car parks can be found here.

By Rail:

Swansea Train Station is situated on High Street.
From there, you can take a regular bus service to the Quadrant Bus Station, which is right next to the theatre.
Alternatively, you can walk from the train station:Walk past The Grand Hotel down High Street.
Continue straight ahead at the crossing (by the carpet shop) until you reach the castle on your left and Castle Square on your right.
Cross at the pedestrian crossing and walk straight on.
McDonald’s will be on your left.
Head down the pedestrianized area (Oxford Street) until you reach the Eli Jenkins pub.
Turn left onto Plymouth Street.
With the bus station and Wilko ahead, turn right, and the theatre entrance will be in front of you.

By Bus or Coach:

Swansea Bus Station (Quadrant) is conveniently located directly behind the theatre.

  • Parking
  • Bar/Pub
  • Toilets
  • Hearing System
  • Wheelchair Access
  • Accessible toilet and changing facilities

Yes! They have a lift in the Box Office foyer that provides access to all floors including the Grand Circle in the main auditorium and the Arts Wing Depot Theatre. There is level access for wheelchair users into the stalls and the Malthouse Bar and Restaurant.

They also have a number of armless seats available for easy access as well as spaces for wheelchair users and companions in the stalls and in the Grand Circle. There are also wheelchair spaces available in the Arts Wing.

There is also an accessible toilet on the ground floor near the Malthouse, one in the Arts Wing and a Changing Places toilet with hoist near the Box Office.

Yes! They have a number of blue badge spaces are available in the pay and display car park on Singleton Street opposite the theatre. The main theatre entrance has a large drop off area.

Only assistance dogs are welcome through the whole building.

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