The Royal Welsh College of Music and Drama
The Royal Welsh College of Music & Drama is set in the grounds of Cardiff Castle, bordering one of the largest and most beautiful parks in the UK.
Our first is the stunning former Cardiff Castle stables with its historic courtyard and beautiful tree-lined entrance with the castle in view.
The second is our magnificent contemporary glass atrium and open-air terrace overlooking the park – a fabulous back-drop for your photographs and champagne reception - it is also a stunning location for your wedding breakfast and evening celebrations. This leads to an outstanding concert hall and theatre – perfect for a ceremony with a dramatic difference!
Will we have exclusive use?
Yes, certainly! We also employ door staff on your behalf.
Who will supply our catering?
Our Catering Manager will discuss your ideal menu and can suggest ideas to inspire you. We supply
all tables, chairs, cutlery, crockery and linen.
Does the college have a bar?
Yes, we have a fully stocked bar, which is licensed to serve until 1.30am.
Can we supply our own drinks?
Yes, and our corkage is only charged on consumption and covers all glassware and serving staff.
Can you supply live musicians?
A wide range, from quartets to jazz bands, are available from our unique ‘Hire a Performer’ scheme.
Will you help us with the technical arrangements?
Our experienced technical team can create bespoke lighting and sound effects for your ceremony, reception and party.
Is there any parking?
We have spaces for blue-badge holders and there are large car parks adjacent the College (free after 8pm).
What do these fabulous venues cost?
Booking our venues includes our dedicated and experienced Wedding Manager to help you plan your dream wedding within your budget. The venues are charged on an hourly basis and our price list includes lots of creative options so you can make your day as individual as you are.