New contemporary venue: The Culture and Media Centre CMC@Loudoun Square - due to open 30 April 2012
- Monday, 27 February 2012
The Culture and Media Centre CMC@Loudoun Square is a brand new, fully accessible contemporary space centrally located in Butetown, moments away from Cardiff Bay and close to public transport links to the centre of the city.
This flexible space consists of a large main area that can be divided up to smaller breakout rooms depending on your requirements, a roof terrace with views to the Bay, a separate training suite with projector and screen, a digital video editing suite and a modern fully equipped commercial kitchen. The space is also uniquely equipped with a drop down cinema screen and projector.
For full-day booking of the main area, prices start from just £300. The space is available for conferences, large and small scale training, team building, education and creative workshops and corporate events.
For an additional charge, film screenings can be arranged in the main space, tea and coffee, different room layouts, support with sourcing catering and hire of high spec digital video camera.
Enterprise Units available
In addition to the hireable space in the CMC, there are three large enterprise units available from late April. Conveniently located off Bute Street, these three units offer exceptional affordable space in which to develop your creative business ideas or provide office accommodation. The Units are situated on the 2nd floor in the main atrium within the development with lift access.
The Culture and Media Centre (CMC@Loudoun Square) is owned and managed by Cardiff Community Housing Association and is run on a non-profit making basis. The centre aims to be a gold standard vibrant and creative community hub that the whole community is proud to call their own.
Plas Iona, Butetown, Cardiff CF10 5HW
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