The Royal Welsh College of Music & Drama is situated in the heart of Cardiff city centre. It overlooks the magnificent Grade I listed Bute Park and the surrounding 19th-century civic buildings. Originally known as Cardiff Castle Stables, the college is an impressive venue surrounded by acres of stunning countryside, ideal for those new Mr & Mrs snaps.
Lovebirds can get married in the Anthony Hopkins Centre, which is made up of two areas: one has space for 85 loved ones for the vows, and the other can hold 60.
The world-class Concert Hall is also available. This large room is capable of holding 250 friends and family for the service.
Alternatively, the Richard Burton Theatre can hold up to 130 nearest and dearest for the ceremony.
For more intimate receptions, up to 50 attendees can be hosted in The Stables.
For larger celebrations, the stunning entrance hall and open-air terrace can be used to accommodate 200 people.
The last space available is the glass-walled Atrium which has a maximum capacity of 300 people for the party. It boasts a private bar, dancing area, cloakroom and a bridge decorated with fairylights.
To find out more visit www.rwcmd.ac.uk
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