Narberth is a town and community in Pembrokeshire. It was founded around a Welsh court, but later became a Norman stronghold on the Landsker Line. It became the headquarters of the hundred of Narberth and was once a marcher borough. In 2011, the population was 2,150, of which a third are Welsh-speaking. Narberth is close to the A40 trunk road and is on the A478. Narberth railway station is on the main line from Swansea.
Narberth has gained the reputation as a lovely little market town in the east of Pembrokeshire. Independent shops selling a whole range of exquisite items line the high street, from fine art to fine vintage and antique shops. There are award-winning cafes, pubs and restaurants to explore too.
The Queens Hall, Narberth is a charity events venue located in Wales which welcomes a variety of events ranging from music to comedy shows. In addition, the venue hosts a range of classes including Pilates, art exhibitions and creative workshops throughout the week. The Queens Hall is a community venue, run by a board of trustees who aim to have a hall that’s suitable for the whole community and meets the needs of a vast client
Complete with modular staging, modern 12K Line Array PA System and a vast Lighting setup plus supporting dressing rooms backstage for performers and the main hall has a capacity of 400
Other features of the Main Hall
Polished wood floor
Retractable tiered seating
1x Extra Large Projection Screen
1x Large Projection Screen