Box Office opening times
Monday- Saturday 10.00am – 8.00pm
Sunday – 1 hour prior to start of event – 8.00pm
Café Torch is open under Catering Manager Lisa Canton
The Café will be open prior to all live shows, films and events; offering a delicious day menu, evening specials, a self-service counter and a trendy nibbles and drinks bar
Café Torch opening times
Café Torch is open from Monday to Saturday from 10.00am serving coffee and cakes, lunch is served from 12.00pm until 2.30pm.
Evening bar and food service from 5.30pm to the start of the last performance.
For all other films and events, Café Torch will be open one hour before the film or performance.
Sunday opening – Café Torch is open from 3.15pm to the start of the last film event of the day.
Remember you don’t have to be using the cinema to enjoy our cafe.
Afternoon teas, children parties, buffets, private dining by arrangement, please contact Lisa on 01646 696086, mobile 07792 160978 or email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Café Torch offers disabled access with FREE WiFi available.
The Theatre Terrace Bar is open one hour prior to cinema and live shows and during intervals for all live shows and broadcasts.
Please click on the links below to view the new cafe menus.
Below is our evening pre-theatre menu, available throughout July 2017.
Below is our evening pre-theatre menu, available throughout August 2017.
You can purchase tickets for any live show or cinema screening in advance via our online Box Office here.
Booking on this website is open 24 hours a day, 7 days a week – and you can purchase tickets right up until 2 hours before the scheduled performance time.
Alternatively call our box office during opening hours on 01646 695267.
There is Free Wi-Fi in all public spaces at the Torch.
The Torch has 2 main performances venues, a gallery space and a dance studio.
The Main House at the Torch Theatre seats 297 people and hosts live theatre and both 3D and digital cinema and live broadcast screenings. There are 4 wheelchair spaces in the main auditorium and 2 further wheelchair spaces in a private box. The venue is fully air-conditioned and has an Infrared hearing assist system and audio description facilities.
The Studio Theatre is a comfortable and intimate environment, with 102 retractable seats. It is fully air conditioned with up to 2 wheelchair spaces, infra red hearing assist system, audio description facilities and is also fully equipped for live shows and film, with the latest 7.1 Dolby Digital Surround Sound with 3D capabilities.
Sitting alongside Café Torch the Joanna Field Gallery is a completely free exhibition space featuring the best of Pembrokeshire’s vibrant arts scene alongside work from further afield. Exhibitions change on a regular basis. For a full list of forthcoming exhibitions click here.
The Junction is the Torch Theatre’s new rehearsal space and dance studio. Complete with a fully sprung dance floor, ballet barres and mirrors this space is available for community hires. Click here to get in touch.
Ever wondered how a theatre works? Want to know what goes on behind the scenes? Well with our backstage theatre tour you’ll be able to see for yourself how the magic of live theatre is made.
Theatre tours for schools and community groups can be arranged through our education team. Please email email@example.com for further information.
For all other tour enquiries please email firstname.lastname@example.org
The Torch Theatre is located in the beautiful West Wales county of Pembrokeshire, which is Wales’ most popular coastal destination.
As well as many cultural activities here at the Torch or with our friends at the Queen’s Hall in Narberth or Theatr Gwaun in Fishguard Pembrokeshire is also packed full of activities for everyone to enjoy.
If you haven’t been to the area before and want to find out more about this amazing part of the world click here: http://www.visitpembrokeshire.com
The Torch Theatre regularly offers discounted Family Tickets at family friendly events.
There are baby-changing facilities available which are located near the Cafe and Gallery. Highchairs are also available in Café Torch.
Wheelchair Access and Low Mobility?
There is a lift to all floors, including the Theatre Bar, Café Torch and the Joanna Field Gallery. There are wheelchair accessible toilets on each floor. Wheelchair spaces are available in both performance spaces. We can store wheelchairs and also have one available for loan for patrons transferring to seats. If you have low mobility, we suggest you book rows P, L, M and N (auditorium left) for easier access to the Main House and lift, and rows C, D and E (auditorium left) in the Studio. Please inform the Box Office of your requirements when booking your tickets.
Guide dogs for visually impaired people are welcome in the theatre. We can offer seats on the end of the row to make your visit easier. Please inform Box Office when booking your ticket and ask for information on any special effects that might affect the comfort of your dog during the production.
Some performances and screenings in our season are Audio Described for those that may not be able to see everything that is happening on the stage.
Audio description is a live commentary, by trained describers, interspersed with the actor’s dialogue. The description starts 15 minutes before a performance or screenings with details of the set, scenery, characters for live theatre and any other relevant details for film.
Description is relayed via a discreet headset linked to the infra-red audio system. Headsets can be collected from Box Office.
Deaf and Hard of Hearing?
Hearing dogs are welcome in the theatre. We can offer seats on the end of the row to make your visit easier. Please inform Box Office when booking your ticket and ask for information on any special effects that might affect the comfort of your dog during the production.
The Box Office is fitted with a DDA compliant portable induction loop system. Both theatre spaces are equipped with an infra-red hearing system to be used with headsets, available from the Box Office.
We also programme regular subtitled screenings.
Disabled car parking
Disabled badge holders may park in the designated bays in front of the Theatre. Alternative parking is situated in the Lower Charles Street car park less than 50 metres from the Theatre and Robert Street, less than 200 metres from the Theatre.