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Park & Dare

HOW TO FIND THE PARK & DARE TREORCHY 

From the east using the M4:  

Leave the M4 at junction 32, and then take the A470 to Pontypridd.  From there, follow signs marked Rhondda Valleys.  (Please note: after coming out of Porth, at the mini-roundabout that has the Apollo Hotel Pub on the left corner – take the first exit (left)).

From the west using the M4:

Leave the M4 at junction 34, then take the A4119 and follow signs to the Rhondda Valleys and Treorchy, on the A4058.

Once in Treorchy, at the traffic light junction that has The Stag pub on the left, turn left onto the A4061 for Cwmparc (Station Road), and the theatre is on the right, just over the bridge.  Turn the next right into Dyfodwg Street and then immediately left to get to the free car park behind Treorchy Library.

Parking

Free parking is available in the Treorchy Library car park at the front of the Park & Dare


Park & Dare Opening Hours.

Tuesday – Friday 2.00pm – 5.00pm
In Person: during the Box Office Opening Times listed above
By Telephone on 03000 040 444 Tuesday – Friday 11.00am – 5.00pm

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