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The Amateur Dramatic Group Cardigan Theatre, was originally founded back in 1975 By John & Sue Leeman . Over the following years the group came on in leaps and bounds until they decided they wanted to do more for Cardigan Town then just put on plays.
The mission hall had already been purchased by the group at this point, and the group decided to extend their existing building to house a small studio theatre, but they failed in their bid to obtain the extra land needed. Later, the idea of using the old slaughterhouse was put forward by Anthony Stephens, this idea was taken into consideration. so they negotiated an exchange deal with the council. By exchanging the mission hall for the slaughterhouse at a peppercorn rent, the deal was done. Members of the group then started the hard work of transforming the old slaughterhouse into a single auditorium theatre, now known as Theatr Mwldan.
To this day we are still putting on 3 shows a year.
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