Future Inn Cardiff is a proud sponsor and the official hotel partner of Wales Millennium Centre offering exclusive accommodation packages to Centre visitors.
When you have booked your tickets at The Centre, please ask the team for a promotional code allowing you to book discounted room rates for your hotel stay with us. You get 20% off, and can book online or by phone.
Our 4* quality hotel offers large spacious bedrooms, which can sleep up to four guests. You will also get free parking, free Wi-Fi and all of our other perks during your stay.
With the Wales Millennium Centre located just moments away, our Cardiff Bay hotel is the perfect choice for a theatre break. It is approximately a 10-minute walk to The Centre, with the quickest route cutting through the Red Dragon Centre.
Thomas Restaurant is ideal to fuel up before the event. Every day the team serve breakfast, brunch, lunch, evening a-la-carte or traditional roasts on Sunday. A homemade Taste of Wales Afternoon Tea is served daily between 1pm-5pm from £14 per person, or our set menu offers 3 courses for £20 daily between 5pm-10pm, which is ideal for pre-theatre dining.
A large selection of drinks is also available including popular local brands. Our Welsh drink selection includes Brains beers, Penderyn whiskey and vodka, Benjamin Hall gins, and Cariad wines. Thomas Bar & Restaurant also has an extensive gin and mixer menu, and all of the cocktails £7 each. Of course, there is a wide range of soft drinks, teas and coffees too.
Wales Millennium Centre
Wales Millennium Centre is Wales’ national home for the performing arts in Cardiff Bay and this year will be celebrating their 15th birthday.
One of the UK’s top cultural attractions and home to eight resident partners, this Welsh landmark stages musicals, opera, ballet, circus and contemporary dance alongside the UK’s largest programme of free performances.
The Wales Millennium Centre was created as a stage for Wales, to reflect the spirit of a nation, and become a home for the performing arts.
The design reflects both the natural and industrial landscape of Wales, taking inspiration from the sea-cliffs and steel industry of South Wales and the jagged slate mines found in the north. There is also a nod to the maritime history of Tiger Bay, reflected by the hull-shaped copper-coloured roof that gave rise to the building being known locally as the armadillo.
After years in the planning, it took just two-and-a-half years to complete and was opened by the Queen in 2004 using an ornate steel key that travelled across five continents on a journey of goodwill before unlocking the front door.
29 June - 17 July 2021
Back by popular demand, Les Misérables returns to the Wales Millennium Centre in June and July 2021.
Set in early 19th-century France, Les Misérables is the story of Jean Valjean, a French peasant, and his desire for redemption, after serving 19 years in jail for stealing a loaf of bread for his sister's starving child. Valjean decides to break his parole and start his life anew after a bishop inspires him by a tremendous act of mercy, but he is being tracked down by a police inspector named Javert. Along the way, Valjean and a slew of characters are swept into a revolutionary period in France, where a group called the Friends of the ABC attempt to overthrow the government at a street barricade in Paris.
The original French musical premiered in Paris in 1980 with direction by Robert Hossein. Its English-language adaptation by producer Cameron Mackintosh has been running in London since October 1985, making it the longest-running musical in the West End and the second longest-running musical in the world.