Catrin Finch Centre
Glyndŵr University's £3m state-of-the-art conference and performance centre opened its doors in March 2009.
Offering unparalleled ultra-modern facilities with high-tech audio and visual technology, the Catrin Finch Centre is ideal for conferences, meetings, exhibitions and receptions, and for small scale theatre productions, plays and smaller music events.
The centre takes its name from renowned Welsh harpist Catrin Finch.
One of the world’s leading exponents of her craft, she was awarded a Robarts Fellowship by Glyndŵr University and in 2009 performed a special concert to officially open the centre.
The Catrin Finch Centre's facilities are available for external hire. For more details please visit our conferences and events hire web pages.