• Pembrokeshire

  • St. Andrew's Church, Narberth

  • Rhosygilwen

  • Old Town, Narberth

  • Folly Farm


Narberth is home to the A Cappella Voice Festival for Wales. A creative hub situated within the east of Pembrokeshire, Narberth has a reputation as a bright and bustling town with a warm and lively community.

Narberth is renowned for its unique array of boutique shops, cafes and delis, vintage and antique shops and boasts a strong creative community. Traditionally a market town made up of multi coloured Edwardian and Georgian buildings, Narberth is highly sought out by both locals and tourists in and around Pembrokeshire.

The Queens Hall
High Street, Narberth, Pembrokeshire, SA67 7AS.

The 2017 festival will be held at The Queens Hall in Narberth. The Queens Hall is a community hall with a long history as a live gig venue.

Bethesda Chapel
High Street, Narberth, Pembrokeshire, SA67 7AS.

On the right hand side down the High Street, along an alley entrance between The Welsh Farmhouse Company shop and the Spar supermarket.

Castle School
Narberth, Pembrokeshire, SA67 8HB.

At Sodston, across the A40 at the top of Redstone Road, 500m on right.

St Andrews Church
Church Street, Narberth, Pembrokeshire, SA67 7BH

St Andrews Church is a beautiful Anglican Parish within the heart of Narberth. The Church has excellent acoustics, providing the perfect backdrop to the festivals final performance, Cordydd.

Family friendly/accessibility
All venues used for events are fully accessible to disabled visitors. If you do require further information or any arrangements please do not hesitate to contact the relevant box office.