A Space to Create

More info on the project:

As things stand it’s looking pretty unlikely that we will be seeing theatre on our stage any time soon - we just don’t have what we need to make that a reality. What we do have however is room for you to make. That's why we're opening up our doors to the artists of Cardiff FREE of charge. You might need some space to rehearse a show, to act as a visual arts studio, to rehearse a music act for the first time in over a year. Whatever you want to MAKE, we have the space for you to do it. 

Get making again, and start exercising those creative muscles in a creative environment! 

Booking lengths range from half a day to a working week. Book now before all of the slots fill up, as it’s first come first served. MAKE at The Other Room is open and available to anyone who considers themselves an artist in any medium.

Terms and conditions apply, see below.

How to book...

Please consult the Terms & Conditions below before booking.

To book, please see the below list of dates first to see what is available. Once you have decided, please send an email to George, our Executive Producer. Please be clear on the slots that you're looking to book for. For example...

Your name: 
Your email address:
Your phone number: 
Reason for your booking: 
Slots requested: 
1, 2, 3 etc...

 (feel free to copy and paste)

 Once you're ready to book, drop George a line on george@otherroomtheatre.com. Bookings will be allocated on a first come, first served basis. This page will be updated accordingly.


Terms & Conditions:

- No more than 6 individuals may enter the room at any one point.
- Strict COVID-secure rules apply. Do not attend if you have had recent symptoms of Coronavirus.
- An induction will take place upon arrival to your slot. If you do not take part in this induction with the TOR staff, you will not be permitted to use your slot.
- Bookings available in half day slots (10:00 - 13:00 & 14:00 - 17:00 only. Requests made for slots outside of these times and available dates will not be granted).
- Slots are available for up to five whole days in a row (maximum, Monday to Friday only, excluding weekends & bank holidays). Book for one slot, or the whole week. Up to you!
- No public presentations of work permitted.
- You are permitted to bring along props and relevant equipment with you for your rehearsals. If you’re bringing in any stage weaponry or any other specialist equipment, let us know. You will need to submit a risk assessment before entering the building.
-The space must be left as you found it when you entered. You will be liable for any damages to the space or TOR/Porter’s equipment as a result of your usage.
- No pyrotechnics, hazers/smoke machines, climbing on structures, nudity, smoking, vaping, loud noises (i.e. drums etc) permitted.
- Bookings will be allocated on a first come, first served basis.
- There is no parking available at Porter's/The Other Room. Please arrange your own parking if you drive in.
- Make at The Other Room is a time-limited project, only taking place between 05/07/21 - 17/09/21. The Other Room will not be open for hires outside of this period.


We are sorry to say that due to overwhelming demand, we are fully booked. Within two-and-a-half-weeks of announcing the programme, every slot was booked. Life is unpredictable however, and some people’s plans are likely to change, which might mean some spaces become available. If you would like to join our MAKE waiting list, please email drop a line to George at george@otherroomtheatre.com.
Last minute slots will be offered to all on the waiting list and assigned on a first come first serve basis. So keep an eye out.
Thank you for your interest in MAKE.

Cast & Creatives



For more information, or to book, contact our Executive Producer, George on george@otherroomtheatre.com.

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This project has been made possible through Arts Council Wales Cultural Recovery 2 funding.