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Clare Rd, Cardiff CF11 6QP, United Kingdom, Cardiff


Located in the centre of Cardiff, Tramshed is a popular music and arts centre which was previously an old tram depot,  art gallery, boasting dance studios and also hosts a range of music. It is also a club, who has hosted an array of events with exciting DJs and artists from different music genres. In the main room, Tramshed has welcomed the likes of Pil, Shellac, Section Boyz, Low, Billy Talent, Ezra Furman, Sunset Sons and Barenaked Ladies. It also welcomes other live entertainment, such as comedians and events such as the Cardiff Music Awards and No Future Festival. . Given that it is in the centre of Cardiff and hosts such a range of events, it is an extremely popular venue amongst students. It has a coworking facility, where creative and tech businesses can grow and develop and can also be hired out for events. Tramshed has an attractive, rustic old exterior and is a building of deep cultural significance. 

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Tramshed Contact

For general enquiries, please call 02920235555 which is Tramshed’s main line number. Or alternatively email

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With a capacity of 1,000 and can host a range of cultural events, but rarely fills its full capacity, as it only does six times per year. Given that it is often a club and live music venue, Tramshed is mainly used for standing customers. However, it is a flexible space and can also host seated events. There is also a balcony which has a seated area so you can enjoy the show. 

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Getting there

Located centrally, Tramshed Cardiff is accessible by both public transport and by car. The full Tramshed Cardiff address is:  


Clare Road 


CF11 6QP 

United Kingdom 


Car: if you are planning on getting to the venue by car, there is no parking in the venue itself but there is plenty of street parking close to the Tramshed Cardiff. The closest multi-story to the venue is the NCP, which is located on Wood Street and only a 10 minute walk away from Tramshed. 


Train: Tramshed is less than a 10 minute walk from Cardiff Central Station.  


Bus: given that it is located in the centre of Cardiff, public transport is also an option. There is a bus stop on Clare road, which is only 276ft away from the venue.  

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If you have any access enquiries prior to your visit, or need to make an access booking, please call 01179259273  or email The venue strives to promote equality and welcome all customers to the venue. If you believe that you may need early entrance to the venue, please contact the access team beforehand to arrange this.  


There are personal assistant tickets available per access customer - since contact the access team once you have bought your ticket and it can be arranged.  


Getting to the venue  


If you are planning on travelling by car to the venue, then the nearest NCP car park is a 10 minute walk away and located on Wood Street. There are also Drop off+ pick up points, which are just outside the main entrance.  


Inside the Venue  


There is level access throughout the venue and also an accessible lift and toilets throughout the venue. There is a lowered bar but staff are also happy to help access customers anyway that they can.  


There are also viewing areas, platforms and access seats available; the balcony is especially designed for wheelchair users as there are seats with unobstructed views. There is also a bar just next to the viewing area. Please contact the access team beforehand if you require these services.  


Assistance dogs  


Assistance dogs are also welcome in Tramshed, but please let staff know in advance.  


Hearing and induction loop 


There is not currently a hearing and induction loop in Tramshed, but the venue are looking into providing this service.   

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Built in the old building of an old tram depot, Grangetown tram depot was one of six in Cardiff and was the main depot which was the terminus for all trams coming to the west of the city, from 1902 to 1946 .The building was then used for the trolley bus service which was used in Cardiff until 1953. Following this, the building was then used as a maintenance workshop for Cardiff Council’s vehicles and then in 2002 and 2003, the building was proposed to be used as a site for an arts centre, as part of Cardiff’s bid to become European Capital of Culture in 2008. However, after Cardiff did not succeed in their bid, the arts centre was not used and it continued to be the council’s vehicle maintenance centre until 2013.  


While it was heavily negotiated what the building could be used for, the architects Ellis Williams Architects proposed building the 1000 capacity venue, which it is today. A popular haunt amongst students and locals alike, Tramshed always has an exciting schedule coming up with an array of different forms of live entertainment. 

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Clare Rd, Cardiff CF11 6QP, United Kingdom, Cardiff1

1NOTE: approximate address. The only address that is completely valid is the one shown on the tickets
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