The Bradleys building is without doubt one of Llandrindod Wells’ most iconic premises. After many years of neglect this beautiful building is now being renovated and revitalised and will soon be home to a collection of creative industries including Twin Peaks Recording Studio and The Kilvert Gallery Collection and Archive.
TWIN PEAKS RECORDING STUDIO
To the rear of the building stands the old warehouse. The warehouse now houses the successful Twin Peaks Recording Studio. Originally located in the Brecon Beacons the studio has been the creative home for the likes of Babyshambles, the Manic Street Preachers, Catatonia, Blancmange and many more national and international artists over the past 25 years.
THE KILVERT GALLERY ARCHIVE
The Kilvert Collection is an archive of artworks, diaries and sketchbooks accumulated by the late owners of The Kilvert Gallery, Clyro. Selections of the collection will be available to view throughout the public spaces of the building, with curated visits available on request. The collection includes work by William (Bill) Mills, Bryan Organ, Elizabeth Organ, Eugene Fisk, Clive Hicks-Jenkins, Charles Shearer, Kate Milsom, Ronald Pennell, Paul Osborne and Roger Cecil.
Our ‘Arts Café’ – a flexible space for both gallery and exhibition… neither bar, pub or restaurant but rather a creative café meeting space…. and on the 1st floor a flexible space for arts events in all the creative disciplines; arts, music, science and litrature. Available for private functions and community hire.