The venue began life as The Regent Cinema in 1926 and was even mentioned by Dylan Thomas, although he re-named it The Regal.
As such it’s fitting that we now show films!
Not only are we linking-up with Mumbles Development Trust to host Mumbles Movies, Café Play by Night will also be having film nights and showing cult classics, foreign films, extreme sports and surfing films!
Let us know which films you’d like to see by
dropping us line!
Cafe Play Mumbles is pleased to be hosting a fundraising evening for Jo Jones and Siara Lloyd. In October Jo and Siara will be cycling 355km from Milan to Venice to raise money for the charity Women V Cancer. The route will take them along the southern edge of the...read more
Cafe Play by Night is pleased to present an evening with international singing sensation Sara Jones, who will be performing her acclaimed tribute to Tina Turner. Recreating the look, mannerisms and stage presence of Tina Turner, Sara was voted the best female tribute...read more
Cafe Play by Night, based at the old Bentley's & Nutz Night Club, is pleased to announce that the Ursine Princes will be playing live on Saturday, April 20thDoors open at 19:30, the gig starts at 20:30 and we'll be open until late! Tickets are at the extremely...read more
Cafe Play by Night is very pleased to present an evening with Jimi Webb, one of the UK's brightest swing entertainers emulating the sounds and style of the World's foremost big band vocalist Michael Buble. Over the past 10 years Jimi Webb has performed his Michael...read more
I went to the stand up comedy night on Saturday with a few friends. What an absolutely fantastic evening! I laughed so much, my stomach muscles were sore the next day. I can’t wait to go to the next one.Sue Williams
I was lucky enough to perform at the opening comedy night last year. Wonderful place with a fantastic audience. Not surprisingly it has gone on from strength to strength.Andrew Rutledge
Great venue. I performed at one of the early comedy nights there last year. Such a cool room and crowd. Can’t wait to come back.Paul James