In 2012 the Cube opened its doors to the community, having been rescued from closure by local people. It’s now a vibrant and welcoming centre with a busy cafe at its heart. We host arts and entertainment, offer meeting rooms and performance space for hire, as well as being home to a thriving programme for young people and over 30 community groups who offer a huge range of activities. Self funded and supported by volunteers, we think it’s a very special place. Come and visit us and feel the buzz for yourselves!
Confronting the Finance Curse - 18th September 2019 - 7.00pm onwards
Miranda Sykes & Benji Kirkpatrick (FOLK double headliner) - Sun 22nd September 2019 7:30PM
Matt Woosey has made a career of defying expectations. His albums break down the confines of genre. His performances span from eyeball-to-eyeball solo sets...
The Carnival Band boldly go beyond the spirit of Christmas, to the spirit of people the world over getting together to celebrate and have...
Malvern Cube Projects (youth provision) are looking for a male volunteer to assist with a boys and young men's mental health and wellbeing group.
his project has been for Twelve students with special needs to show the Community how they want to be seen, using art, video and photography.
Malvern Cube users and supporters met together last Friday to enjoy afternoon tea, prepared by our café team, and to celebrate the opening of the new Green Room.
A COMMEMORATIVE plaque to celebrate the achievements of a young woman with a learning disability has been unveiled at the Cube in Malvern.
Over the last three months the group, working with local artist Ivan Jones, created a vision of the Malvern Hills if sea levels were to rise drastically, to send a message about the dangers of climate change.