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!

Cube Film Fleadh – Irish Film, Food and Music – 20th March

You are invited to an Irish food, film and music night here at Malvern Cube.  You will enjoy an amazing healthy portion of Irish food, whilst listening to some live Irish music before heading in to watch a multi award winning Irish film called "Rosie".

How Mathematics Can Clean up Ocean Pollution – Dr Tom Crawford – 7th March...

Tom Crawford is a tutor at St Hugh’s College, St Edmund Hall and St John’s College at the University of Oxford where he teaches maths to the first and second year undergraduates. He also runs his award-winning website www.tomrocksmaths.com and associated social media profiles on Twitter, Facebook, Instagram and Youtube @tomrocksmaths. Tom describes his research looking at where river water goes when it enters the ocean and how we can use this knowledge to help to fight ocean pollution.

How Mathematics Can Save the Whale – Professor Chris Budd – 7th March 2020

Gresham Professor of Geometry, Chris Budd OBE, is based at the University of Bath, where he is Professor of Applied Mathematics and Director of the Centre of Nonlinear Mechanics. He has a long history of engagement in the public understanding of science and mathematics through institutions such as the Royal Institution and the Institute of Mathematics and its Applications.

Festival of Ideas – The Wishing Tree (story-telling) – 7th March 2020

Bernadette Russell is an award-winning storyteller and author of short stories and creative non-fiction for adults and children, including "The Little Book of Kindness" and "Be the Change, Make it Happen."  

Matt Woosey (full band) + Trevor Babajack Steger – 7th March 2020

Matt Woosey (full band) + Trevor Babajack Steger Saturday 7th March 2020 7.30pm

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Enjoy the Best Pancakes in Malvern this Shrove Tuesday 25th Feb 2020

Having made it through January in one piece, the days are starting to get a little longer, spring is on the horizon – and we have decided to celebrate Pancake Day next week (25th Feb). However if you are planning on doing something at home then why not follow a couple of the recipes below.

Lottery Funding for MCP

Our sister Charity, Malvern Cube Projects delivers our youth projects and has been successful in a bid to the Community Fund of the National Lottery for funding to support us in sustaining our youth work at Malvern Cube.

Needle Felting – Native British Birds 22nd April 2020

You will make 4 different native British birds, 1 each week. A short 4 week course for beginners and improvers. Learn as part of a fun and sociable group. £36.20 includes materials. For Students 18+

How Mathematics Can Clean up Ocean Pollution – Dr Tom Crawford – 7th March 2020

Tom Crawford is a tutor at St Hugh’s College, St Edmund Hall and St John’s College at the University of Oxford where he teaches maths to the first and second year undergraduates. He also runs his award-winning website www.tomrocksmaths.com and associated social media profiles on Twitter, Facebook, Instagram and Youtube @tomrocksmaths. Tom describes his research looking at where river water goes when it enters the ocean and how we can use this knowledge to help to fight ocean pollution.

How Mathematics Can Save the Whale – Professor Chris Budd – 7th March 2020

Gresham Professor of Geometry, Chris Budd OBE, is based at the University of Bath, where he is Professor of Applied Mathematics and Director of the Centre of Nonlinear Mechanics. He has a long history of engagement in the public understanding of science and mathematics through institutions such as the Royal Institution and the Institute of Mathematics and its Applications.

Rhythm Time Music Classes

Get the best start for your little one. Watch them grow and develop fantastic new skills whilst having amazing musical fun! Our Award Winning Classes are packed full of musical and sensory activities to benefit your child's development.

Mini Explorers – 1st Friday of the Month 1.30pm – 3pm

Mini explorers is a stay and play group for ages 0 to 5 years. Toys, messy play, snacks and singing. Open to everyone (no need to be an NCT member), £2 per family including a snack for children. It runs the 1st Friday of the month (except January) from 1.30 to 3pm

Baby Latte Breastfeeding Support Group

Baby Latte Breastfeeding Support Group : Thursdays from 11.00 - 13.00