National Police Memorial Day



St David's Hall is the National Concert Hall and Conference Centre of Wales located in the heart of Cardiff at The Hayes. Since opening in 1982, millions of concert-goers have flocked to the venue to experience the auditorium's awe-inspiring sound, which continues to host the world's best orchestras - perfect for the British Police Symphony Orchestra performing on Saturday 23rd September.

The Hall has hosted every Welsh NPMD since 2005 and other illustrious events such as the BBC Cardiff Singer of the World, the International Concert Series, the Welsh Proms and the British Academy Cymru Awards to name just a few. As well as hosting world-class classical music, ballets and opera, the auditorium has had a hugely diverse array of stars grace its stage including Sir Anthony Hopkins, U2, Adele, Sir Elton John, Ray Davies, Johnny Cash, Tina Turner, Miles Davis, Joe Calzaghe, Brian Wilson and Sir Ranulph Fiennes amongst many others.

St David's Hall is owned, managed and funded by Cardiff Council with support from the Arts Council of Wales. Annually it hosts approximately 300 performances attended by audiences in excess of 250,000. It continues to be a leading venue in the cultural and continuing development of Cardiff into one of Europe's most cosmopolitan cities. For more on St David's Hall, please visit this this link to St David's Hall, Cardiff.

About us

  • The National Police Memorial Day aims to:

  • Remember police officers who have been killed or died on duty
    Demonstrate to relatives, friends and colleagues of fallen officers that their sacrifice is not forgotten
    Recognise annually the dedication to duty and courage displayed by police officers

Subscribe for Updates
To subscribe for updates Please follow this link