The aim of a hustings is to provide voters with an opportunity to hear the views of candidates or parties standing for election.
There are several hustings coming up over the next few weeks where you can see the candidates in person and hear what they have to say.
We recently went to one in Pontprennau Community Church, you can read our report here.
This is a list of public hustings taking place in the run up to election day:
ASDA Coryton – 15 April
You need to register to attend this event.
The event will be chaired by Chief reporter of South Wales Echo, Martin Shipton, and will take place on Wednesday 15th April in the café at Asda Cardiff Coryton Supercentre. Please arrive at 6pm, ready to be seated for a 6.30pm start. It will finish at approximately 7.45pm.
Rhiwbina Baptist Church – 16 April
Doors open at 7:15pm for a 7:30pm start. For details, visit the church’s website.
Whitchurch Methodist Church – 23 April
Whitchurch, Rhiwbina and Birchgrove Churches Together have arranged this hustings, which will be moderated by Professor Kevin Morgan.
Doors are open at 7:00pm for a 7:30pm start. Questions may be submitted from 7:00pm onwards.
Whitchurch Methodist Church, Penlline Road, Cardiff CF14 2AA.
Llandaff North Residents’ Association – 30 April
The residents’ association have organised a hustings at the Steiner School, Hawthorn Road West, Cardiff CF14 2FL. Starts at 7:30pm.
For news and views from the candidates, visit our election hub.
Made in Cardiff TV
Made in Cardiff TV are recording a televised debate on Saturday 18th April. It will be broadcast on Tuesday 21st April at 9:00pm.
BBC Radio 5 Live
Nicky will be joined by members of the local community who will get the opportunity to quiz the parliamentary candidates directly. If you have a question, you can send it to Absolutely Woof via their Twitter or Facebook page.
— Absolutely Woof (@absolutelywoof) March 29, 2015