The exterior of the theatre. The building is lit up and it is night time.

New Brighton Floral Pavilion

The Floral Pavilion is a theatre in the seaside town of New Brighton.

Situated in a prime location overlooking the River Mersey, The Floral Pavilion presents a mix of comedy, music and children's shows including their famous Christmas pantomime.

The theatre closed in 2007 and was demolished as part of the town's £60 million Neptune Project redevelopment plans. The building was rebuilt and reopened in December 2008. The first act to perform at the venue after reopening was Ken Dodd, who has had a long association with the Floral Pavilion, making his first appearance in 1940. As well as an enlarged theatre auditorium, seating over 800, the complex also provides for conference facilities and a large multi-purpose lounge area.

New Brighton Floral Pavilion really does give something for the whole family to enjoy.

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Nearest station: New Brighton

New Brighton station is a short walk away from the Floral Pavilion.

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