De La Warr Pavilion
- Telephone 01424 229111
- Opening times Summer: 10am–6pm; winter: 10am–5pm.
- Website www.dlwp.com
The De La Warr Pavilion, a true gem of 1930s modernist architecture, has been delivering art and culture to the people of Bexhill on Sea since a pre-fame Spike Milligan was posted here during WWII. Now a Grade One listed building (which would have much displeased the anti-modernist Goon), it was in a poor state for years until it received a thorough restoration and was reopened in 2005 as an arts centre. It hosts concerts, touring theatre shows, comedy gigs, art exhibitions, workshops, talks and tours.
Bexhill station is a few minutes away by foot, and the pavilion is served by local bus routes 12, 13, 94, 95 and 96.
- Provides: Free wi-fi
There are 23 events at this location
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Afro Celt Sound System
The return of the group who fuse electronic dance rhythms with traditional Irish and West African music.
Stripped back piano and vocal performance from Alexis Taylor of Hot Chip fame.
Downtempo, hip hop, funk and dub from this Brighton-based DJ/producer.
Borders Are For Crossing
Join Jeremy Aynsley, Sue Breakell, Celine Condorelli, Zeiner Maasri and Lesley Whitworth for an afternoon which considers the role of migration in the formation of new aestehtics and ideologies for the 21st Century. The starting point for this event is the exhibition The New Line which, through 1930s commercial print…
Britain's Got Talent 2014 classical bros who've knocked out a tour and an album faster than you can say 'ka ching'.
Count Arthur Strong: The Sound of Mucus
Steve Delaney's deluded thespian creation returns with a new show.
Dweezil Zappa: 50 Years Of Frank
50 years on from the first Mothers Of Invention album release Freak Out, Frank Zappa ’s son Dweezil and his amazing band hand-pick their favourite tracks from Frank Zappa's extensive back catalogue. Exposed to the music industry from an early age, Dweezil Zappa developed a strong affinity for playing the guitar and…
In A Dream You Saw A Way To Survive And You Were Full Of Joy
Featuring works by over fifty artists including Becky Beasley, Claude Cahun, Henry Fuseli, Richard Hamilton, The Lumiere Brothers, Henry Moore, Bridget Riley, Jo Spence and Francesca Woodman. The exhibition is designed to create an immersive experience for the viewer, in which works are connected associatively, with 'the…
Mon 20 Feb
Tue 21 Feb
Wed 22 Feb
The Jesus & Mary Chain
Psychedelic noise rock from the Scottish band formed by brothers Jim and William Reid in 1983 and still going strong following their 2007 reunion.
Jon Richardson: Old Man
Wry observations and pessimistic humour from the 8 out of 10 Cats star, who is starting to feel his age.
Geordie indie rock favourites Maxïmo Park fronted by the man with the combover, Paul Smith.
National Theatre Live: Hedda Gabler
A live screening of Hedda Gabler, directed by Ivo van Hove who directed A View from the Bridge at the Young Vic Theatre.
The New Line: Works From The Jobbing Printing Collection
A selection of works from Philip James, including lifestyle and trade magazines, beauty catalogues, tourism brochures and a packet for stockings. Also featuring works from the private collections of Alan Powers, Brian Webb and Paul Rennie.
Mon 20 Feb
Tue 21 Feb
Wed 22 Feb
The world-renowned former Yes keyboardist performs pieces from his recent solo album, Piano Portraits.
Rick Wakeman's Journey to the Centre of the Earth
The most affable man in prog celebrates the 40th anniversary of his solo concept opus based on the Jules Verne novel, for which he will be joined by the Jules Verne Symphony Orchestra, the English Rock Ensemble and lashings of state-of-the-art effects.
Sat 3 Jun
Rob Brydon: I Am Standing Up …
Him of Marion & Geoff, Gavin & Stacey and The Trip fame, the one with the Welsh accent and the funnies, is bringing a brand new stand-up show out on tour.
Royal Philharmonic Orchestra: Symphonic Summer
Classical favourites from the RPO.
Sit back and relax and lose yourself in this Classical Music adventure like no other… A Classical Music adventure starring the Arensky Chamber Orchestra with music by Steffan Rees, Claude Debussy and Benjamin Britten No adventure should take place on an empty stomach. Thus, we set sail at 8pm to allow time for victuals…
The Selecter and The Beat
A co-headline tour featuring the two of the original 2-Tone ska acts who both formed in the late 1970s.
The veteran English singer-songwriter with a soulful rock voice who was asked by Jimmy Page in the late 60s to be the vocalist in his new band, but suggested he go with Robert Plant instead …
The Tiger Who Came To Tea: KW & NB Ltd (Over 3s)
Children's theatre based on the picture book by Judith Kerr about a stripy big cat, who surprises Sophie and her mummy as they are sitting down to tea. Featuring songs, audience interaction and colourful characters. Adapted by David Wood.
Wed 12 Apr
Lead singer of Keane off out in solo guise.
The Very Hungry Caterpillar Show
- Written by: Jonathan Rockefeller (adapt)
Based on Eric Carle's hand-painted books, Jonathan Rockefeller's family-friendly stage production uses a menagerie of 75 lovable puppets to faithfully bring to life the four stories: The Artist Who Painted A Blue Horse, Mister Seahorse, The Very Lonely Firefly and The Very Hungry Caterpillar.