Floral Pavilion Theatre

Floral Pavilion Theatre
Marine Promenade, New Brighton, Wirral, CH45 2JS

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A short version of the hit pantomime Aladdin!

Sat 19 Dec

£0.50 / 0151 666 0000

Sun 20 Dec

£0.50 / 0151 666 0000

Anamal Dance Company: Treasure

Students from the established dance school present a dance showcase.

Mon 20 Jul

Tue 21 Jul

Barbara Dickson

A performance by the acclaimed vocalist with support from Nick Holland.

Sat 12 Sep

£23 (£21) / 0151 666 0000

The Bay City Rollers Story

Les McKeown take audiences back to the heady days when the Rollers dominated the charts and tartan bellbottoms were considered an acceptable choice of attire. Featuring all the best-known songs including 'Bye Bye Baby', 'Shang A Lang' and 'Summer Love Sensation'.

Fri 25 Sep

£20.50 / 0151 666 0000

Billy And Wally's Big Variety Show

Variety entertainment from the Radio Merseyside presenters and their showbiz guests, who include a clutch of tribute artists and Liverpool comedian Bobby Kaye.

Sun 20 Sep

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Bob Paisley: Reluctant Genius

Ian Callaghan, Jimmy Case, Alan Kennedy and Phil Neal join Bob Paisley's biographer John Keith for a discussion about the life and career of Paisley.

Fri 21 Aug

£16 (£13) / 0151 666 0000

Book Fair

Purchase a variety of second-hand books.

Sat 18 Jul

Free / 0151 666 0000

Sat 15 Aug

Free / 0151 666 0000

Cinderella: Starlight Youth Theatre

A summer musical for all the family, based on the eternally enchanting rags-to-riches story.

Fri 3 Jul

£13.50 (£12) / 0151 666 0000

Colin Fry: The Happy Medium

An evening of psychic communication with one of TV's favourite mediums, who celebrates 35 years on the circuit.

Fri 17 Jul

£19.50 (£18) / 0151 666 0000

Dancing Queen

Singers and dancers taking you back to the 70s with this flamboyant Abba tribute.

Sat 18 Jul

£19.50 (£18) / 0151 666 0000

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Desperate Scousewives

Amusing and poignant story about four ordinary women living in four terraced houses in the back streets of Liverpool; based around the days leading up to and following the wedding of Vanessa to a prisoner she's never met.

Mon 28 Sep

£15 (£13) / 0151 666 0000

Tue 29 Sep

£15 (£13) / 0151 666 0000

Wed 30 Sep

£15 (£13) / 0151 666 0000

Thu 1 Oct

£15 (£13) / 0151 666 0000

Drama And Acting For Absolute Beginners

An introduction to the skills and techniques of drama and performance.

Thu 9 Jul

Thu 16 Jul

Thu 23 Jul

Thu 30 Jul

An Evening With Ann Widdecombe

Former Tory politician and sometime ballroom dancer Ann Widdecombe talks about herself.

Sun 27 Sep


Former X Factor runners up perform pop-opera covers of well-known songs.

Thu 24 Sep

£30 / 0151 666 0000

Jimeoin: Yeehaa!

Refining a lost art of the commonplace, Jimeoin is a comic with a delightful sense of the absurd and a uniquely low-key style.

Tue 3 Nov

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Justin Hayward

The Swindon-born singer-songwriter and long-time member of the Moody Blues, performs his classic rock material.

Wed 8 Jul

Kids On Stage: 2015

This Kids On Stage adventure sees the Book Awards being taken over by book villains who want to get rid of nice characters and rewrite the books.

Sun 19 Jul

£11 / 0151 666 0000

Merseyside Dance And Drama Centre: Shine

The talented students present a dance showcase.

Sun 12 Jul

Mister Maker & The Shapes Live UK Tour

The CBeebies arts and crafts hero embarks on his first ever live theatre tour in the UK.

Sun 1 Nov

Murder At Graceland

A murder mystery evening about a murder at Graceland.

Fri 18 Sep

Blue Lounge

£39.50 incl meal / 0151 666 0000

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Nils Lofgren

The American classic rock singer-guitarist performs live.

Sat 21 Nov

£32.50–£42.50 / 0151 666 0000

Polar Bear

Electronics, jazz and punk influences from this progressive quintet, featuring Pete Wareham and Mark Lockheart (saxophones), Tom Herbert (bass), Leafcutter John (electronics, guitar) and Sebastian Rochford (drums).

Sun 5 Jul

£14.50 / 0151 666 0000

The Rat Pack Vegas Spectacular Show

The return of the UK's finest Rat Pack tribute night, with classic tunes including 'Under My Skin' and 'Come Fly with Me' and plenty of entertaining between-song patter.

Sat 22 Aug

Remembering Gene Pitney

The singer, Tommy Carey, performs the hits of the chart-topper, including Somethings Gotten a Hold of my Heart and many more.

Wed 9 Sep

£21 (£19) / 0151 666 0000


A performance by the classically trained singer, Rhydian Roberts, who appeared on X Factor in 2007 and whose eponymous debut album went double platinum.

Fri 2 Oct

£27.50 / 0151 666 0000

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The classically-trained Welsh 'X Factor' finalist (for those of you who can't tell them all apart, it's the one with the platinum blonde anime hairdo) performs some classics.

Fri 2 Oct

£27.50 / 0151 666 0000

Ricky Ross

Deacon Blue frontman plays some Deacon Blue classics and some of his solo hits.

Sun 15 Nov

£24.50 / 0151 666 0000

Room on the Broom

  • Directed by: Olivia Jacobs
  • Written by: Toby Mitchell (adapt)

Songs, laughs and scary fun for children with stories of witches, cats, dogs, birds and frogs. Ages 3+.

Royal Philharmonic Orchestra: Last Night Of The Proms

The orchestra performs a programme of prom tunes.

Rumours of Fleetwood Mac

The Mick Fleetwood-approved tribute act who cover the gamut of Mac material from the Peter Green era to the Buckingham/Nicks days.

Sun 22 Nov

£22.50–£32.50 / 0151 666 0000

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Russian State Ballet: Swan Lake

  • Written by: Tchaikovsky

Tchaikovsky's magical score accompanies this tale of mystery and romance with spellbinding ballet dancing from the Russian State Ballet.

Russian State Opera House: La Traviata

Verdi's tragic opera about a scandalous love affair, presented by Russian State Opera House.

The Searchers

The Searchers have survived multiple line-up changes as well as a schism of People's Front of Judea-style bitterness, the echoes of which twang across the internet to this day. Longest-lasting original member John McNally leads the band that gave us 'Needles and Pins' and 'Sweets for my Sweet'.

Wed 23 Sep

£20.50 / 0151 666 0000

The Simon & Garfunkel Story

The story of one of music's most compelling duos.

Thu 3 Sep

£19 (£17) / 0151 666 0000

Sister Act: EPMTC

  • Written by: Bill Steinkellner

Alan Menken's feelgood musical comedy in which a disco diva takes refuge in a convent as part of a witness protection scheme.

Thu 17 Sep

£21 (£19) / 0151 666 0000

Fri 18 Sep

£21 (£19) / 0151 666 0000

Sat 19 Sep

£21 (£19) / 0151 666 0000

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Solid Gold 70s

The producers of Abba-Cadabra present another suitably cheesy show, with more than 30 hit songs from the likes of The Bee Gees, Gloria Gaynor, T-Rex, Tina Turner and Queen.

Sat 1 Aug

£24.50 (£22.50) / 0151 666 0000

The Stones

Relax – it's not actually the Stones, but these guys pride themselves in getting as close to recreating the Stones vibe as possible.

Fri 11 Sep

£18.50 (£16.50) / 0151 666 0000

The Ultimate Eagles

Tribute to the multimillion selling California country rockers The Eagles.

Fri 4 Sep

£23 / 0151 666 0000

Vesbim Floyd: Pink Floyd Tribute

Vesbim have brought together some of the best North West musicians around who have the talent and desire to replicate the music of Pink Floyd to present the Wall Live.

Fri 7 Aug

Sat 8 Aug

Victor Michael In Concert

The classical-crossover singer performs. With support from The 3 Sopranos

Sat 15 Aug

£17 (£16) / 0151 666 0000

When You're Smiling

Neil Sands and a West End cast present a variety show featuring popular songs from the 1940s to the present day.

Wed 22 Jul

£11 / 0151 666 0000

Whitney: Queen Of The Night

A celebration of the music and life of Whitney Houston. This award-winning production features a stellar line up with rising West End star Rebecca Freckleton.

Sun 27 Sep

£23 (£21) / 0151 666 0000

Comments & ratings

1. Steve sd9 Nov 2011, 9:34pm Report

The Floral Pavallion is a new theatre, spacious and clean. The Theatre itself is small and intimate, and though seats can feel a little cramped after a while, you have the advantage up being nice and up-close to the action.

The upstairs lounge has a wonderful view, and it's a nice place to stop off for an afternon drink too. The barstaff marr this slightly with a 'everything too much trouble' attitude, but the cafe is much better, friendly and helpful. Stop in for a coffee when you come to the sea at New Brighton, and do visit the theatre.

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