Floral Pavilion Theatre

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

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Aladdin

A short version of the hit pantomime Aladdin!

Sat 19 Dec

£0.50 / 0151 666 0000

Sun 20 Dec

£0.50 / 0151 666 0000

Back to Broadway

  • Written by: Gina Price

A sparkling stage production celebrating the best of Broadway and the West End.

Sun 8 Mar

£20 (£18) / 0151 666 0000

Ben and Holly's Little Kingdom

  • Directed by: Richard Lewis
  • Written by: Mani Svavarsson (music)

Richard Lewis' adaptation of the award-winning television animation set in a miniature world of fairies, elves and insects. The production features original music by Mani Svavarsson, with original lyrics by Matt Lewis.

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 31 May

The Business Of Murder

  • Directed by: Michael Lunney

Middle Ground Theatre Company presents Richard Harris's acclaimed psychological thriller.

Mon 23 Mar

£24; £18 (£22) / 0151 666 0000

Tue 24 Mar

£24; £18 (£22) / 0151 666 0000

Wed 25 Mar

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Curved Air

Progressive rock legends.

Fri 17 Apr

£18.50 (£16.50) / 0151 666 0000

The Dublin Legends: Cannon, Campbell, Watchorn & O'Connor

These four members of the Dubliners keep the act going strong, following the death of founding member 'Banjo' Barney McKenna in 2012. Expect all the classic songs from the Dubliners' 50-year career.

The Elvis Years

See the world champion Elvis impersonator, Mario Kombou, in action singing over 40 of the King's hits from a period spanning over two decades.

Sat 7 Mar

£20.50 / 0151 666 0000

The Essence Of Ireland

  • Directed by: Ross Mils
  • Written by: Susie Parsley

Traditional Irish dance and music show, following the tale of Sean Dempsey and Cora McGowen, friends who are forced apart when Sean moves to New York to find work, and their ongoing friendship through their letters.

Fri 17 Apr

£22.50; £17.50 early bird (£20.50; £15.50 early bird) / 0151 666 0000

An Evening with Julian Lloyd Webber

Julian Lloyd Webber talks about his distinguished musical career, with musical support from Jiaxin Lloyd Webber (cello) and Pam Chowhan (piano).

Sun 12 Apr

Times & prices to be confirmed / 0151 666 0000

£21 / 0151 666 0000

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An Evening With Russell Watson

An opportunity to enjoy a festive performance by the UK's best-selling classical artist.

Fri 27 Mar

Focus

The progressive rock Dutch outfit, who had hits in the 70s including Hocus Pocus, House of The King and Sylvia, perform new and old material.

Sun 22 Mar

£18.50 (£16.50) / 0151 666 0000

G4

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

Thu 24 Sep

£30 / 0151 666 0000

Germaine Greer: The Disappearing Woman: Talk

Talk by the feminist icon and public figure, with an opportunity to ask questions and join in the discussion.

Fri 27 Feb

Halfway To Paradise: The Billy Fury Story

Colin Gold and Fury's original backing band, Fury's Tornados, tell his story through words and music.

Sat 18 Apr

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Ian McCulloch

The Echo & The Bunnymen frontman performs a selection of the band's songs in a solo performance.

Thu 19 Mar

£19.50 / 0151 666 0000

Joe McElderry

Winner of series six of The X Factor and series two of Popstar to Operastar, the young popster is probably best-known for singles 'The Climb' and 'Ambitions'.

Sat 14 Mar

£20 (£19; Children £16 under 14s) / 0151 666 0000

John Renbourn & Wizz Jones

The two long-established singers and guitarist collaborate to perform folk and blues material.

Sat 28 Mar

£17 (£15) / 0151 666 0000

Justin Hayward

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

Wed 8 Jul

The Kilkennys

The four-piece from Kilkenny plays Irish folk and ballads.

Thu 30 Apr

£18 (£16) / 0151 666 0000

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Liverpool Mozart Orchestra: Elgar, Haydn, Kornas, Bruch

  • Directed by: Mark Heron (cond)
  • Written by: Bruch

Mark Heron conducts the orchestra for a performance of Elgar's Introduction & Allegro for Strings, Bruch's Violin Concerto No 1, Kornas's Shangaan and Haydn's Symphony No 83 'La Poule'.

Sat 21 Mar

Macbeth

  • Written by: William Shakespeare

A bold re-imagining of Shakespeare's chilling tale of desire, ambition, and the supernatural presented by Black Box Theatre Company.

Wed 1 Apr

£11 (£9) / 0151 666 0000

Marc Almond

The former Soft Cell perv pixie turned torch song crooner and old school cabaret interpreter revisits his 30-year career.

Thu 16 Apr

£19.50–£37.50 / 0151 666 0000

Nathan Carter

Irish charmer Nathan Carter and his band play an easy listening mix of Irish, country and popular songs.

Tue 17 Mar

Pasha Kovalev: Life Through Dance

The Strictly Come Dancing professional performs his brand of ballroom and Latin.

Fri 10 Apr

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The Platters

The success of The Platters did not happen overnight. Formed in Los Angeles in 1953, they had found little success with Federal Records before meeting music entrepreneur and songwriter Buck Ram. The band recorded a series of singles backing Linda Hayes before Ram made some changes to the line-up, most notably the addition…

Fri 13 Mar

£26 / 0151 666 0000

RAF Swing Wing Of College Band

The ensemble performs a range of big band numbers in aid of the Royal British Legion Poppy Appeal.

Sun 1 Mar

Rendition 2015: Complete Works Performance School

An exciting programme of works performed by talented young people.

Tue 28 Apr

Wed 29 Apr

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.

Thu 12 Mar

Russian Ice Stars: Beauty And The Beast: On Ice

Ice Stars deliver dazzling interpretation of an enchanting story with a high-speed combination of extraordinary skating, beautifully staged and breath-taking aerial acrobatics.

Wed 1 Apr

£22.50 (£20.50; Children £15 under 16s; £70) / 0151 666 0000

Thu 2 Apr

£22.50 (£20.50; Children £15 under 16s; £70) / 0151 666 0000

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The Signalman & Oh, Whistle, And I’ll Come To You, My Lad

  • Written by: Charles Dickens

Middle Ground Theatre Company presents a double presentation of spine-tingling stories based on stories by Charles Dickens and M. R James.

Fri 27 Feb

Soul Legends

It's all aboard the soul train for the show of the year, embarking from soul's heady Sixties origins… steaming, non-stop, through to the present day… via everyone's favourite Seventies and Eighties dance classics.

Sat 11 Apr

£24.50 (£22.50) / 0151 666 0000

That'll Be the Day

Step back in time with a brand new edition of the popular touring show, and hear rock'n'roll hits from the 50s, 60s and 70s.

Thu 26 Mar

£24.50 / 0151 666 0000

Tim Vine: Tim Timinee Tim Timinee Tim Tim To You

Puns, prop gags and one-liners from the affable actor and stand-up.

Tree Fu Tom: Premier Stage Productions Ltd

A children's show based on the CBeebies series about the world's smallest superhero.

We’ll Meet Again: Hits From The Blitz

A nostalgic show based on the songs of the 1940s and capturing the spirit of the war years.

Tue 14 Apr

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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