Floral Pavilion Theatre

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

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There are 36 events at this location

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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

Fri 22 May

£13 / 0151 666 0000

An Audience With Stan Boardman

Stan Boardman discusses his childhood, life and career along with stand-up routines, archive clips - including the Fokker incident from Des O Connor, photographs and a Q&A session.

Sat 16 May

The Beatles: A Musical Celebration

A theatrically staged recreation of the journey of The Beatles from 1962 to 1970, featuring instrument and costume changes that reflect the period of the songs.

Fri 5 Jun

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

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Book Fair

Purchase a variety of second-hand books.

Sat 16 May

Free / 0151 666 0000

The Chuckles Of Oz

The Chuckle Brothers present their unique take on the famous musical in which Dorothy goes to see the wizard. To me. To You. Etc.

Sat 30 May

£15 ( £56) / 0151 666 0000

Colin Fry: Sixth Sense

'The People's Medium' Colin Fry tries to contact the afterlife.

Fri 12 Jun

£19.50 (£18) / 0151 666 0000

Danza: Dance Fever 2015

The talented students present a dance showcase.

Mon 29 Jun

Tue 30 Jun

Floral Tea Dance

Come along to the Winter Gardens in the Floral Pavilion theatre for an afternoon tea dance.

Mon 11 May

£6; £5 adv / 0151 666 0000

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G4

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

Thu 24 Sep

£30 / 0151 666 0000

Georgie Fame

Legendary jazz, soul and r'n'b keyboardist who's worked with Muddy Waters, Bill Wyman, Eric Clapton and Van Morrison.

Sun 24 May

£26 (£24) / 0151 666 0000

Horrible Histories: Groovy Greeks

An irreverent look at the gruesome aspects of Greek history, from growing up to the Olympic Games.

Wed 17 Jun

Times to be confirmed / £18 (£16; Children £12) / 0151 666 0000

Thu 18 Jun

Times to be confirmed / £18 (£16; Children £12) / 0151 666 0000

Fri 19 Jun

Times to be confirmed / £18 (£16; Children £12) / 0151 666 0000

…and 2 more dates until 21 Jun

Horrible Histories: Groovy Greeks and Incredible Invaders

Historical figures and events come alive on stage featuring actors, 3-D effects, props and music.

Wed 17 Jun

Times to be confirmed / £31 (Children £21; £96) / 0151 666 0000

Thu 18 Jun

Times to be confirmed / £31 (Children £21; £96) / 0151 666 0000

Fri 19 Jun

Times to be confirmed / £31 (Children £21; £96) / 0151 666 0000

…and 2 more dates until 21 Jun

Hoylake School Of Dance: Classical Show

A showcase of student talent.

Mon 4 May

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Hoylake School Of Dance: Commercial Show

Pupils demonstrate their skills.

Mon 4 May

Hoylake School Of Dance: Jazz, Tap & Contemporary Show

Students demonstrate their jazz, tap and contemporary dance skills.

Hoylake School Of Dance: Juvenile Show

A showcase of young talent.

Sun 3 May

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

Justin Hayward

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

Wed 8 Jul

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The Kilkennys

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

Thu 30 Apr

£18 (£16) / 0151 666 0000

Let's Dance Through The Movies 2015

Irby Dance Studio presents dances from the movies.

Sat 27 Jun

Sun 28 Jun

Merseyside Dance And Drama Centre: Elements

Students demonstrate their skills.

Thu 21 May

Ministry Of Science Live

Interactive science show exploring the inventors and engineers who have shaped the modern world we live in.

Notes For Notes

Performances by ensembles from Wirral School's Music Service and Cheshire West and Chester Music Services.

Sun 10 May

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Only Men Aloud

The Welsh male voice choir who were the deserving winners of the BBC's Last Choir Standing competition present a repertoire ranging from 17th century works to 21st century pop.

Thu 4 Jun

£27 / 0151 666 0000

Ray Quinn

The cheeky, irritating one from TV's 'X-Factor' brings his swing-style crooning to a solo tour.

Sun 14 Jun

£26 (£24) / 0151 666 0000

Rendition 2015: Complete Works Performance School

An exciting programme of works performed by talented young people.

Tue 28 Apr

Wed 29 Apr

Rhydian

The baritone vocalist performs songs from his album One Day Like This.

Fri 2 Oct

£27.50 / 0151 666 0000

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Rhydian

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

Showaddywaddy

Doo wop nostalgia merchants, big in the 70s, with thinning quiffs these days, tour in celebration of their 40th year together.

Sat 2 May

£19.50 / 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.

Two

Jim Cartwright's comedy surrounding a British pub and the secrets which are shared over the bar.

Wed 17 Jun

£15; £11 (£13) / 0151 666 0000

Thu 18 Jun

£15; £11 (£13) / 0151 666 0000

Fri 19 Jun

£15; £11 (£13) / 0151 666 0000

Sat 20 Jun

£15; £11 (£13) / 0151 666 0000

Vienna Festival Ballet: 35th Anniversary Gala

Founded in 1980 by the vastly experienced Austrian dancer and artistic director, Peter Mallek, Vienna Festival Ballet uses talented international dancers, giving a vitality, energy and freshness to every performance.

Fri 1 May

We've Only Just Begun: The Carpenters

Relive the magic of one of the greatest female voices in pop music history as Toni Lee becomes Karen Carpenter and sings over 22 hits.

Sun 17 May

£21.50 (£19.50) / 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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