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Pavilion Theatre
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Pavilion Theatre

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In Person: Marine Parade, Worthing, West Sussex, BN11 3PX
Phone: 01903 206206

By Rail
Worthing (WRH) station is 17 minutes walk away (0.8 miles).

By Bus
South Street (Stops J, K, L and M), Worthing, BN11 3AW are 2 minutes walk away (0.1 mile).

By Car
Worthing Grafton Multi-storey Car Park (BN11 3PZ), opposite Worthing Lido, is 2 minutes walk away (0.1 mile).

Worthing High Street Multi-storey Car Park (BN11 1NY), above the Guildbourne Centre, is 7 minutes walk away (0.3 miles).

By Bike
Traditional bike stands are available just outside the venue. These are uncovered and unmonitored – left at owners risk.

By Coach
Drop Off / Pick Up –There are spaces marked “Buses” parallel to the road West of the venue, where you can park for a few minutes to load or unload passengers. Marine Parade (Stop E) is the closest marker on Google Maps. Coach Parking –The Lido, Marine Parade, Worthing, BN11 3QJ is 1 minute walk away (0.1 mile). There are numerous coach parking spaces along Marine Parade.

Access Info

For detailed access information please visit the theatre's access page:

Built in 1926, our Pavilion Theatre is almost 100 years old. Its history and location is what makes it so special, and invites audiences to experience theatre in a unique and picturesque venue.

The Pavilion is located on the promenade at the entrance to Worthing Pier; perfectly central in the town but with the backdrop of the sea. This is particularly impressive when viewed from the Atrium, the venue’s glass-walled room to the west of the main auditorium, which hosts a number of events from small scale shows to quizzes, workshops to social events, and is popular for its gorgeous views and well-stocked bar.

The main house of the theatre boasts the location for many of WTM’s larger scale performances, including our annual pantomime. While theatre is our main forte, the Pavilion hosts a diverse programme of events, including dance, circus, and music.

The distinctive fishbowl shape of the theatre gives it an air of individuality and regal elegance. Despite the historic feel of the building, the Pavilion Theatre is accessible and inclusive. It’s right opposite the main bus stop for all routes in Worthing, and is just a mile away from Worthing Train Station.

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