Superbly refurbished interior
Top range of movies & live entertainment
Comfortable, traditional theatre seating
Intimate, friendly atmosphere
Dolby Digital Surround Sound
State-of-the-art digital projection/acoustics
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(Online or at Box Office)

Animals and Friends (Spyboy promotion)
Sunday 23 October 2016
| 7:30pm
There is no Eric Burdon but John Steel who has been around from day one and Mickey Gallagher who took over from Alan Price in 1965 are, and Danny Handley does a great job with the vocals!
Expect all the hits ... Boom Boom, Don't let me be misunderstood, We've gotta get out of this place, Baby let me take you home, Dimples, I'm cryin', Talkin' about you, Bring it on home to me, It's my life, and of course The House of the Rising Sun. Take a listen
No matter how far forward music goes, it's always great to look back, and this you can do at the Pavilion with the Animals and Friends
Tickets are £20.00 and available through the Pavilion box office (01323 841414) or online.
Larry Garner (Spyboy promotion)
Saturday 29 October 2016
| 8:00pm

Larry Garner was born in New Orleans, Louisiana, in 1952 and was raised around Baton Rouge, the home of Swamp Blues music.
He has been influenced by many of the Baton Rouge blues scene and writes his own material that reflects his upbringing and surroundings - his songs being delivered with a sense of irony and passion.
A five-time Blues Music Award nominee for Contemporary Male Blues Artist, he was inducted into the Louisiana Blues Hall of Fame in 2002, has a W.C. Handy Award and has been honoured by the BBC as its Bluesman of the Year.
With a dozen albums to his credit and thousands of blues miles travelled, Larry Garner is without doubt one of the world's top contemporary bluesmen.
He is in the UK for just a handful of dates and is being backed by the British based Norman Beaker Band, who Pavilion regulars have seen many times backing Chris Farlowe.
As well as Chris, Norman and the band have shared the stage with amongst others Chuck Berry, Jack Bruce, Peter Green, Buddy Guy, Paul Jones, BB King, Alexis Korner, Jimmy Page, Robert Plant, and recently supported Van Morrison on an extensive tour.
Larry Garner and the Norman Beaker Band - Keep on playing the Blues!

Tickets are £19.50 and available through the Pavilion box office (01323 841414) or online.
Eliza Carthy and the Wayward Band (Spyboy promotion)
Friday 04 November 2016
| 7:30pm | St Mary in the Castle, Hastings

During Eliza Carthy's twenty five year career she has become one of the most dazzling and recognised folk musicians of the modern generation.
She has revitalised and made folk music relevant to new audiences and has captured the most hardened of dissenters with canny, charismatic and boundary-crossing performances. Many of the current crop of young musicians owe their successes in part to her determination, standard-bearing and campaigning spirit.
Eliza Carthy comes to St Mary in the Castle to showcase her new twelve piece powerhouse super-group, which is bursting with some of the finest players in recent times, including members of Bellowhead, Mawkin, Blowzabella, Edward II, and the Peatbog Fairies - The Wayward Band.
... Is this the new Bellowhead?
Click here it might help you to make your mind up - Eliza Carthy and the Wayward Band play the Cobblers Hornpipe

Tickets are £24.50 and available through the Pavilion box office (01323 841414) or online.
Tickets cannot be purchased in advance at St Mary in the Castle
Albert Lee with Peter Asher (Spyboy promotion)
Sunday 06 November 2016
| 7:30pm

Albert Lee is leaving his stateside home for a short Autumn UK tour and he is bringing his life-long friend Peter Asher with him.
Multiple Grammy winners Albert Lee and Peter Asher are set to combine their talents for an acoustic evening of songs and stories.
Albert Lee who has been called "the ultimate virtuoso" by Eric Clapton is a Pavilion favourite, and after taking up residence in the USA shortly after last year's concert, we feared he would never play for us again.
Peter Asher, probably best known as one half of '60s hit makers Peter & Gordon, was to become director of A&R at the Beatles' Apple Records, and then go on to regularly produce records for some of America’s finest, including James Taylor, Emmy Lou Harris, Linda Ronstadt, and Bonnie Raitt.
Both Albert Lee and Peter Asher have been influenced from their earliest days by great American artists like Buddy Holly and the Everly Brothers and they will undoubtedly bring those influences to the Pavilion for this very special show.
Here you can see Albert and Peter sound checking

Tickets are SOLD OUT.
Judie Tzuke (Spyboy promotion)
Saturday 12 November 2016
| 7:30pm

After the sell out success of the Songs and Stories 2015 tour, which saw Judie perform over forty concerts around the country, she is back on the road again and makes a welcome stop-off at the Pavilion.
The concert promises to be an intimate evening of old favourites and tales from across her life and career.
Judie Tzuke is one of the UK's finest singer-song writers and is known all over the world for her timeless song, Stay With Me Till Dawn, and her many top 10 albums, that includes the revered classic, Welcome to the Cruise.
However Judie doesn’t solely rely on her back catalogue, she remains a remarkably creative artist; her songwriting getting stronger with the passing years and her vocals having gained a warm timbre that merely adds to, rather than detracts from her charms.
"The voice has lost none of its cool, plaintive appeal; it's still an instrument of icy allure" The Times ... Decide for yourself

Tickets are £21.50 and available through the Pavilion box office (01323 841414) or online.
Cara Dillon and her band (Spyboy promotion)
Saturday 26 November 2016
| 7:30pm | St Mary in the Castle, Hastings

Raised in the small village of Dungiven, Northern Ireland, Cara Dillon makes music that transcends genres and crosses barriers and has won every folk award going.
She has established herself firmly amongst the leading lights of the new generation of young traditional artists emerging into the mainstream, and in the course of her relatively short career performed regularly to sell-out audiences all over the world.
And here Cara is not only bringing her band to St Mary in the Castle, but she is also bringing an early flavour of Christmas.
Having recorded her highly anticipated Christmas album "Upon A Winter's Night" Cara and her band will be performing classic Carols, Celtic Hymns and other Christmas songs to celebrate and share in the Christmas Spirit ... A tradition in the making!

Tickets are £23.50 available through the Pavilion box office (01323 841414) or online.
Tickets cannot be purchased in advance at St Mary in the Castle
David Bowie – A Celebration (Spyboy promotion)
Saturday 03 December 2016
| 7:30pm

DavidLive presents ... 'Nothing Has Changed', a live show celebrating David Bowie in 'Sound And Vision' ...
David Bowie, who died aged 69 on 10 January 2016, had an immeasurable impact on music and popular culture ...
This show presents a sincere token of remembrance; the band lovingly recreating Bowie favourites including 'Rebel Rebel', 'The Jean Genie', 'Ziggy Stardust', 'Changes', 'Starman', 'Life On Mars', 'Oh! You Pretty Things', 'Suffragette City', 'All The Young Dudes', 'Lady Stardust', 'Moonage Daydream', 'Fame', 'Golden Years', 'Sound And Vision', 'Heroes' , 'Let’s Dance', 'Modern Love', 'Ashes To Ashes', 'Blue Jean', 'Fashion', 'The Man Who Sold The World', 'China Girl', 'Cat People' and 'Space Oddity'.
Opening with his early years as Ziggy Stardust, DavidLive faithfully captures the look and sound that launched Bowie as a superstar, the show then takes a musical shift as Bowie returns as The Thin White Duke, and it is onto The Berlin Years, with songs such as 'Sound And Vision' and the anthemic 'Heroes', it continues with Bowie's funk-infused pop from the 80s onwards, after the 1983 release of 'Let’s Dance' and his rise to global stardom, with songs such as 'China Girl', 'Modern Love' and 'Blue Jean'!
David Bowie may have left us but his influence will be felt for generations.
This night is all about our love and respect for the man who Rolling Stone called "the greatest rock star ever", and how his songs will stay with us always ...
Take a look DavidLive, a tribute to David Bowie with their live version of "Heroes"

Tickets are £20.00 and available through the Pavilion box office (01323 841414) or online.
Maddy Prior and the Carnival Band (Spyboy promotion)
Friday 16 December 2016
| 7:30pm | St Mary in the Castle, Hastings

Renowned folk singer Maddy Prior, joins up once again with the Carnival Band during the Festive Season for their unique celebratory shows Carols at Christmas and Carols & Capers.
Together Maddy and the band mix renaissance, modern and ethnic instruments with a refreshing cavalier attitude and plenty of humour, putting their inimitable stamps on a range of familiar and not-so-familiar festive fare ... take a look
A Christmas Party to remember in a venue never to be forgotten!

Tickets are £24.50 and available through the Pavilion box office (01323 841414) or online.
Tickets cannot be purchased in advance at St Mary in the Castle
St Agnes Fountain (Spyboy promotion)
Saturday 17 December 2016
| 7:30pm

St Agnes Fountain - affectionately known as the "Aggies" have become something of a seasonal institution, staging a series of sell-out Christmas shows across the country for the past fifteen years.
David Hughes and Fairport Convention's Chris Leslie together with Chris While and Julie Matthews bring festive joy, and a celebration of the season.

Tickets are £22.50 and available through the Pavilion box office (01323 841414) or online.

New Year Favourites - Chris Farlowe with the Norman Beaker Band (Spyboy promotion)
Sunday 15 January 2017
| 7:30pm

Those of you who can cast your minds back to the mid sixties may well remember Chris Farlowe’s fine band, the Thunderbirds which featured amongst others the great guitarist Albert Lee and drummer Carl Palmer (later of Emerson - Lake and Palmer fame).
However success for Chris didn’t come until a few years later when he teamed up with Andrew Loog Oldham, the Rolling Stones’ manager, and consequently got to record some Jagger/Richards compositions that included “Out of Time”, undoubtedly his biggest hit single as it raced to number one.
A string of chart successes followed, notably the Mike d’Abo (Manfred Mann) penned (and revived for Ricky Gervais & The Office!) “Handbags and Gladrags”.
During his career Chris Farlowe has fronted such celebrated bands as Colosseum and Atomic Rooster and today with the Norman Beaker Band you'll find “the white man with a black man’s voice” as he was once described, more soulful than ever.
Here is Chris with the Norman Beaker Band "The Guitar Don't Lie".

Tickets are £20.00 and available through the Pavilion box office (01323 841414) or online.

Slim Chance - still playing the music of Ronnie Lane (Spyboy promotion)
Friday 03 February 2017
| 7:30pm

Slim Chance have come together to celebrate the music of one of the shining lights of the '60s and '70s British music scene and the man who formed the band after leaving The Faces, Ronnie Lane, who tragically died in 1997 after his much-publicised twenty year battle with multiple sclerosis.
Over time there have been many musicians who worked with Ronnie, as part of Slim Chance and its offshoots.
The present line includes original members Steve Simpson, Charlie Hart and Steve Bingham who are joined by Geraint Watkins, John Lingwood, Des Horsfall, and Jim Russell, but this is merely the tip of the iceberg for over the years there have been contributions by such illustrious musicians as Benny Gallagher, Graham Lyle, Henry McCullough, Ian McClagan, Ian Stewart, Pete Townshend and Mick Weaver.
Ronnie Lane believed in life, music, friends, and having a good time, sentiments that his band, Slim Chance have inherited and will undoubtedly bring to the Pavilion for this very special show.

Tickets are £19.50 and available through the Pavilion box office (01323 841414) or online.

Celtic Fiddle Festival (Spyboy promotion)
Saturday 25 February 2017
| 7:30pm

Described as three of the finest folk violinists anywhere by The Washington Post, Celtic Fiddle Festival celebrates the violin in all its globe-trotting variations.
Fiddlers Kevin Burke (Ireland), Christian Lemaître (Brittany, France) and Capercaillie's Charlie McKerron (Scotland) showcase a fascinating juxtaposition of international and individual styles.
Sold-out tours and standing ovations give testimony to the electricity and excitement generated by the group.
Along with acclaimed guitarist Nicholas Quéméner from Brittany, the quartet combines their talents, musical traditions, and spontaneous humour for an evening of dazzling energy and subtle grace.
Celtic Fiddle Festival was originally conceived as a unique touring project in 1992, by Kevin Burke, now a resident of Portland, Oregan, but who had been a mainstay of several seminal Irish supergroups, from The Bothy Band to the all-star Irish group Patrick Street, and had toured and recorded with countless artists including Kate Bush, Arlo Guthrie, Paul Brady and Christy Moore.
Three sensational fiddlers from three distinct Celtic traditions. Jazz and rock musicians should take note: bravura, lightning-fast playing is rarely such exhilarating fun. Breathtaking! – The Boston Herald

Tickets are £20.00 and available through the Pavilion box office (01323 841414) or online.

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