The Floral Pavilion is a theatre in the seaside town of New Brighton, on the Wirral Peninsula in England. Situated on the promenade overlooking the River Mersey, it presents a mix of comedy, music and children’s shows including a Christmaspantomime.
The original theatre opened in 1913 as an open-air summer theatre within the Victoria Gardens. In 1925 it was covered by an iron and glass roof and during the mid-1960s it was largely rebuilt, with a full metal roof.
Here at the Floral Pavilion it is our intention to be accessible and welcoming to all. We are currently working with Disabled Go and Autism Together to create useful visitor guides.
There is automatic door access to the Lower Foyer directly from the promenade. There are a number of wheelchair spaces in the auditorium. Please inform the Box Office of your requirements at the time of booking.
There is a wheelchair accessible lift from the lower ground floor to the Panoramic Lounge, Conference Centre and Auditorium.
There are a limited number of accessible parking spaces near to the main theatre entrance on the promenade.
Wheelchair accessible toilets are situated in the Entrance Foyer and on the first floor Plaza Lounge
We have an induction hearing loop system installed in the main theatre (hearing aid ‘T’ position). We also have a hearing loop in our Blue Lounge/Conference Centre.
Are welcome in all areas.
There are bicycle racks outside the main entrance to the Theatre. However please be aware that you will be responsible for the security and safety of your bicycle.
Bus and Train
Merseytravel bus and train timetables will be available from the Theatre Box Office.
Fort Perch Rock Car Park (closed 25-30 May 2017 for Seaside Festival) opposite the Theatre has unrestricted parking as has Marine Promenade and Kings Parade. There are a number of designated disabled parking spaces near to the entrance foyer.