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The Esplanade, Weymouth, Dorset, DT4 8ED

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Latest News

Monday 22nd February

Following the announcement today of the ‘roadmap out of lockdown’ we are pleased to announce that we will back in business very soon!

We hope to be able to be open on Monday 12th April* serving drinks to be enjoyed in the sun (fingers crossed) outside.

Indoor performances can start again on Monday 17th May*, still with social distancing.  Watch this space for details.

If all restrictions are abolished from Monday 21st June* then we will be back to business as before.  Hold on to your hats - it’s going to get busy!!!

*These dates are subject to the Government Criteria being met at the time


Wednesday 3rd March

Due to popular demand we have added and extra date to our

run of Rapunzel Grown Ups Only!!!


The new date is Thursday 3rd June

and tickets are now on sale so be quick!!

Friday 19th February

For the next three nights Weymouth Pavilion will be lit in RED

for World Encephalitis Day.

 Encephalitis is an inflammation of the brain.  It is caused either by an infection invading the brain (infectious encephalitis) or through the immune system attacking the brain in error (post-infectious or autoimmune encephalitis).

Anyone at any age can get encephalitis.  There are up to 6,000 cases in the UK each year and potentially hundreds of thousands worldwide.

Click HERE to find out more.


Monday 22nd February

Happy Birthday Rotary

From Monday 22nd to Sunday 28th February Weymouth Pavilion

will be lit up in blue and yellow for

Rotary World Peace and Understanding Day which celebrates the first Rotary meeting in Chicago, way back in 1905.

On 23rd February 1905 four lonely men met in a lawyer’s office

in Downtown Chicago to form a professional group with the

aim of friendship and to further business interests.

The meeting was a great success so they decided to meet

weekly and rotate the meeting place from one person’s office

to another – hence the name Rotary.

Find out about the history of the Rotary online: www.rotary.org

Friday 5th March

Keep checking in for shows moving and postponing.

Please don’t assume that shows after lockdown lifts in June will take place.

Many theatres around the UK are not able to accommodate shows at the present time so some shows are

struggling to get a complete tour together.

Because of this shows are postponing into 2022.