Spa Pavilion - What's On
The Spa Pavilion in Felixstowe originally opened as ‘The New Floral Hall’ in 1909 but soon became known as the Spa Pavilion. The Pavilion was then completely re-vamped and extended in the late 1930's, and re-opened as a large theatre and music hall in April 1939. In 1941 it was hit by a WW2 bomb resulting in the venue being re-built again and re-opened in 1950. The Spa was a thriving seaside venue right up until the 1990's but a gradual decline led to the closure of the theatre in 2013. The new owners re opened The Spa in 2015. The venue has a bar and restaurant area with sea views and it hosts a wide range of music, concerts, comedy and much more.
No cameras, video cameras or audio recording devices No mobile phones No smoking
Babes-in-arms (children under 2 years old) will only be allowed in the theatre for events specifically aimed at children. Children aged 1 - 15 years old shall require their own ticket, which shall be at full price if no child concessions are available at the time of booking. Accompanying adults will be asked to remove any noisy children.