Southend Cliffs Pavilion Southend-On-Sea

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Southend Cliffs Pavilion Southend-On-Sea
Southend Cliffs Pavilion,
SS0 7RA Southend-On-Sea
GB

Venue information

Southend Cliffs Pavilion Theatre provides a stunning range of live entertainment, theatre and dining in the heart of Southend-on-Sea .

The theatre is run by HQ Theatres for Southend Borough Council.

Ray Davies

Ray Davies

Southend Cliffs Pavilion
SOUTHEND-ON-SEA
08/09/14 / 18:30

Ray Davies comes to St David's Hall in Cardiff this September. Buy Ray Davies tickets at Eventim.

 
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JOAN RIVERS

JOAN RIVERS

Southend Cliffs Pavilion
SOUTHEND-ON-SEA
09/10/14 / 18:30

Joan Rivers will be touring the UK in 2014. Buy Joan Rivers tickets at Eventim.

 
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Paul Potts

Southend Cliffs Pavilion
SOUTHEND-ON-SEA
23/10/14 / 19:00

Tenor extraordinaire Paul Potts will be touring the UK in October 2014. Buy Paul Potts tickets at Eventim.

 
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Marty Wilde's Rock N Roll Party

Southend Cliffs Pavilion
SOUTHEND-ON-SEA
26/10/14 / 19:30

Original ‘dreamboats’, Marty Wilde, Eden Kane and, John Leyton with the Wildcats join forces in Marty Wilde’s Roc...

 
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John Mayall 80th Anniversary Tour

Southend Cliffs Pavilion
SOUTHEND-ON-SEA
06/11/14 / 20:00

Celebrate the legendary career of John Mayall . Buy John Mayall 80th Anniversary Tour tickets at Eventim.

 
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Southend Cliffs Pavilion Southend-On-Sea
4 (2 Reviews)
Atmosphere
Acoustics & sight lines
Toilets
Parking
On-site service

Selected reviews for this venue:

Dan, 01/06/14
A tidy, clean theatre, pretty intimate and friendly atmosphere. Not a great deal more to say, but it is nice that some big entertainers still drop by.
Derren Brown (01/06/14) - Stunning (spoiler-free)
I have seen Derren Brown twice before, and whilst the last show Svengali was good, it lacked...something. I suspect that something was Andy Nyman, who is Derrens regular collaborator. It was with Nyman that Derren produced what I think of as his best live material, the pinnacle of which has been, for me, An Evening of Wonders. That is until now. I saw Infamous while it toured and was so impressed, not to mention moved by it, that I have booked again to enjoy the spectacle on its last run in London. Brown is a fantastic performer, who is clearly a master of what he does. The show is written rather beautifully, and whilst the show NAME may be a little....tenuous, it does not detract from just how jaw-dropping it is. The finale is a dizzying display of mental discipline and focus, or at least what appears to be mental discipline and focus; lets not forget Brown is first and foremost a conjurer, so what you think you see and what is are rarely going to be the same. You reach a point where you stop trying to understand or work anything out, which is itself a pointless exercise, given that we are not magicians with decades of experience behind us; you simply allow the show to stun you. Possibly the most impressive thing about his shows is that they have a theatrical bent, there is a theme and an arc; as opposed to simply watching a set of tricks, you get a more fully-fleshed, theatrical, emotionally engaging performance. This is what makes Brown unique in his field, and it is what makes Infamous a must-see!
Mandy, 31/01/14
Thriller Live (31/01/14) - A wonderful tribute!
We expected to hear great music (it is Michael Jackson, after all) and we were not disappointed! The band and the singers were faultless and each song segued into the next with ease, but it was the sheer energy from ALL performers, that made this show such an overwhelming success! The lighting effects and the use of props and set, all contributed to the success of the show as a whole. When we watched the show, we had just got off a flight from Hong Kong, but the excitement of it all ensured that we were wide awake - singing and dancing along with the rest of the audience. If you love Michael Jackson and his music (no matter what age you are), you will love this show. I highly recommend it to anyone who wants a good night, taking a trip down memory lane.
Address: Southend Cliffs Pavilion
Southend Cliffs Pavilion, SS0 7RA Southend-On-Sea
Public transport
By Train

Southend is served by two mainline rail services:-

Fenchurch Street line (C2C): Use Westcliff station. The Cliffs Pavilion is a 5 minute walk away. The Palace Theatre is a 5 minute taxi ride away.

Liverpool Street line (National Express): Use Southend Victoria station. Both theatres are a 5 minute taxi ride away.

By Bus

A bus stop is located immediately outside the main entrance and is served by an hourly No.26A service operated by First Bus.


By road
By Road

The theatre is located approximately one mile from Southend town centre and is accessed from either the A13 or A127, following the brown tourist signs as you enter the town.

Parking

Parking

The Cliffs Pavilion has an 80-space car park on-site, with an additional 125-space pay & display car park situated one block away. Additional pay & display car parking is located along Western Esplanade immediately below the Cliffs Pavilion at the bottom of the cliffs (approximately 5 minutes walk up the steps).

Accessibility

Accessibility

At the Cliffs Pavilion:

Flat-floor access to the bar and the stalls seating area.
Toilets for the disabled.
Infra red loop system.
Guide dogs accommodated.
Designated areas for wheelchair users within the regular stalls seating and a free seat for a companion/helper.
Free audio-tape of our brochure for blind patrons.
Signed Performances.
Special needs-aware theatre personnel.
Pavilion restaurant and Balcony, at Cliffs Pavilion, is accessible via lift.
Dixon Studio, at the Palace Theatre, is accessible via lift.