Hosting modern rock and pop concerts, the Worthing Symphony Orchestra, the Worthing Wurlitzer (the largest Wurlitzer organ in Europe) and a wealth of other events, the Assembly Hall Complex is an ideal entertainment venue providing you with the very latest in sound and lighting technology. The Assembly Hall Complex has a fully licensed bar and in house caterers can look after all your requirements. As catering in the Council venues is undertaken by contractors it is not possible for outside catering to be brought in.
Parking available at the Civic Car Park behind The Assembly Hall, Stoke Abbot Road after 4 pm Monday to Friday, after 6pm on Saturday and all day Sunday. Just a few minute's walk from the Connaught Theatre and 10 minutes walk from the Pavilion Theatre.
New Saturday rates: From Saturday 2nd April 2011, charges for this car park before 6pm on a Saturday are £2 for 4 hours, or 50p an hour, with a maximum stay of 4 hours. More details from www.worthingtowncentre.co.uk.
On-street parking in Worthing is also free after 6pm Mon-Sat, plus all day on Sunday and Bank Holidays.
Car Parking Deal
We have teamed up with the NCP in Worthing and can offer our customers the following special rates:-
High Street Multi-Storey "pay on foot" Car Park, located at the Guildbourne Centre
Monday to Saturday
Enter the car park after 1 pm and pay £1.30 per hour with a maximum charge of £6 up to 24 hours.
After 6 pm and on Sundays
Pay £1.00 per hour to a maximum of £3.
Validate your car park ticket at The Pavilion and Connaught Theatre booking offices to receive this special rate.
Union Place NCP "pay and display" Surface Car Park, located next to the Connaught Theatre Up to 30 minutes 50p Up to 1 hour £1.10 Up to 2 hours £2.20 Up to 3 hours £3.30
To avoid possible disappointment patrons with special needs are strongly advised to contact our Box Offices or Call Centre to book in advance as spaces are limited due to health and safety. Unfortunately, wheelchair spaces cannot be booked online. It is usually possible to arrange for a combination of wheelchair and standard seating to allow patrons to sit together, please state any requirements you may have when booking. Staff at all our venues are always happy to assist.
Disabled access to the Assembly Hall Complex is by a ramp, situated on the East side of the main entrance, giving access to all areas, except the balcony. For wheelchair users there are up to ten spaces in a special alcove on the left hand side of the auditorium. Wheelchairs and seats may be mixed in this area, allowing friends to sit together. There are special toilet facilities in the bar area as well as a loop system for the hard of hearing. Guide dogs are permitted in the auditorium.