The Grand Pavilion

Matlock Bath

An Edwardian building rescued by the local community and operated by their own charitable company—help us repair, maintain, preserve and restore this amazing building. And enjoy our events!

 

NEW for 2014 our programme of LIVE music and events in The Grand Pavilion Matlock Bath

 

Steampunk Victoriana Music and Market Mind, Body and Spirit Event Lucy Ward Band Bon Jovi UK Letz Zep - THE Led Zeppelin Tribute Band Family Craft and Gift Fayre A Night at the Opera by New Georgian Opera Wam Bam Band Little Shop Of Horrors - Matlock Musical Theatre Spring Market Bearded Theory Festival Derbyshire Open Arts Never the Bride with guest Ann Duggan The Road To...Matlock Bath Music Festival Matlock Bath Music Festival ABBA Arrival UK Hats Off To Laurel and Hardy by Philip Hutchinson Summer Market MBAFF - Matlock Bath Adventure Film Festival Peatbog Faeries Rat Pack Vegas Spectacular Show A Girl With A Book Silent Movies Night The Shee Oysterband Views of Matlock Bath Kathryn Tickell and The Side Eddi Reader Autumn Market

To find out more about our new programme of over 30 live music performances, exhibitions, pantos, plays, musicals and art events at The Grand Pavilion Matlock Bath, visit our What’s On page. Subscribe to our free emailing to ensure you never miss an event or a special offer ticketing deal. We promise never to sell or give your details to any other organisation.

 

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Creating pride in Derbyshire Dales

The Grand Pavilion Matlock Bath was built in 1910 to entertain and shelter tourists; up to 17 excursion trains a day came to Matlock Bath, which has one of the longest station platforms in the region as a result. Read more about the area’s tourism and the building’s heritage.

 

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  • University of the Third Age - Matlock Talk
    I gave a speech to the Matlock Branch of the University of the Third Age. It was more of an update from the speech I gave three years ago. There really was a lot to say and it was appreciated by the audience.
    I included photos from the first visit we did to the Pavilion and compared them to what you can see now! This proved very interesting to the audience, which included a couple, who had helped...