The Grand Pavilion

An Edwardian building rescued and run by the community as a charity—help us repair, maintain and restore this amazing building by hiring our rooms and coming to our our events!

Call our Box Office for more information 0114 360 9355



To find out more about our programme of music, theatre and other events, simply visit our What’s On page. You can also subscribe to our news to ensure you never miss an event or special offer. 


Hire one of our rooms

We have some great options for low-cost room hire and support for your event.

There are a number of rooms now available for hire including The Grey Room (upstairs), Community Room (Ground Floor) and Main Hall for larger events and shows. We can hold events for anything from a few people to over 600 from as little as £10/hour.

If you are interested in looking at any of the rooms at The Grand Pavilion, please email your enquiry to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.The building is licensed to sell alcohol so we can provide a bar for any event.

Room hire leaflet


Visit our new venture - Restoration Cafe

Opened in July 2016, our cafe uses local and high quality produce to create tasty light meals. We can also cater for your event in our building, including alcohol.

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NEW Box Office 0114 360 9355

The cafe is open every day, so it has become the place to go for tickets to most events at The Grand Pavilion, simply call the cafe on 0114 360 9355 and we will help if we can. Our friendly cafe staff have access to information about events and tickets too. 

Upcoming events


Renew your Friends Membership

Pop into the cafe and check if your friends membership has expired. If it has, you can renew it there and then - it is simple and easy.

Membership benefits


Download The Grand Pavilion’s story so far

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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