What is the Pavillion?
An exclusive hire party and events venue. From birthday celebrations to hen parties. An artistic salon, supper club and events space that showcases, promotes and pursues new ideas for creatives who want to collaborate in a non-exclusive community.


Where is the Pavillion?
Located on Walwyn Road in the village of Colwall

Can I visit the Pavillion?
We welcome visitors. Please
get in touch to arrange a mutually convenient time.


Typically, who are your ‘creative collaborators’?
Incredible souls who help us produce something unique for events or our retail strand. We have worked with photographers, theatrical companies, musicians, artists, florists, dancers, chefs and more, but we’re always on the lookout for new ideas and more collaborations to keep us doing fabulous things.​

How do I get involved?
Reach out to us! If you want to collaborate, contribute or come to one of our events, direct message us on Instagram
@pavillioncolwall or email

I’m coming to a supper club – what should I wear?
Wear what you like as long as you feel good – if it features sequins or feathers, we might well be wearing the same thing!

Do you have curfews in place?
We want you to enjoy yourself and relax with us, but we would ask visitors to please be considerate of our neighbours by acknowledging that we cannot raise the volume past 11pm.

Is everything really for sale?
Mostly, yes! Souvenirs from your evening can be purchased from our online retail space or through our gallery sales. We pride ourselves on evolving as people and in our space – every item is sourced with the purpose of being used, enjoyed and sold. 

Can I take photos while I’m there?
Snap and film your heart out as long as the guests you capture are in agreement with your paparazzi moments. And where possible, please follow our ethos of ‘showcase and promote’ by kindly tagging your social media posts with the Instagram handles of corresponding creative collaborators.

​Is the Pavillion accessible for wheelchairs?
Unfortunately, those Victorians didn’t have modern folks in mind when they made the wonky steps (and there are so very many!) or the strange bends of our hallways and narrow doorways. We do not aim to exclude anyone, but unfortunately our space is not easily accessible for wheelchairs although we do hope to make it more accessible in the future.

How do I find out about upcoming events, workshops and more?
Sign up to our mailing list! We also have regular daily updates on
Instagram, on Facebook and on this very website, on our events page.