PechaKucha 20x20 Night

    Tomorrow night (Tuesday 27 September)
    £5, £4 Members, £3 Students 

    A fast-paced, informal, fun gathering: crossing creative disciplines, sharing knowledge and igniting new ways of thinking!

    A panel of inspiring speakers will show 20 images, each for 20 seconds, and present their ideas in just 6 minutes and 40 seconds!



    Fiona Banner: Buoys Boys

    Open until Sunday 8 January

    Leading British artist Fiona Banner presents an immersive installation exploring her ongoing interest in language and its limitations. The exhibition, which takes place both inside and outside of the gallery, is a play on digital vs. material experiences.

    As part of the Root 1066 International Festival.



    On Tour: Ivan Chermayeff
    Cut and Paste 

    Open until Saturday 1 October

    Hosted at London College of Communication as part of London Design Festival, Ivan Chermayeff: Cut and Paste is a De La Warr Pavilion touring exhibition, co-curated by Alan Powers and Jane Won.




    Saturday 1 October

    A world premiere of Howard Moody’s powerful new opera marks the 950th anniversary of 1066

    Specially commissioned for Battle Festival 2016 and the ROOT 1066 International Festival in partnership with Glyndebourne and the De La Warr Pavilion.


  • photo: Lily Holman   

    A Celebration of David Bowie - Philip Glass: Heroes Symphony / Low Symphony

    Wednesday 14 December

    Presented by The British Paraorchestra and Friends 

    Charles Hazlewood conducts Army of Generals and members of the British Paraorchestra.

    The 42-piece orchestra, takes the musical essence of Bowie’s Heroes and Low albums and re-expresses them through Glass’s un-mistakable and hypnotic brand of alchemy to produce a night of reflection and wonder.



    Peter Blake
    Alphabets, Letters & Numbers.

    Gallery 2

    The De La Warr Pavilion is proud to present a stunning collection of Blake's work in Gallery 2 comprising three print series, Alphabet (1991), An Alphabet (2007) and Appropriated Alphabets (2013), and a personally chosen selection of related original artworks.

    A signed Limited Edition print is available to purchase, for more details click the link.


    Image: Appropriated Alphabets 7 © Peter Blake, courtesy CCA Galleries

    Letterpress Workshop

    Saturday 29 October
    10.30am - 4.30pm, 18 years+ 

    Artist Pea Crabtree returns to DLWP with two new dates. Inspired by Peter Blake’s alphabet series, this workshop enables you to explore typography and printmaking and create your own unique prints. 



    Christmas Comedy Clubs

    Back by popular demand this December. 

    Top acts from the comedy club circuit promise plenty of laughs for your office or staff party, Christmas “do” or group of friends.

    Early Bird (until 30 September) £32.50 per person

    Ticket price includes a two course seasonal buffet meal and a glass of sparkling wine on arrival, comedy act and afterparty.