“Voewood is one of the county’s most brilliant secret buildings and an outstanding example of the architecture of the Arts and Crafts Movement.”
Built 100 years ago in the Arts & Crafts style and refurbished in the years after 1998 Voewood is one of the finest houses of the idiom in the UK. Recrafted in the original style it offers contemporary facilities for large parties and public events such as fairs.
Details of Voewood, with history, uses and extensive photographs are on it’s website: voewood.com
de la Warr Pavilion
The Pavilion has the 1930s modernist architectural characteristics of clean straight lines, smooth curves, floor to ceiling windows, a helix-shaped staircase, outside balconies and terraces and a large flat roof.
Grade 1 listed in the 1980s and redeveloped and refurbished in 2005, the Pavilion has two gallery spaces, an auditorium for 1,500 people (1,000 seated), a Cafe Bar overlooking the sea, a shop, a studio and large public outdoor spaces, including the rooftop. We present a diverse, festival-style programme of exhibitions from contemporary and 20th century artists and designers; music, comedy, live broadcast and family events in the auditorium, a dynamic learning and participation programme for all ages and outdoor music and comedy events.
Summaries of and links to other venues will be posted here when the Fairs are confirmed.