The History

 

The Patti Pavilion was originally used as a venue for the performing arts in Swansea, Wales, located at Victoria Park to the South West of Swansea City Centre. The theatre staged plays, pantomimes, musical shows and fairs. The venue was named after Adelina Patti, the great 19th-century Opera Soprano. 

 

The building was originally sited in her winter garden at Craig-y-Nos estate. Patti donated the building to the City of Swansea in 1918 and it was relocated to Victoria Park. It is a Grade II listed building and in 1994, it was given a superficial makeover by the BBC’s Challenge, Anneka.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 



Already falling into disrepair, the building was further damaged by a suspected arson in 2006. The pavilion underwent a major £3m overhaul in 2009 after it became clear that it was not being utilised to its full potential. 

The project was funded by the City & County of Swansea and National Lottery Good Causes. Work began in late 2007 to extend the Patti Pavilion with a new glass covered wing housing an Indian restaurant which is now Adelina’s Bar & Kitchen.

 

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