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Child Protection

Pavilion Theatre is committed to providing a safe environment and a positive experience for all children with whom we interact. In accordance with guidelines outlined in “Children First, National Guidelines for the Protection and Welfare of Children”, we believe that the welfare of children is of paramount importance; thus we have created a very comprehensive Child Protection Policy.
Pavilion Theatre's Child Protection Policy can be found by clicking this link.
Pavilion Theatre's Child Safeguarding Statement can be found by clicking this link
Our Child Protection Policy and Safeguarding Statement have been developed in line with requirements under the Children First Act 2015, the Children First: National Guidance, and Tusla’s Child Safeguarding: A Guide for Policy, Procedure and Practice.
If you've any further questions, please contact Pavilion Theatre’s Operations Manager and Designated Liaison Person for Child Protection:

Age Suitability and Restrictions

Certain shows at Pavilion Theatre will have age restrictions based on suitability and content. If you are unsure of the age suitability of a particular show, please contact Box Office in advance of purchasing your ticket. If we feel that an event is not suitable for a person of a certain age, the venue has the right to refuse admission.

Children Policy

All children under the age of 15 must be accompanied by an adult and have a valid ticket. 

Children aged 2yrs and under do not need their own ticket for most events but must sit on the accompanying adult's lap.

For a children’s event with an age guidance of under 3 years, tickets must be purchased for children within the age guidance range.

Please note that small babies and young children are only allowed attend shows that are advertised as a family/schools' show or as a family friendly local arts performance. Please enquire at the time of booking. This decision is at the venue's discretion. Parents/guardians with a child who is disrupting other patrons will be asked to leave the auditorium to settle the child.

We will not take the personal data of anyone under the age of 18 years of age.