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Rothesay Pavilion

Rothesay Pavilion
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Rothesay Pavilion

An iconic Art Deco building on Argyle Street, overlooking Rothesay Bay, the Rothesay Pavilion opened in 1938 and was designed by James Carrick (1880 - 1940). Now A-listed because of its architectural importance, the building provides a venue for music, theatre, conferences and exhibitions. Its monumental facade includes a bow-fronted wing, with a similarly-curved canopy over the terrace above. The flexible main hall has a capacity of 1000 people, while smaller rooms are used for meetings, seminars and training courses.

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