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Trethowans signs up for sixth successive year supporting Bournemouth Pavilion

Trethowans LLP solicitors has renewed it's partnership with The Pavilion Theatre in Bournemouth. Pictured with James Braund and Kimberley Davies of Trethowans are BH Live Entertainments Marketing Manager Laura Sackett and BH Live Venue Director Steve Turner.

By Sam Pither [email protected]

Published: April 3, 2024 | Updated: 3rd April 2024

Law firm Trethowans has renewed its ongoing support for Bournemouth Pavilion, making it six successive years.

The commitment, which is part of its ongoing drive to support and give back to the Dorset community, will go towards maintaining the destination’s Grade II listed art deco venue and ensuring it remains a cultural hub.

The Pavilion was built in the 1920s, and today stands as a key and pivotal landmark in Bournemouth, hosting more than 350 cultural and entertainment performances each year including musicals, pantomimes, dance, comedy and concerts.

It is also a popular venue for diners, community events and exhibitions.

Kimberley Davies, Partner at Trethowans said: “The Pavilion draws so many people into the town each year with a diverse range of performances.

“It’s very much a community hub. It’s hugely important to Trethowans to give back and it’s a real honour to be making a difference in Bournemouth to this enterprising charity.”

BH Live is the charitable social enterprise which runs Bournemouth Pavilion in partnership with BCP Council.

Steve Turner, the organisation’s Director of Venues said: “The Pavilion is a place of great joy and year-round entertainment and is one of our town’s greatest assets.

“Its diverse cultural event programme brings thousands of people together to enjoy shared experiences and special feelgood moments.

“Thanks to Trethowans ongoing support we can reach even more people across the region to experience the joy of live theatre and entertainment.”

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