Magnificent March

Coming soon to our amazing venue!

We wondered how we could top our bill of fare for February, but we think we may well have done it. March is looking even better, with a wider than ever variety of shows and events, is it any wonder we are fast becoming Worthing’s leading arts and music venue. Make sure you join our mailing list for regular updates on all the St Pauls has to offer.

So what do we have for you this month?

Friday 9th – Soundhouse at St.Paul’s – Just £4

Starts 7 pm

Four superb local bands in one evening brought to you in conjunction with Soundhouse Studios. Come along and see what the Worthing music scene has to offer. On the bill are superb funky rockers My Pet Shark, the weird, warped electric sounds of Vektrill, Alternative rock/Indie from Teal and Alternative Contemporary RnB from BBC Introducing tipped, Jacob Aaron and the Reign.

All for just £4 on the door, that’s a quid a band; you can’t even get a decent coffee for that. So get your tickets before they sell out.

Saturday 10th – The Revolver Review – SOLD OUT!

The legendary burlesque evening, Revolver Review returns, sadly this event has sold out but keep watching our what’s on page as I am sure they will be back at St Paul’s Worthing soon

Saturday 17th – St. Pats for St Barnabas – £14*

Doors Open 7 pm / Starts 8 pm

We are pleased to confirm that after a break of 4 years Worthing’s own Flash Company are reviving their annual St Patrick’s Day charity party and they have chosen St Paul’s as the venue.
A fun night of foot-stomping Irish music is promised and has always been delivered so why not join Flash Company and friends in the atmosphere of a great Irish party to raise money for St Barnabas House.

Dance floor and bar open throughout. It’ll be grand!

Thursday 22nd – Meet Joe Black – £12 *

Doors Open 7 pm / Starts 7.30 pm

Celebrating the musical numbers of the finest villains, evil doers, baddies and the downright despicable, infamous cabaret miscreant Joe Black invites you to indulge in the glorious and mysteriously lime green hues of the dark side and find out why it feels so good to be bad.

Joined by his terminally bewildered henchwoman Friedrich Hollandaise on piano, Joe Black will celebrate the baddest in the land. So be prepared you poor unfortunate souls and trust in me, as we connect to our friends on the other side.

Mirror mirror on the wall… Who’s the most evil one of all?

Get yourself along and enjoy a beguiling mix of 30’s Berlin Glamour and comically sinister Disney-style villainy, that drove the normally loquacious Jonathan Ross to review the show with a simple “Amazing”.

Friday 23rd – Worthing Portrait artist of the Year Competition – Free Event

Doors Open 5 pm / Ends 10 pm

15 local artists, 15 portraits, 4 hours, 1 prize!

Come and watch the artists at work and watch as the portraits take shape before your very eyes! 15 artists vie for the prize at this free public event, a must for any art lover.

Saturday 24th – “The Last Word” 60’s Soul and Motown Revue – £10*


Doors Open 7.30 pm / Starts 8 pm

Worthing’s own Soul and Motown revue THE LAST WORD formed over 25 years ago have reformed after 10 years for a one time only benefit for STAND UP TO CANCER. The musicians who form the band have shared the stage with such luminaries as Madness, Franz Ferdinand, The Lee Thompson Ska Orchestra and The Hot Knives, and inspired by Alan Parker’s The Commitments promise an evening of classics ably supported by the amazing Mod-n-Soul DJ’s Steve Bowden and Mark Foxon. If you cannot attend the gig please help them get to their target of £2,000 by donating at their just giving page 

Saturday 31st – An Evening with Jack Swagger – £25.00 Early Bird, £40.00 General Admission

Doors Open 6.15 pm / Starts 7 pm

Be part of select group of no more than 220 people who will have the opportunity to hear former WWE Heavyweight Champion Jack Swagger recount tales of the highs and lows of life in the kayfabe world. If you feel brave enough take part in a Q&A with Jack and afterwards have the chance to meet the man in person, shake his hand, get a photograph or get some merchandise signed.

To complete the evening there will be a comedy compere and an auction where you will have the chance to bid on and win some amazing memorabilia from the wrestling world.

At St.Paul’s Worthing we feel we have something for everyone, from 1930’s Berlin to 1960’s Soul, from the brightest of new bands, to Stars of WWE. A venue which is proud to support causes such as St. Barnabas and Stand up to Cancer and who are delighted to see the reunion or return of much loved local acts such as Flash Company and The Last Word.

Make sure you are on our mailing list as we have much more to offer in April an some events have already sold out, remember it’s the early worm and all that.

*Booking fee may apply.

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