Peoples Gallery

Peoples Gallery

We have been gathering images from the community over the past five years. When the Pavilion opens again, these with be accessible through a Pavilion Peoples Archive. Meantime, here is a selection to...
Vision and Mission

Vision and Mission

“Beyond its impressive architecture and cultural significance, the Pavilion’s roots are deeply embedded in creating a living legacy for the communities it serves. We envisage the Pavilion as a pathway to better life and work opportunities for Bute islanders,...
The Pavilion’s Brandane Friends

The Pavilion’s Brandane Friends

“We are all passionale about Bute and the future of this bonnie Isle.” – Someone cool COLLABORATE WITH US By the time we open we hope to be collaborating and innovating with everyone on our...
Privacy Policy

Privacy Policy

We hold personal data about our workforce, customers, donors, suppliers and other individuals for a variety of business purposes. This policy sets out how we seek to protect personal data and ensure that our workforce understand the rules governing their use of...
Newsletter

Newsletter

We are all passionate about Bute and the future of our Isle. Sign Me Up!Our wee emails are the best way to hear about what's happening at the Pavilion.We promise not to send them too often so your inbox is not overwhelmed. Check your inbox for confirmation! First Name...
News and Media

News and Media

News and Media Mar 29, 2024 | PAV NEWSread more Home Away From Home: Exhibit at Bute House Mar 29, 2024 | PAV, PAV NEWSText to go here yada yada   First use of Augmented Reality in brochure and exhibiton form.   read more ‘Leading lights’ attend the Scottish...
Board of Trustees

Board of Trustees

Janice Forsyth, Chair Janice has been working in the arts world, mainly in Scotland, for the last 35 years – initially in arts PR for a wide range of organisations, before moving into the media, as a TV and radio presenter/producer and newspaper/magazine writer. She...
Letter to a friend ‘doon the watter’.

Letter to a friend ‘doon the watter’.

I’d like to share a personal story about a very special building on the Isle of Bute: the Rothesay Pavilion. Like many islanders, I saw the Pavilion as an empty shell, a relic of the past that had lain empty since I came Bute 7 years ago. However, a chance opportunity...