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Brighton Dome – Concert Hall
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- Brighton Dome – Concert Hall was inspired by the Corn Exchange in Paris.
- It was originally covered with a huge segmented glass dome.
- Remarkable building – designed as the Prince Regent’s riding stables, and finally completed in 1805.
- It was part of the famous Royal Pavilion Estate.
- Later converted into a Concert Hall in 1866 and as a result became the most fashionable and culturally significant venue in the south.
- Restored again in 1935 with a resplendent art-deco interior leading to the showcasing of some of the world’s biggest names in arts and entertainment.
- Thanks to Lottery Funding, closed for renovation in 1999 re-opening three years later in Mar 2002.
- Newly improved sight lines, a seating capacity of 1700 and with the stalls removable for extended performance space and an increased part standing capacity of 1860 .
- Each year, we present and produce over 600 events
- Spanning music, theatre, dance, comedy, literature, spoken word, visual arts, film, digital and more.
- Each May we produce England’s leading and most-progressive mixed-arts celebration, the internationally-acclaimed Brighton Festival.
- A rich history spanning over 200 years we’re an extraordinary space in which to bring the arts alive.
- A hub for artists across the region
- Commissions and supports both emerging and established artists.
- Read about our Associate Artists and programming partners.
- We are committed to bringing all sorts of art to all sorts of people. By offering imaginative new ways to discover and participate.
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