Brighton Dome is situated a stone’s throw from the Royal Pavilion at the heart of Brighton's Cultural Quarter. Location map
Brighton Dome comprises three performance venues:
- the Concert Hall and Corn Exchange are accessed via the entrances on Church Street
- Brighton Dome Studio Theatre (formerly Pavilion Theatre) is entered via New Road
Brighton railway station is a 10-minute walk away with fast, regular services into Brighton from London (journey time just 52 minutes from Victoria or 56 minutes from London Bridge) and from along the coast. For up-to-the-minute travel information, visit Southern Railway or call National Rail Enquiries on 08457 484950.
There are frequent bus services to Brighton Dome from all parts of the city. For information on local services, visit Brighton & Hove Bus Company.
On-street parking is very limited, but possible after 6pm and on Sundays. There are a number of car parks nearby.
Car Park offers
You can take advantage of a special £4.50 evening rate at the RCP North Road on North Road for parking from 5pm – midnight. RCP North Road Car Park is a 4 minute walk from Brighton Dome.
Brighton Dome & Festival Members can save 30% on standard parking charges at anytime when coming to events - simply collect a follow-on car park ticket at the venue after the performance. (This does not apply to parking that is pre-booked online.)
Special £5.50 matinee follow-on tickets for the NCP Theatre car park are also available at the venue after the performance for audience members attending Brighton Philharmonic Orchestra concerts (subject to availability - BPO and Brighton Dome & Festival Members may pre-book these); our Sunday Coffee Concerts, our Organ concerts, our weekend matinee children's theatre performances and other matinees. These allow parking from 1 hour before and up to 1 and half hours after the performance.
Places to stay
Situated in the heart of Brighton there are plenty of excellent hotels nearby. Take a look at this travel guide on Trivago for some suggestions.
Photo: Brighton Dome (Church Street entrance) © Matthew Andrews