Built in 1935 on the site of Maria Fitzherbert’s stables, Brighton Dome Studio Theatre (formerly known as the Pavilion Theatre) was first used as a supper room and became a theatre soon afterwards.
Today, this is the space in which to sample some of the best new theatre and dance from national and international companies alongside artists from the region. Brighton Dome Studio Theatre is also a thriving live music venue proving increasingly popular with both musicians and audiences. Catch a lunchtime chamber recital or hear the most exciting bands from across the city in our monthly SPECTRUM nights.
Take a virtual tour
- Disabled access facilities for wheelchair users
- Toilets that are accessible for disabled people
- An 'assistance dogs welcome' policy
- An induction loop has been installed to benefit our hard of hearing customers
- Lift available
- Download our Studio Theatre Access Statement (PDF)
- Download our Studio Theatre Access Statement (Word doc)