Brighton Dome during World War I & World War II

Between December 1914–February 1916, during World War I, over 4,000 wounded Indian soldiers received treatment at temporary hospitals set up inside the buildings of the Royal Pavilion Estate.

During World War II, Brighton Dome presented popular social dances and organ concerts, providing a welcome distraction from the uncertainty of wartime. Join us for a day of free activities, including backstage tours and talks, exploring Brighton Dome’s role during both World Wars.

When
Sun 3 Nov, 10am–3pm
Where
Foyer
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Tickets
FREE