Stand-up, Jurassic Park in Concert, Joan Armatrading and more... What's on at Brighton Dome: Sat 8 Sep - Sun 16 Sep
3 Sep 2018
What's on at Brighton Dome this September? Well, there's lots! As we embark on the start of an epic autumn season, here's a round-up of what's coming up, in the week beginning Sat 8 Sep.
Sat 8 Sep
Celebrate one of the biggest movie franchises of all time with the Jurassic Park 25th Anniversary! Experience this ground-breaking film as never before: projected in HD with a full symphony orchestra performing John Williams’ magnificent score live to picture.
Sun 9 Sep
Brighton native Mike Rosenberg, aka Passenger returns to his home town as part of his UK tour supporting new album 'Runaway'. Enjoy this throwback to 2013 when Passenger performed his then new single 'Holes' right here in the Royal Pavilion Gardens
Thu 13 Sep
Nashville star and singer songwriter Clare Bowen will be headlining her first major solo tour in support of her brand new solo album
History and Heritage
With the refurbishment of our Corn Exchange and Studio Theatre well underway we're looking closer than ever at the rich history of Brighton Dome and discovering what makes this venue so special. Come along to one of our heritage events this September and find out for yourself.
Ninety-Four Years of Brighton’s Own Orchestra
Fri 14 Sep
Take a look back through Brighton Philharmonic Orchestra's near century of music making at Brighton Dome with this illustrated talk on the history of the city’s very own professional orchestra.
Heritage Open Day
Sat 15 Sep
Take a behind-the-scenes tour (and get a glimpse of our famed underground tunnel), learn about celebrated landscape designer Humphrey Repton’s unrealised vision of the Royal Pavilion Estate, plus live music in the Café-bar and heritage craft activities for our youngest visitors.
To find out more about the refurbishment works visit the Build Brighton Dome website
Sat 15 Sep
Live at Brighton Dome returns with its September edition, presenting another evening of comedy in our iconic Concert Hall with Rob Delaney, John Kearns, Fern Brady, John Robins and compère Mae Martin
Sun 16 Sep
Singer/songwriter Joan Armatrading is celebrating her 46th year in music with her second ever solo tour. Joan has written and recorded new music for this tour and will be singing many of those songs alongside the classics.
Fancy a bite to eat or drinks before the show? Take advantage of the special offers from some of our local supporters and make an evening of it. Treat yourself with offers from POLPO, West Beach Bar and Kitchen, Merkaba, Moshimo, Terre à Terre and Cactus Language