Getting to Brighton Dome

What you need to know to get you to Brighton Dome

Brighton Dome Concert Hall & Ticket Office
Church Street

Brighton Dome Corn Exchange & Studio Theatre
New Road

The Prince Regent preferred to enter his magnificent buildings through a secret passageway leading under the Pavillion Gardens to avoid interactions with the public.

Your journey to our venue may be far less chic, but you can expect a warm welcome here by our friendly staff.

You can find us in the heart of Brighton city centre in the North Laine shopping area. We are part of the historic Royal Pavilion Estate, set around the edge of its’ beautiful public gardens – a great spot for picnicking in the summer. 

Brighton Dome comprises three performance venues, bars and other spaces:

  • Brighton Dome Concert Hall, Founders Room and Foyer on Church Street, BN1 1UE, Entrance 3 (///door.truly.horns) & 4 (///radar.brick.heads)
  • Corn Exchange and Studio Theatre on New Road, BN1 1UG, Entrance 1 (///table.dots.scenes)
  • Ticket Office on Church Street, BN1 1UE, Entrance 4 (///radar.brick.heads)

Please make sure to check your pre-show email before attending an event at Brighton Dome to make sure you head to the right entrance.

Sustainable Travel

We encourage audiences to choose a low-emission mode of transport where possible, such as walking, cycling or public transport. Our survey data indicates that 55% of our audiences are currently travelling to our venue sustainably. We would like your help to see that figure improve. Find out more here.

Getting Here

On foot

Use the links below to plan your walking route to Brighton Dome.

By bike

There are cycle lanes across the city, including along the seafront and Old Steine. Bikes can be locked up on racks at the bottom of Church Street or New Road.

Alternatively, Beryl Bikes have bike stations across the city. The closest location to dock is at Brighton Palace Pier. 

By bus

Brighton & Hove Buses take you to your favourite places. Buses are a great way to get around our fantastic city, and there are many routes to Brighton Dome. Catching the bus is better for the environment and can help improve air quality with just one bus taking up to 75 cars off the road. Bus stops on North St, Queen’s Rd and Pavilion Parade are all within a short walk to the venue. 

By Train

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. 

By taxi

Taxis are available 24 hours a day. The nearest taxi pick-up and drop-off point is on Church Street. In Brighton, Hackney Carriage taxis are white and aqua and can be hailed on the street or booked by calling 01273 202020.

Private hire vehicles, including app based operators, can only be booked and won’t pick up passengers from the street.

Electric vehicles and charging

The nearest electric vehicle charging points are in the NCP Theatre Car Park with standard 3 pin (3kW) & Type 2 (7kW) outlets. To find out more about electric vehicles and charging in the city please see Brighton & Hove City Council's website or view all charging points with Electric Brighton or Zap Map. 

By Car

Please check your route for local traffic information before you travel.

On-street parking is very limited near Brighton Dome, but maybe possible after 6pm and on Sundays. The nearest car park is the NCP Theatre Car park. 

You can park at the NCP Theatre Car Park for £7.95 (£6.95 using the new NCP App) after 5pm.

The NCP App also gives you access to a reduced daytime rate at the NCP Theatre Car Park and Russell Road car park:
Up to 4 hours - £8, normally £15.90 - (£19.80 without the app)
Up to 12 hours - £15, normally £29.95 -  (£32.95 without the app)

Download the app, register and apply promocode: BRIGHTONDOME linking a payment card. Scan using the app to enter the car park and on exit which will automatically take the reduced payment sending an email receipt.

Blue Badge Parking

Customers with a Blue Badge can park in disabled bays, pay & display bays and shared use bays in Brighton & Hove. 

Information on parking in local bays

New Road parking spaces - Max stay: 3 hours

Church Street Bays - No time limit on stay

Vist Brighton and Hove City Council’s webpage for more information on Blue Badge Parking.

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Move For Change

The Move for Change campaign is powered by the BetterPoints app that uses smartphone technology to track your journeys by bus, train, bike or foot. The BetterPoints or BetterTickets that you earn by traveling actively and sustainably can then be redeemed at selected local stores and online retailers. 

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