Imagine... New spaces coming to life

We are currently undergoing an exciting £21 million redevelopment which includes the transformation of our nationally-important Corn Exchange and Studio Theatre which will restore long-lost heritage features as well as provide new, state-of the art facilities, which will be available for conference and venue hire. 

Here are some images taken on-site alongside visualisations of what the spaces are to be just next year in autumn 2019! We are taking bookings now so if you are planning a large scale conference, a company meeting or a grand banquet – we have spaces available to hire for between 50 to 1700 people. Please call 01273 261524 or events@brightondome.org

Brighton Dome is part of the Royal Pavilion Estate combining a royal palace, a regency garden, a museum and art gallery and beautifully unique conference and event spaces. Centrally located in Brighton's buzzing cultural quarter.

"Imagine... the UK's largest span timber ceiling restored and revealed. We are creating it." Top: Photograph of the Corn Exchange side windows with paint stripped off half the ceiling to reveal heritage timber frames during the building works, as of Jun 2018. Bottom: Architects visualisation of the Corn Exchange during an exhibition with natural light flooding in and original timber frame roof revealed


"Imagine... the Corn Exchange windows as a grand backdrop in the new gallery bar. We are creating it." Top: Photograph of the Corn Exchange window during building works, Jun 2018. Bottom: Architects visualisation of the new gallery bar, with natural light and a space to look through the large windows into the Corn Exchange


"Imagine... a beautifully restored and well proportioned conference space for 200. We are creating it." Top: Photograph of the Studio Theatre during building works, as of Jul 2017. Bottom: Architects visualisation of the Studio Theatre used as a conference space with a few table around the edges and both natural and theatre lighting


"Imagine... Prince Regent's original riding house revived for large scale dinners, exhibitions and conferences. We are creating it." Top: Photograph of Corn Exchange building works (as of Jun 2018) Bottom: Architects visualisation of the Corn Exchnage, with original heritage features of exposed timber frame roof, being used for a banquet with tables laid out across the room and deep purple dinner lighting


"Imagine... grand entrances and historical features restored. We are creating it." Top: Photograph of the Corn Exchange entrance during the building works, as of Jun 2018. Bottom: Architects visualisation of the entrance, with natural light and poster and art displays


"Imagine... a beautiful open and airy space with natural light flooding in. We are creating it." Top: photograph of the exterior of the Corn Exchange (in a landlocked area) with steel framing in place to create what is soon to be the Gallery space. Bottom: Architects visualisation of the new Gallery space, with the large windows looking into the Corn Exchange, and natural lighting in the bar

Photography by Carlotta Luke

Visualisations by Feilden Clegg Bradley Studios (FCBS)