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Hire Brighton Dome ~ Brighton Dome Concert Hall

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Restaurant

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About Brighton Dome Concert Hall

Brighton Museum & Art Gallery, Pavilion Gardens, Church Street, Brighton, BN1 1UE

Located in the very heart of bustling Brighton; Brighton Dome has five unique and versatile venues to offer, suitable for any event. Originally part of the Royal Pavilion Estate, Brighton Dome is steeped in history dating back to the early 1800's. It's stunning architecture and varied interiors allow each event to make a lasting impression. Our expert team will be on hand throughout to ensure your event runs without any hitches. Imagine your event. We can create it.

Brighton Dome Concert Hall's beautiful 1935 art deco interior conceals within it all the high-tech equipment necessary for today's conference needs. Comfortably accommodating between 200-1700 delegates in tiered theatre style seating, our Concert Hall offers outstanding acoustics, versatile lighting, staging and high speed Wi-Fi and is located alongside the spacious café-bar for conference catering and registration.

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Ratings & Reviews

Sharon WilliamsJune 18th, 2019

Totally amazing. We had our wedding ceremony in the Red Drawing Room this Saturday. It was so atmospheric. The staff and registrars went out of their way to make it feel really special and allowed us to have photos in the music room afterwards as it was a late wedding. Thank you so much everybody. Nice to see people enjoy their work 💒❤️

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Mark WoodleyJuly 3rd, 2019

It's like a wedding cake! Look carefully at the ornamental architectural elements and they look like cake decorations. George IV was infamous for his extravagant spending but this is an incredibly beautiful structure by architect John Nash. Magnificent interiors from the Regency period are on view and are testament to the masterful artisans and craftsmen of the time. The Prince Regent later George IV, was one of a very select group of Royals who made the world a more beautiful place through the Royal Collection Trust. He was also responsible for the creation of the Grand Service of silver-gilt still in use today. Admission. 5 Wows!

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lee barnettAugust 4th, 2019

2 minutes ago I really love walking through the pavilion gardens. I walked through there on thursday with my 3 year old. I took time to have a good look at the nature and the wonderful beauty of this place. The busking was also wonderful and really put a happy vibe in the air. After looking around we saw a few squirrels and a fox was sleeping. It's nice you can get so close to nature in the city.

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Lady Amanda WigginsJuly 8th, 2019

Unfortunately not aloud to take pictures inside so iv none to add but wow what a place very interesting and loved the phone type thing your given at a cost of only 2.00 each you got your own hand held guild so good you can take the tour at your pace and no worries about not hearing what's being said. One of ours bloke down but plenty of staff to be found so a young man soon got it going again we where off to enjoy fabulous I say I must do tour

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Romm SenJuly 20th, 2019

I love the royal pavilion! Its such a great place to visit, I have never seen such opulent and fantastic rooms when visiting other royal palaces or castles. I definitely recommend a visit! You can get audio guides for 2 £ in many languages, which makes the visit even more interesting.

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