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Brighton Dome is Brighton's premier venue for top quality music, theatre, family friendly events, dance, performance, conference and venue hire. No trip to Brighton is complete without experiencing at least one of the many great shows on offer.
Pavilion Gardens Church Street, Brighton BN1 1UE, England
My partner and I went to see Passenger last Sunday night. Good venue for acoustics - comfortable seats ( although a little cramped as I 6 ft 2 in tall ) - good bar service with excellent choice of drinks. So what is the gripe-...More
What a great place, lovely staff and fabulous venue, slight mountaineering event for the toilets but minor issue.
Loved the venue, the seats were comfortable, could have done with slightly more leg room.
Passenger was sensational
Say Steve Earle here and really enjoyed the small scale of this venue. Good sound quality and you feel that you are close to the performers. Staff are nice and friendly, despite fighting a loosing battle against people taking pictures for social media on phones....More
I saw The Shires at the venue and they were fantastic.
Ticket entry to the venue was very quick and the lines for drinks etc weren't too long.
We found our seats easily and they were comfortable-ish. We were sat right at the back so...More
This place is extremely user friendly! The seats all have good views, are fairly comfy, have decent leg room. There are the right amount of toilets (very important), although slightly too few bars (equally important). The stage is great. The location is great. Very good,...More
Have visited for two music events, most recently to see Burt Bacharach. The sound quality is amazingly good, and the venue seems intimate and more personal than some of the bigger London venues. Good choice of restaurants just outside for a pre-show meal and NCP...More
We booked to see The Shires here, having seen another show here last year. We had good seats, five rows back in the stalls, but unfortunately someone decided he was going to stand for the majority of the concert, which spoiled our view. Eventually a...More
I was impressed. Good views from our ordinary seats, and therefore I suspect from most seats. Smallish in comparison with London venues, and therefore more personal and intimate. More loos than a lot of venues and the bar area is light and airy. Staff were...More