Booking tickets through Brighton Dome
Phone: 01273 709709 (Mon-Sat 10am-6pm. £2.25 booking fee)
www.brightondome.org (£1.75 booking fee)
In person: Brighton Dome Ticket Office, 29 New Road, Brighton BN1 1UG (Mon-Sat 10am-6pm, no booking fee)
Book more, pay less
10% discount for 2 concerts
15% discount for 3 concerts
20% discount for 4 concerts
Book for all four concerts and receive a special invitation to our Meet the Players reception courtesy of Villa Maria wines and Heineken.
Group Discounts: Bring friends – save money!
Groups of 10 or more will receive a 20% discount on ticket prices
Groups of 20 or more will receive a 20% discount as well as an extra complimentary ticket for the group organiser.
Please note that offers cannot be combined.
Students and under-26s
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The Concert Hall has several specially designed seat positions as well as lift access and toilets for wheelchair users at each entrance. A companion sitting in a neighbouring seat may be admitted free of charge.
Hearing impaired customers
There is a Sennheiser infra-red assisted hearing system in the Concert Hall. Please reserve your unit when you book and check that your hearing aid is compatible with this system. A refundable deposit is required for use of this system.
Visually impaired customers
Guide dogs are welcome. Printed materials are available in large print on request from the Brighton Dome Marketing Department on 01273 260825.
Brighton railway station is 10 minutes' walk away, with fast, regular services from London and elsewhere. Phone 08457 484950 for details. There is a frequent bus service from all areas of the city.
The nearest car park to Brighton Dome is the Church Street Theatre Car Park. There is an evening rate of £5 for parking between 5.30pm and midnight. The car park is a 2-minute walk from the venue. In addition Brighton Dome and Festival Members can save an extra 30% on top.
The Lanes car park on Black Lion Street, accessed from Grand Junction Road on the seafront, is a 5-minute walk to the venue and charges £4.50 to park from 6.00pm until midnight.
*prices correct June 2013
‘The loud and dynamic orchestra captured the purely distilled dramatic and emotional essence in the complex piece in a stunning marriage of melody and technical prowess. A perfect showcase of the transcendent power of live classical music.’ (5 stars)
Joe Fuller, The Latest, 24 March 2014
‘The great romantic masterpieces of late-19th century composition need the great symphony orchestras of today, a synergy wondrously demonstrated by the London Philharmonic Orchestra at the Brighton Dome. Wagner, Bruch and Tchaikovsky demand a colourful range of tonal effects, total dynamic control and the ability to produce a magnificently powerful sound. They got it.’ Louise Schweitzer, The Argus, 24 March 2014
Brighton Residency: Wagner, Bruch and Tchaikovsky
Romantic masterpieces by Bruch and Tchaikovsky
Wagner Siegfried Idyll
Bruch Violin Concerto No. 1
Tchaikovsky Symphony No. 5
Joseph Swensen conductor
Liza Ferschtman violin
London Philharmonic Orchestra
The workings of fate were an obsessive theme for Tchaikovsky – in his private life and in his public music. As he grappled with his forbidden homosexuality, his failing health and his crippling self-doubt in the summer of 1888, Tchaikovsky sat down to write a symphony that he hoped would save him from 'the inscrutable design of providence'. And, for once, Tchaikovsky discovered the joy of optimism. The overwhelming theme of the Symphony was hope, communicated through music of typical power, emotion and brilliance. Before it, a piece concerned not so much with opposing forces as beauty and virtuosity: Bruch's spectacular Violin Concerto played by the brilliant Liza Ferschtman.
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