Residency in Brighton

LPO at Brighton Dome

Covid-19 update: Brighton Dome – Temporary Closure from Tue 17 March 2020.

Following the UK Government’s advice to the public to avoid contact in social spaces including theatres, to help prevent the spread of coronavirus, Brighton Dome is now temporarily closed for events.

The Spirit of Beethoven

The Spirit of Beethoven

21 September 2019
A celebration of British cinema

A celebration of British cinema

2 November 2019
Love and loss

Love and loss

15 February 2020
Beethoven

Beethoven's Pastoral Symphony

18 April 2020

The LPO first performed at Brighton Dome in 1935 under Sir Thomas Beecham, to mark the re-opening of the hall after major refurbishment. The relationship has flourished over the years, and the LPO has been a Resident Orchestra at Brighton Dome since 2001.

Students and 18-26 year olds

£7 best available tickets available for each concert for members of our NOISE scheme.

Getting there

Public Transport

Rail: Brighton Station is just a 10-minute walk away with fast, regular services to Brighton from London (52 minutes for Southern trains from Victoria and London Bridge). To book tickets and for travel updates visit southernrailway.com.

Bus: For information on frequent local bus services go to buses.co.uk.

 

View Map of local area to Brighton Dome

Car Parking

On-street parking is very limited, but possible after 6pm and on Sundays. There are a number of car parks nearby, including the NCP Theatre Car Park which has a special evening rate. To find out more about parking, visit the Brighton Dome website.