Residency in Eastbourne

LPO at Eastbourne's Congress Theatre

Covid-19 update: Temporary Closure of Congress Theatre, Eastbourne.

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

Romance and adventure

Romance and adventure

13 October 2019
A celebration of British cinema

A celebration of British cinema

3 November 2019
A sea change

A sea change

19 January 2020
Light and shadow

Light and shadow

23 February 2020
Timeless tales

Timeless tales

22 March 2020
Beethoven

Beethoven's Pastoral Symphony

19 April 2020

 

'To hear the perfection of an orchestra in total command of its forces was a rare treat.'

The Argus, April 2016

Students and 18-26 year olds

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

Getting there

Public Transport

Rail: Eastbourne Station is a 10–15 minute walk away, with fast, regular services to Eastbourne from Hastings, Lewes, Brighton, Haywards Heath, London and elsewhere. To book tickets and for travel updates visit southernrailway.com.

Bus: There is a frequent bus service from all areas of the city. Visit stagecoachbus.com.

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Car Parking

Disabled parking is available on the roads around the Congress Theatre and directly in front of the Devonshire Park Theatre. Patrons may also be dropped off and collected from this point. Disabled parking spaces and pay and display parking are available in College Road Car Park.