Residency in Brighton

The London Philharmonic Orchestra 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 Orchestra has been a Resident Orchestra at Brighton Dome since 2001, performing four Saturday evening concerts each season.

LPO at Brighton Dome

'The glow of anticipation generated by concert-goers about to bear witness to the renowned London Philharmonic Orchestra might be a spectacle in itself.'

Howard Young,

We are delighted to announce our 2018/19 season at Brighton Dome, which sees us performing with world-class talent once again. The season launches in October 2018, and booking is now open.

Forthcoming LPO concerts at Brighton Dome

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Students and 18-26 year olds

£5/£10 best available tickets available for each concert for members of our NOISE schemes.

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

Bus: For information on frequent local bus services go to


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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.