Advantages Easy to visit. Lovely gardens.
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From the main line station, it is about a 15 minute walk. Come out of the station (2 entrances/exits) and walk straight ahead. The road in front slopes slightly down hill and The Dome is down the hill and over to your left. There are signposts and locals will refer to it as being in the 'Cultural Quarter'. (Oh yes, a little bit of posh you know). Its also near 'The Lanes' (Shopping area).
They have a licenced bar within. The counter is quite a decent length and a 'zig-zag' lightening shape which helps when queueing up.
They can cater for functions such as wedding receptions, gala dinners, conferences and product launches.
Obviously they have normal facilites like a cloakroom and toilets.
A word of warning for the Toilets!! The set by the main bar have an automatic opening sliding door. You go through & the male toilets are right ahead with the ladies to one side. When the mens door is then opened (or if there's a queue), ladies may see more than they expect(!!).
Who did you miss:
Earlier events at The Dome have seen people such as 'The London Philharmonic Orchestra', Alison Moyet, Bill Wyman, Gary Numan, Patti Smith, Yamato- Drummers of Japan, Van Morrison, Lambchop and many more.
Quite simply all the prices vary. Some events will attract a Discount if you buy tickets for a few different events at the same time.
Some concessions will be available for over 60's or registered disabled.
Students and under 18s will sometimes be able to get half-price tickets.
Family tickets are sometimes available.
They do charge a little extra for phone and postal bookings. Bookings can also be done online and the fee drops.
The Ticket office is at the side of The Dome.
Web Site: Further Information about The Dome and its events can be found on www.brightondome.org
Round About The Dome:
On one side of The Dome is a set of gardens, lovely to wander through before/after an event. Just great for the backdrop in your photos if you're dressed in all your finery.
Along another side are a selection of restaurants and pubs. Just perfect for the pre/post meal or drink.
Car parking is available in the NCP a matter of yards from The Dome.
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