Theatres in Brighton
Welcome to the Brighton theatre guide, book theatre tickets, find out what's on and all theatre information for Theatre Royal Brighton, The Brighton Centre, Haunt, Brighton Dome, The Hope And Ruin, Sticky Mike's Frog Bar, Patterns, Green Door Store, Brighton Concorde 2, Brighton Komedia.
Theatre Royal Brighton - Brighton
The Theatre Royal Brighton is one of the oldest and most distinguished theatres in the country. The auditorium of the grade II listed building, which is located at the heart of the city’s cultural quarter, represents an example of the finest regency architecture. The theatre now presents a wide range of West End and touring musicals and plays, along with performances of opera and ballet.
The Brighton Centre - Brighton
The Brighton Centre is a conference centre located in the heart of Brighton. The capacity of the main hall for conferences is 4,500 people and 5,100 for standing concerts. It also has smaller rooms for weddings. Each year they hold a huge range of events including live music, rock gigs, comedy acts, classical concerts, theatre shows, exhibitions and good old-fashioned family entertainment.
Brighton Dome - Brighton
Brighton Dome has three historic spaces under one roof - Concert Hall, Corn Exchange and Pavilion Theatre - Brighton Dome is one of the most versatile and stylish venues in the south. They offer a wide range of performances from classical, comedy, dance & circus, theatre and much more.
Brighton Komedia - Brighton
The gem in Brighton's performance arts crown is undoubtedly The Komedia. The Komedia is the home of comedy, live music, cabaret and theatre to a diverse audience. In fact, together with the sister-venue in Edinburgh, Komedia are at the forefront of the country's entertainment scene.
Rialto Theatre - Brighton
The Rialto Theatre is a brand new theatre in the heart of Brighton. Set in a gloriously Gothic grade II listed building; we’ll be showcasing the best of local talent in the form of cutting-edge new plays, music and comedy.
Old Market - Brighton
The Old Market is a performance/workshop/exhibition space in the heart of Brighton and Hove's Brunswick town. There is a diverse programme which includes live music, great theatre and innovative comedy.
Green Door Store - Brighton
The Green Door Store is a live music venue and late night bar & club located directly below Brighton Railway Station. Since it opened it’s doors in January 2011 it has quickly become one of Brighton’s most loved hubs for live DIY music. They put on up to 14 events a week we guarantee there is always something for everyone. The bar is always free entry, and the whole venue is usually free entry after 11pm except for selected club nights.
Haunt - Brighton
The Haunt is an independent venue located in Brighton's coach station opposite the iconic pier. The Haunt hosts club nights along with live gigs weekly with some big names played here like Erol Alkan, the xx and many more. The Haunt is Brighton's most exciting night out!
Patterns - Brighton
Born in 2015 Patterns was built on the grounds on Marine Parade. The Ground floor they have a nice restaurant and bar and upstairs they have a hand made DJ booth where live acts come to perform. Downstairs is designed purely for dancing and immersive gig experiences, with sonic experience.
Sticky Mike's Frog Bar - Brighton
Sticky Mike's Frog Bar is open from Monday to Saturday from 6pm. The venue hosts live bands and they are run by some of Brighton's best promoters who get local and international bands.
The Hope and Ruin - Brighton
The Hope & Ruin is a pub and a live music venue. The pub is on the ground floor and the music venue is upstairs with a capacity of 150 people with shows on most nights. Sometimes they do have shows on downstairs in the bar as well as upstairs.