Brighton

Where the brave push themselves further

Brighton is the perfect example of a British seaside destination, famous for its colourful beach huts and grand Regency buildings. The city is one of Britain’s most creative and vibrant, offering a mixture of historic architecture, elegant walkways, leafy parks and energetic nightlife. You’ll find a wide range of venues and attractions in Brighton city centre, all within walking distance of each other.

 

Getting here

  • Brighton is 30 minutes from London Gatwick Airport by train. Gatwick has direct flights between many UK, European and North American cities.
  • Brighton is 50 minutes from central London by train.

Brighton Centre

 

Situated on the seafront, the Brighton Centre is Brighton’s largest venue, boasting light, airy and spacious interiors that can accommodate up to 4,500 delegates in theatre-style seating.

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Brighton Centre

Brighton Dome

 

Located in the Royal Pavilion Gardens, the Brighton Dome is an inspiring mix of 19th century and modern design. Suitable for events hosting up to 1,700 delegates, its five flexible venues vary from ornate to light and airy spaces.

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Brighton Dome

Royal Pavilion

 

The Royal Pavilion offers an regal backdrop for corporate events. With its elegant architecture and decorative rooms, the venue is perfect for drinks receptions, award ceremonies and lavish dinners. Its opulent Banqueting Room and Great Kitchen can accommodate up to 130 delegates for a seated dinner.

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Royal Pavilion
18 Oct 2018(last updated)

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    Brighton Centre

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    Brighton Dome

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    Royal Pavilion

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