- Telephone 0844 847 1515
- Website www.brightoncentre.co.uk
Opened in 1977 by Prime Minister James Callaghan, The Brighton Centre has become a major conference and live music venue, featuring international touring acts. Also host to big name comedy, variety and dance acts. Situated on the beachfront with award winning conference catering The Brighton Centre is an easily accessible, flexible venue that can accommodate conferences and exhibitions for 100 to 4,450 delegates.
Several local buses run along Kings Road and Brighton train station is within 10 minutes walk.
There are 28 events at this location
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The erstwhile 80s pop pin-up plays his brand of post-punk and dandy pop.
The Australian Pink Floyd Show
Probably the best known and certainly one of the longest running Floyd tributes, supposedly counting members of the real band among its fans.
Brighton Tattoo Convention
The Brighton Tattoo Convention promises the best artists around, plus competitions, traders, entertainment, workshops and parties.
Sat 13 May
Not to be confused with the Australian Pink Floyd Show, no sirree. These guys are British. But in other ways, quite similar.
Pop rock trio, reunited after more than a decade for some UK shows. You'll remember them from their masterpieces 'Year 3000', 'What I Go to School For' and 'Air Hostess'.
Dutch singer putting a modern pop spin on post-war jazz styles.
R&B from David, having a bit of a renaissance on the back of his successful Ts5 sessions.
- Written by: Ashley Banjo
Street dance skills from the winners of the third series of Britain's Got Talent, still going strong.
And they called it puppy love … but Donny of the perfect dentistry has had the last laugh with his career revival going swingingly.
The chart-topping Aberdonian soul singer, who nabbed a well-deserved Brits Critics Choice Award.
Greg Davies: You Magnificent Beast
The enormously tall and slightly manic-eyed comedian you'll know from many a telly panel show and from his terrifying turn as the head of sixth form in The Inbetweeners, Davies returns with a new show of stand-up to follow the likes of Firing Cheeseballs at a Dog and The Back of my Mum's Head.
The Harlem Globetrotters, known for their international basketball skills, perform some of their best tricks and slams. Check out the skills of Special K Daley, Big Easy Lofton, Flight Time Lang and the rest.
Some aging rockstar once said that what he feared most, in a musical sense, was the songwriting well running dry. That's something that's unlikely ever to worry James Blunt. He has, it can be said without exaggeration, lived a life that should provide enough material for a dozen albums, with sufficient left over for a…
John Bishop: Winging It
Observational humour from the multi-award winning Liverpudlian stand-up.
The multi-million selling rock and post-punk quintet.
The King Is Back
Elvis tribute from Ben Portsmouth.
Legendary German electronic group who pioneered the genre back in the 70s, are notoriously elusive, and who are renowned as the godfathers of electronic music.
Lord of the Dance
- Directed by: Michael Flatley
- Written by: Gerard Fahy
The Irish dance phenomenon created by Michael Flatley returns.
Sat 11 Feb
- Directed by: Phyllida Lloyd
- Written by: lyrics)
The smash hit musical based on the songs of Abba continues to storm the UK.
Thu 17 Aug
Michael Ball & Alfie Boe
Musical star Michael Ball and popular tenor Alfie Boe join forces.
Micky Flanagan: An' Another Fing
Sharp observations from the Cockney comic. Micky Flanagan who famously popped out and ended up 'out out', is touring a new show for the first time in three years. An' Another Fing follows on from 2011's Out Out tour and 2013's Back in the Game, which became the biggest selling stand up DVD and tour of the year.
The voice behind hits such as Ace's 'How Long', Squeeze's 'Tempted' and Mike and the Mechanics' 'The Living Years'.
Premier League Darts
Ten darts superstars take part in the 11th season of the Premier League, including Raymond van Barneveld, Michael van Gerwen and Phil Taylor.
The feel-amazing musical comedy featuring original music by Tony and eight-time Oscar winner Alan Menken.
Fri 27 Jan
Reggae journeymen still slogging round the touring circuit, but now with a reduced line-up
- Directed by: Toby Sedgwick
- Written by: Michael Morpurgo (book)
The National Theatre's staging of Michael Morpurgo's novel about a farm horse called Joey caught up in the horrors of WWI.