Explore the Venues

Find out the best way to get to each of our many venues and info on access and venue details

Visit Brighton describes our city as a home to free thinkers, artists, entrepreneurs, eccentrics and entertainers. You only have to take a wander through our winding lanes and streets, packed with history and artwork to get a sense of this. Brighton Festival is spread across our fair city and gives you a fantastic opportunity to explore all of its nooks and crannies or see a space you walk past every day in a whole new light...

See all our venues for this years Festival

People sitting watching a musician on stage. They are inside a church with large concrete poles running throughout and a big triple window at the end of the room

All Saints Church

The Drive, Hove BN3 3QE
Attenborough Centre for the Creative Arts (ACCA)

Attenborough Centre for the Creative Arts (ACCA)

University of Sussex, Falmer BN1 9RA
A performance of people moving around small scaffolding, with Brighton beach and i360 behind

i360 (East)

Lower Kings Rd Brighton BN1 2LN
The front of the Booth Museum of Natural History - a brick wall with two big red doors and a red Booth Museum sign in the middle

Booth Museum of Natural History

194 Dyke Rd Brighton and Hove BN1 5AA

Brighton Dome Concert Hall

Church Street Brighton BN1 1UE
A large room with wooden floors and walls and an exposed beam ceiling, at the end and along the right hand side of the room are large arched windows

Brighton Dome Corn Exchange

Church Street Brighton BN1 1UE
Brighton Dome Founders Room

Brighton Dome Founders Room

Church Street BN1 1UE
Interior of Studio Theatre, showing a view of an empty room with raked seating pushed to the back of the room

Brighton Dome Studio Theatre

Church Street Brighton BN1 1UE
Brighton Girls

Brighton Girls

Montpelier Road BN1 3AT

Brighton Museum & Art Gallery

Royal Pavilion Gardens Brighton BN1 1EE
The front of a large white building with a pointy roof and four large pillars at the front

Brighton Unitarian Church

New Road, Brighton, East Sussex, United Kingdom, BN1 1UF
Brighton Festival

Circus Big Top at Black Rock

Madeira Drive, Brighton and Hove BN2 1EN

Duke of York's Picturehouse

Preston Road BN1 4NA
Earthship Building

Earthship Brighton

Stanmer Park Lewes Road BN1 9SE
Brighton Festival

Elder Place Corridor

Elder Place, Brighton BN1 4GY
Glyndebourne

Glyndebourne Opera House

New Rd, Lewes BN8 5UU
Exterior of Hove Museum

Hove Museum of Creativity

19 New Church Road Brighton & Hove BN3 4AB
lighthouse

Lighthouse (Elder Pl)

New England House Elder Place York Hill Corner BN1 4GH
Front of Mac's Cafe, blue and white signage with fried eggs

Mac's Cafe

30 Arundel Rd Brighton BN2 5TD
A town square with water jets

Memorial Gardens

Parkside Crawley RH10 1EH
Brighton Festival

Moulsecoomb Place

Lewes Road, Brighton BN2 4GA
Phoenix Art Space

Phoenix Art Space

10-14 Waterloo Place BN2 9NB
A town square with water jets

Queens Square, Crawley

Queens Square Crawley RH10 1DY
A town square with water jets

Queensway Crawley

Queensway Crawley RH10 1EG
Brighton Festival

Regency Square

Brighton BN1 2FG
Royal Pavilion Gardens

Royal Pavilion Gardens (North Lawn)

Royal Pavilion Grounds, New Rd BN1 1UG

Royal Pavilion Music Room

Royal Pavilion BN1 1EE
The front of an old, brick church against a blue sky with clouds in it

St Peter's Church

Preston Drove Brighton BN1 6SD
The outside of a children's book shop. There are bright and colourful illustrations in the windows

The Book Nook

First Avenue, Hove BN3 2FJ
Exterior of building

The Dance Space

2 Market Square Circus Street Brighton BN2 9AS
Inside of a bookshop, one wall lined with books

The Feminist Bookshop

48 Upper N St Brighton BN1 3FH
Brighton Festival

The Level

Richmond Terrace, Brighton BN2 9SA
The Spire

The Spire

St Mark’s Chapel, Eastern Road BN2 5JN
Theatre Royal Brighton

Theatre Royal Brighton

New Road BN1 1SD

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