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Concert Venues :: Brighton Dome, Concert Hall

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Date Opened 1805
Demolished
Venue Capacity 1,872
Venue URL http://www.brightondome.org/venues/concert_hall.asp
Venue Address 29 New Road
Brighton, Brighton and Hove
Unite Kingdom
BN1 1UG



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Inspired by the Corn Exchange in Paris and originally covered with a huge segmented glass dome, this remarkable building was designed as the Prince Regent's riding stables and was finally completed in 1805. Part of the famous Royal Pavilion Estate, it was later converted into a Concert Hall in 1866 and became the most fashionable and culturally significant venue in the south. It was restored again in 1935 with a resplendent art-deco interior, and showcased some of the world's biggest names in entertainment, including Paul Robeson and Richard Tauber in its 1930s opening season. Now following it's grand re-launch in 2002 the biggest names are back at the Dome crossing all art forms from to Dame Kiri Te Kanawa to Lou Reed.

The Concert Hall's recent multi-million pound rebuilding and refurbishment project has restored the venue to its former glory, maintaining the integrity of both the Grade 1 listed Regency exterior and the 1930s Grade 1 listed interior. Superb new front-of-house facilities, comfortable seating and enhanced acoustics have transformed the Concert Hall into a major centre for live arts and business for the 21st century.
http://www.brightondome.org/venues/concert_hall.asp



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