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The Brighton Centre
The Brighton Centre is a multi-purpose venue in Brighton, East Sussex, regularly used by conferences, exhibitions and live music events. Since opening in 1977, the Brighton Centre has hosted acts including Queen, Jean-Michel Jarre, Wham! and Chemical Brothers.
Getting to the Brighton Centre
The Brighton Centre is on King's Road in Brighton, on the seafront next to The Grand Hotel. The Brighton Centre has no on-site parking, so visitors arriving by car must find parking elsewhere. The Brighton Centre is only a 15-minute walk from Brighton station, so is easy to reach for guests arriving by train. Rail operators Thameslink and Southern run trains to Brighton from London and elsewhere in the south-east.
Brighton city centre is very compact, so walking from Brighton station to the Brighton Centre is the best way to reach the venue. Alternatively, a taxi from Brighton station to the Brighton Centre is a short ride. Local taxis are available outside the station.
If travelling to the Brighton Centre from outside Brighton city centre, consider taking public transport – many local bus routes go to nearby Churchill Square shopping centre, just north of the Brighton Centre. If planning to leave late the venue after public transport has finished, consider booking a minicab or taxi home from the Brighton Centre.