Brighton Centre

Overview

  • Creadble provider: NO
  • Creadble access: NO
  • Creadble employer: NO

Access Card Notes

Access Card Accepted as Proof of Disability. Essential Companions available to those with +1 Symbol

Contact details

Brighton Centre Kings Road, Brighton, East Sussex, South East, BN1 2GR
Phone: 01273 292695

Wheelchair Access

Wheelchair access
The Brighton Centre is fully accessible for wheelchair users in the public areas. We provide accessible toilets, lifts, accessible viewing platforms for standing gigs and seated concerts plus lowered counters at our bars, merchandise stand and Box Office. We also offer a raised Accessable viewing platform.

Assistance Dogs

Assistance Dogs
Absolutely, we welcome assistance dogs. They can either accompany you to your seat, or venue staff will willingly look after your dog while you enjoy the event. We can provide water bowls for your dog if required. There is a designated spending area on the Ground Floor near the cloakroom through a set of fire doors into an outside area that is not able to be accessed by the general public not attending events at the venue, please ask the Information Desk Staff to show you were the area is. Alternatively waste bags can be disposed of in bins outside the front entrance on the seafront and at the back on Russell Road.

Accessing Audible Information

Accessing Audible Information
Yes, we do have an induction loop in the main auditorium and will always put in an advance request for the production team to provide us with a feed so that we can have it on during the event. However, this is subject to the agreement of the event organisers. Sometimes due to the nature of the sound system it is not always possible to have induction loops available. Therefore we cannot guarantee if it will be operational for every event.

Please contact us so we can find out for you if it is available for a particular concert or show.

There are induction loops available in the Box Office, on our Information Desk, at wristband exchange points and at our Security Desk. Hearing aids need to be switched to the T position in order to receive the signal.