Support Build Brighton Dome

The redevelopment of the Corn Exchange and Studio Theatre is phase one of a much larger project to restore and reunite the heart of our city, The Royal Pavilion Estate. Local businesses will benefit from the increased attendance, footfall and associated spend generated by the redevelopment, which will also create new jobs.

Brighton Dome engages with 1 in 3.5 households in Brighton & Hove and attracts 600,000 visitors a year. Our annual Brighton Festival brings another 150,000 people during May. Increased seating, improved sound quality and refurbished dressing rooms will encourage more exciting talent to our venue, bringing with it more audiences and prosperity for our city. Generated annual income of the estate is set to increase by 10% from £62m to £68m with the creation of over 100 new jobs.

We need help from local business owners to use their networks to help spread awareness and support our campaign.

See how BeFries are supporting the campaign with a donation from one of their sauces.

#BuildBrightonDome Local Business Competition

As a charity, we’re looking at fun ways to raise the profile of the campaign and so we are challenging local businesses and groups to literally ‘Build Brighton Dome’ - be it out of chocolate, cake, fabric, biscuits or sausages…

In exchange for your participation and wondrous creations we will be awarding

  • A seat dedication in our remodeled venues for your business or to dedicate to a loved one if your businesses can raise over £600 from donations to support your creation.
  • Photos of your model/ creation and business name and info to be shared on our social media to over 100k fans and followers and featured on our news and blog.
  • 2 pairs of tickets to our Christmas Show HOME to be used by you or your teams.
  • Your creation (if not perishable) will be displayed in our venue.

Contact rhiannon@brightondome.org to request a poster to show your support and find out how else you can get involved in the campaign.

Work in progress, photo Carlotta Luke