We are hugely grateful to Arts Council England for supporting us through their Emergency Response Fund. As a registered arts charity this provides much-needed financial security over the next few months while we remain closed due to Covid-19. Our team are committed to ensuring the survival of this much-loved historic venue, as well as continuing our work with artists, local communities, children and young people. Find out more in our latest news blog. brightondome.org/news_blog/ace_emergency_fund_support/... See MoreSee Less
We are excited to announce our #FreelanceTaskForce appointment for Brighton & Hove. Congratulations to Brighton-based dance artist & choreographer Anna Alvarez. We selected Anna through an open call with a panel of three sector professionals, thanks to them and all applicants who took the time to respond. More details about Anna and our recruitment process and support for freelance creatives can be found here: bit.ly/2XT5d1R... See MoreSee Less
Brighton Dome & Brighton Festival is part of the national initiative to establish a Freelance Task Force to help support and raise awareness of the importance of theatre and performance creatives during this period of uncertainty for the arts profession.
At a time when children & young people are facing unprecedented challenges in education & employment, we're proud to partner with Future Creators (formerly known as Our Future City) to invest in their skills & well-being through creativity. Together with partner organisations across the city including Brighton & Hove City Council; University of Brighton and Royal Pavilion & Museums, we believe in offering opportunities that will have a lasting legacy for future generations and our region's economy. Information & resources are available on their new website: futurecreators.org.uk/... See MoreSee Less