The Brighton Centre (but not as you know it)

We are delighted to announce that The Brighton Centre will be officially re-opening in December 2020, however, it’s not as you know it.
The Brighton Centre (but not as you know it) presents a Venue within a Venue and will play host to a programme of Socially Distanced Events throughout December 2020 and beyond, in a seated table service layout with a maximum capacity of 504 instead of 5,500. Rather than buying individual tickets, concert-goers will now need to purchase a table for a show which can seat up to 4 people from their own household / bubble and where food and drink will be served directly to them.
The one and only Jools Holland is first to announce he’ll be performing at one of these wonderful new concerts with two special performances on 12th December 2020. Tickets go on sale on Friday 30th October at 10am, priced from £140 for up to 4 people from a bubble, and are available from or only.

Further shows will be announced shortly.

On re-opening the venue, Rebecca Esteves, Revenue & Commerce Manager at The Brighton Centre, said: “We are absolutely thrilled to be re-opening the Centre with a programme of Socially Distanced Events. It has been a tough year for the venue and the entertainment industry, and I would like to thank everyone for their support and patience during these difficult times. We are transforming the auditorium for this new style of concert to create a truly unique and safe entertainment offering in the city.

“Jools Holland has been performing at the Centre for over 20 years so to have him and his Rhythm & Blues Orchestra back supporting us, and to be the only venue he will perform at in 2020, is a huge honour. We look forward to welcoming back all our loyal customers in the coming months.”