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Corn Exchange

Brighton Dome, Pavilion Buildings, Brighton, BN1 1EE

The Corn Exchange has one entrance on Church Street adjacent to the West Entrance to the Concert Hall. Built at the same time as the Dome Concert Hall it was originally the Prince Regent’s riding house. Little alteration took place with the exception of lighting being added and the gravel floor replaced with wood in 1867.
Towards the end of the 19th century, the Corn Exchange was used as an archaeological and geological museum. It is now a unique and versatile venue with a magnificent single span of arched ceiling and a sprung maple floor. It was lovingly restored as part of the recent Brighton Dome refurbishment project.

Past Melting Vinyl shows include: Calvin Harris, Regina Spektor, Bonnie Prince Billy

Brighton railway station is 10 minutes’ walk away, with fast, regular services into Brighton from London (from 52 minutes for Southern trains from Victoria and London Bridge) and elsewhere. There is a frequent bus service from all areas of the city. For information on frequent local bus services go to www.buses.co.uk.
Parking

On-street parking is very limited, but more plentiful after 6pm and on Sundays. However there are a number of car parks nearby.

Car Park Offer
Ticketholders can save 25% on charges from 5pm to midnight in the Church Street Theatre Car Park.*
Simply validate your car park ticket at the venue. The Lanes car park on Black Lion St, accessed from Grand Junction Road on the seafront, is a five minute walk to the venue and charges £4.50 to park from 6pm to midnight. Patrons may find the Lanes Car Park easier to leave after busy performances
*Full price car park charges at time of going to press are Mon- Fri £4, per hour. Max £20 all day, Sat-Sun £5 per hour. Max £25 all day.

Age Restrictions: All ages welcome, under 14s to be accompanied

MV customers can use the code VINYL20 to get 20% off their first JustPark booking. Link here