Brighton Dome’s Summer Season Revealed

As another successful year of Brighton Festival draws to a close, there’s lots more to look forward to at Brighton Dome this summer. This season promises a wide variety of shows, including music from Brit-nominated singer Anne-Marie and Stereophonics frontman Kelly Jones, to national and local dance performances from the likes of MADHEADand Brighton College Dance Show 2019.

Highlights include:

  • Hosting some of the UK’s most highly anticipated tours: celebrating 30 years on stage, John Barrowman brings his Fabuloustour to Brighton Dome’s stage showcasing his favourite songs and fabulous stories from his life and career, whilst Nick Cave’s open discussion will be accompanied by some of his most beloved songs on piano. 
  • JAZZ RE:FEST is back for another year! This family-friendly one-day festival is now in its 7thyear showcasing the incredibly diverse, colourful, expressive and creative world of jazz music and alternative culture, promising an exciting line-up including emerging and underexposed talent. 
  • Comedy fans will not be left disappointed, as the summer season will see multi-award-winning Rhod Gilbert take to stage after his six-year break from stand-up, plus shows from James Acaster and Reginald D Hunter.
  • As for music, it’s a celebration of anniversaries! Canadian singing sensation k.d. lang marks the 25thanniversary of her platinum selling breakthrough album IngénueIcebreaker: Apollo celebrates the 50thanniversary of the moon landing in a multi-media reworking of Brian Eno’s Apollo album alongside works from eclectic composers.
  • From American bands to a British songstress, Beirut,Interpol and Sophie Ellis-Bextor will also be joining this season’s fantastic musical line-up, bringing rock, indie, disco, dance, pop and world music to Brighton Dome’s stage. 
  • June marks the UK’s annual Refugee Week and Brighton Dome supports the campaign with Refugee Week Community Day, a free day of art, music, theatre and dance workshops and performances, plus stalls, food and games from around the world. 
  • Did you know that our Concert Hall used to be the stables for the Prince Regent’s horses? Or that Brighton Dome hosted ABBA’s victory in the 1974 Eurovision Song Contest with Waterloo? This summer is your chance to take a peek behind the curtain and discover the more surprising roles our iconic venue has played in history in the Brighton Dome Backstage Tour


7thJune 2019: Sophie Ellis-Bextor – The Song Diaries | £32.50-£52.50

8thJune 2019: Anne-Marie – Speak Your Mind Tour | £28.50

10thJune 2019: Kelly Jones | £48-£52.50

14thJune 2019: Rhod Gilbert | £29

15thJune & 28thJuly 2019: Brighton Dome Backstage Tour | £8

15thJune 2019: Reginald D Hunter | £22-£24

18thJune 2019: Brighton College Dance Show | £18.50-£20

23rdJune 2019: Refugee Week Community Day | FREE

26thJune 2019: Interpol | £31

27thJune 2019: John Barrowman – Fabulous Tour | £28-£58

28th& 29thJune 2019: Conversations with Nick Cave | £45-£85 (sold out)

4thJuly 2019: Sir Ranulph Fiennes | £24-£29

6th& 7thJuly 2019: Straight Up ’19 | £12-15

12thJuly 2019: James Acaster – COLD LASAGNE HATE MYSELF 1999| £19.50

15thJuly 2019: MADHEAD | £8-£12

16thJuly 2019: k.d. lang | £43-£48

21stJuly 2019: Icebreaker: Apollo | £17.50-£22.50

27thJuly 2019: JAZZ RE:FEST | £10

29thJuly 2019: Lucinda Williams | £27.50-£31

26ThAugust 2019: Skunk Anansie | £30

30thAugust 2019: Beirut | £27

Ticket Office – 01273 709709 | brightondome.org