Designed in the early 19th century in a style to complement the Pavilion, the Dome was originally used as royal stables, with accommodation for 44 horses and their grooms. Since 1867, it has been used as a concert hall; in recent decades, Abba, Hendrix, Led Zeppelin, Pink Floyd and Brighton’s own Fatboy Slim have all played here. It remains the city’s most important cultural venue and every May it becomes the hub of the Brighton Festival, hosting a superb variety of concerts and events featuring renowned orchestras, avant-garde theatre groups and heroes of the world music scene.
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