How to get to our concerts
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NB: On-street parking in Brighton and Hove is limited, expensive, and vigorously enforced. You are advised to use public transport if at all possible.
There is an excellent bus service in Brighton and Hove. Our programme lists the buses which serve each of our venues. You can find more information about these buses here.
There are frequent trains to Brighton from London, from stations to Worthing and beyond, and from stations to Lewes and Seaford. Details of these services can be found on Southern Railways and The Trainline
Parking Back to Venues
Hove venues: (Ralli Hall, Central United Reformed Church)
Limited pay and display parking is available near these venues. Payment is required until 6 or 8 pm (depending on street), maximum stay 2 hours, charge £1.50 per half hour
Central Brighton venues: (St Bartholomew’s Church, Friends Meeting House, Sallis Benney Theatre):
There is very limited on road pay and display parking near these venues. Payment is required until 8 pm, maximum stay 2 hours, charge £1.50 per half hour
Multi-storey car parking is available within 10 minutes’ walk of all these Brighton venues. Charges at these car parks vary. Brighton Station car park offers all day parking on Sunday for £1.00
For St Barts, there is a car park round the corner in Providence place
Directions to these car parks are available here
Kemptown( St Georges Church)
Pay and display parking available within 10 minutes’ walk, mainly on the sea front. Payment is required until 6 pm, maximum stay 4 hours, charge £1.50 per hour.