BRIGHTON Dome opens its doors to celebrate the inventors and technologies that have transformed the venue.
As part of the Dome’s Heritage Open Day, visitors can explore the history of the listed building through the theme ‘Amazing Inventions’.
The day includes a range of family-friendly activities such as theater workshops, performances and talks by local artists.
Visitors can also take backstage tours of the Dome’s Concert Hall, which has hosted the likes of Beyonce and David Bowie.
Brighton Dome, which is more than 200 years old, hosts annual Heritage Open Days to allow the public to learn about its history.
The Open Houses are held at venues across the country in partnership with the National Trust and the People’s Postcode Lottery.
This year, students from Brighton’s WaterBear College of Music will perform songs by the likes of Stevie Wonder, Abba and Ella Fitzgerald on Queen’s Road in the Dome.
The Brighton Dome’s Heritage Open Day takes place on Sundays from 10am to 5pm. All sessions are free, but people should book activities and tours in advance.
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