The Brighton Centre is a multi-purpose venue with the flexibility to accommodate conferences, exhibitions, grand banquets and music concerts. The main hall at the Brighton Centre has a capacity of 5,100 for standing concerts. The Brighton Centre promotes itself as the south coasts premier venue.
Comprising the Corn Exchange, Pavilion Theatre and Concert Hall, the Brighton Dome was originally built for the Prince of Wales in 1805. The Dome was redesigned in 2001/02 at a cost of £22 million. It has been host to the Eurovision Song Contest in addition to Pink Floyd, Jimi Hendrix and Dizzee Rascal.
G Live is a brand new entertainment and conference venue located in Guildford, which opens in the autumn of 2011. The venue's main auditorium has a seating capacity of 1,000 and a standing capacity of 1,700, making it ideal for hosting top class music and comedy acts.
Previously known as The Apollo, the New Theatre Oxford has a capacity of 1,800 and is situated in George Street, Oxford. The theatre initially opened in 1836 and has been replaced and enlarged several times over the past 175 years. It is mainly used for opera, ballet and musical theatre but has hosted top name comedians and musicians such as Jimmy Carr, Ricky Gervais and Status Quo.
Portsmouth Guildhall is a neo-classical building which was completed in 1890. The venue was renamed in 1926 from the City Hall to the Guildhall when Portsmouth received 'city' status.
Southend Cliffs Pavilion is situated in a prime position on the famous cliffs. The venue offers excellent views across the Thames Estuary and is an exclusive venue for events. It is perfect for a wide range of special functions from a boardroom meeting for 10, a dinner dance for 600 or a conference for 1630.