With light, airy and spacious interiors, panoramic sea views and easy access, the Brighton Centre offers clients a flexible, compact venue with the capacity to accommodate conferences of 400–4,450 delegates, offering 5,000m2 exhibition space and 23 syndicate rooms.

Explore the Brighton Centre

A glass-clad exterior reveals dramatic vistas of Brighton seafront and the English Channel, really giving you and your delegates the ‘wow factor’ and a sense of space and place.

See below for an in-depth look at our spaces.

A flexible, compact venue with the capacity to accommodate conferences of 400–4,450 delegates, offering 5,000m² exhibition space and 23 syndicate rooms.

Ground Floor

Foyer Exhibition 3


A light and spacious entrance with approximately 1,300sqm, information desk and secure storage area

Labour Meeting Room 1 We1

Meeting Room 1

Can be used as additional exhibition space or split into rooms and used as a breakout facility


First Floor

Auditorium 1 East Balcony View

Auditorium 1

Our largest space offering 1,941m2 of flat floor space. This room can comfortably seat 700 – 4,500 theatre style

Auditorium 2 South Facing Ibsa 2018 1

Auditorium 2

An excellent versatile space of 597m2 or a max capacity of 600 with windows down the length of one wall.

2Bar Night

Office 2 & 2Bar

Office 2 and 2Bar work well as organisers' offices, speakers' rooms.


Second Floor

Meeting Room 5 U Shape Boc 2016 Db

Meeting Rooms & Offices: 3 - 5

A suite of two main meeting rooms and an office with natural daylight with dressing room and shower


Third Floor

Meeting Room 15

Meeting Rooms & Offices: 6 - 13, 15 and Mass Media Area

An extensive range of smaller meeting rooms

Setfay 5 Rest


The Skyline is a stunning, sea-facing space for up to 400 people offering unrivaled, panoramic sea views.


Syndicate Wing


Syndicate 1 & 2

The Syndicate Wing has its own entrance, cloakroom facilities and kitchen area.


Syndicate 3 & 4

The Syndicate Wing comprises of two floors of meeting space each with a capacity of 400.


Venue Security

As a large public venue, The Brighton Centre takes security extremely seriously. We have a number of security measures in place some that can be seen and some that cannot in order to minimise the possibility of an incident in our venue.

In order to achieve this, we work closely with counter terrorism Police who provide briefings and recommendations about security in our venue which are regularly assessed and enhanced as required.

We urge conference organisers to equally consider the security implications of their events and work closely with us to ensure the safety and security of their delegates and conference teams. You and your delegates play an essential role in keeping everyone safe and you can find some important guidance on this here:

What You Can Do | Counter Terrorism Policing

Lastly as part of your conference pre-planning and during the event please ask your delegates to remain vigilant at all times and if they have any concerns at all about anyone or anything that they feel could pose a potential threat please do not hesitate to report it to venue staff – you can never be too over cautious!

Martyn’s Law

The Brighton Centre are really positive about the changes in legislation following on from the implementation of Martyn’s Law. We have introduced compulsory ACT Training  for all our staff from administrators and caterers to Stewards and Security in line with this. We will be working very closely with you (our Conference Organisers) to ensure that all the information you have is in hand to partner with us, to ensure the safety and security of all our events. This is very much an ongoing process, so please reach out to us if you require further information or support.