Located in Brighton's cultural quarter of the city centre, just a few minutes walk from Brighton station, from the seafront, Pavilion and Dome complex, the Sallis Benney Theatre and University of Brighton Gallery complex provides a unique and adaptable series of spaces, which play host to an exciting annual programme of events and exhibitions.
The Sallis Benney Theatre and University of Brighton Galleries aim to be accessible to all. In general, we would ask those with any special access requirements to notify us of your visit in advance where possible. For further details on facilities including access see our Sallis Benney theatre and university galleries facility information page
Please note that, for evening and weekend performances, the theatre entrance is located at the North end of the Grand Parade building, on the corner of Kingswood Street. It is also worth noting that parking in the area is limited.
From Brighton railway station: turn left down Trafalgar Street. At the bottom of Trafalgar Street turn right onto Grand Parade. Cross to the other side of Grand Parade and keep walking towards the sea. The university's Grand Parade building is on the left, almost opposite the Royal Pavilion.
For Edward Street, take the first left towards the seafront after the Grand Parade building. Edward Street is a short walk up the hill, a striking black building with yellow trim.
The city centre cycle lane network provides easy access to the Grand Parade site. Cycle stands are provided at the rear of the Grand Parade, off William Street. There is a cycle cage in front of the Circus Street Annexe, accessed via Kingswood Street.
Grand Parade's central location places it at the heart of the Brighton and Hove bus network and makes it easy to reach the site from any area of the city.
Visit the Brighton and Hove Company website for timetables and more on special ticket deals for students.
From the A23 or A27:
Follow signs for the city centre and seafront. As you enter the city, a one-way system will lead you towards the sea via Grand Parade. The university's Grand Parade building is on the left, almost opposite the Royal Pavilion. Due to the site's central location, car parking is extremely limited. There are a number of clearly sign-posted NCP car parks located nearby.