Open day in Brighton where Beyoncé and David Bowie performed
The BRIGHTON Dome will open its doors to celebrate the inventors and technologies that have transformed the place.
As part of the Dôme Heritage Open Day, visitors will be able to discover the history of the listed building through the theme of Amazing Inventions.
The day will include a range of family activities such as theater workshops, performances and talks by local artists.
Visitors will also be able to take part in behind-the-scenes tours of the Dome concert hall which has hosted stars such as Beyonce and David Bowie.
Brighton Dome, which is over 200 years old, holds annual Heritage Open Days to allow the public to learn about its history.
Open days are held at venues across the country, in conjunction with the National Trust and the People’s Postcode Lottery.
This year at The Dome, students from Brighton’s WaterBear College of Music in Queen’s Road will perform songs by artists including Stevie Wonder, Abba and Ella Fitzgerald.
The Brighton Dome Open Day takes place on Sundays from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. All sessions are free, but people must book activities and tours in advance.