Brighton Dome & Brighton Festival

We are an arts charity made up of an historic events venue, a music education service and the biggest curated cross-arts festival in England. Together we bring the arts and culture to a wide and diverse audience.

Equality, Diversity and Inclusion are central to Brighton Dome & Brighton Festival’s values. We welcome and encourage applications from all backgrounds and all parts of the community, particularly disabled people and ethnically diverse people who are currently under-represented in our organisation. All applications are judged on merit.

In return, we can offer the following:

- A unique and exciting place to work in the centre of Brighton
- A friendly working environment in an ethical and charitable organisation
- Staff wellbeing support programme
- Excellent maternity/paternity/sickness and other support
- Ticket offers for staff to see our shows
- Flexible working hours to support work/life balance

The full benefits on offer to staff are shown here: BDBF_STAFF_BENEFITS.V2.pdf (

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Instrumental and Vocal Teacher

We are always interested to hear from specialist instrumental and vocal teachers

Closes 9:00am 07/12/2023


Event Manager

This is an exciting opportunity to join our front-line team as an Event Manager. Your role will include managing a variety of events in the vibrant and historic Brighton Dome Concert Hall and across the city and beyond during the Brighton Festival in May.

Closes 9:00am 02/01/2024


Development Officer - Major Donors Membership and Events

focussing on major giving and supporting the stewardship of donors (including events), prospect management, gift administration and creation of materials for major donor strands including Patrons Circle, name a seat and gifts in wills