Brighthelm Centre is a Community Centre located in North Road, very close to Churchill Square and Brighton Station. The Centre includes Brighthelm United Reformed Church, The Bright Now Cafe and Brighthelm Pre-School. It features meeting rooms, and venues for hire, an exhibition space for local artists and cafe is a great place to grab a hot drink or a bite to eat.
Welcome to the Brighthelm Centre
The Brighthelm Centre is a purpose-built community space based in the city centre since 1987. The auditorium can be used for many functions including music concerts, theatre shows and business conferences. The building has meeting rooms of various capacities available for hire, and a lively cafe which serves food weekdays between 8:30am and 4:00pm.
There is a lot going on at Brighthelm Centre every day, with a number of charities and social enterprises hosted on site. During term-time, the Pre-School runs for 2-5 year olds from 8:15am until 3:15pm on weekdays.
The Brighthelm Centre is host to a regular schedule of meetings and conferences, lunchtime exercise classes and evening leisure activities. Over the weekend, the Centre often holds weddings, theatre shows and concerts, parties and several churches also use the venue for Sunday Services.
For a full range of activities, events and services at the Brighthelm Centre, visit our website.
Brighthelm Centre has a variety of meeting rooms and venues available to hire. These include:
230 capacity auditorium
75 capacity Hanover Room
40 capacity Stanmer and Pelham Rooms and Activities Hall
10-15 capacity meeting rooms
Cafe with catering facilities.
For full venue hire details visit our website.
Brighthelm Centre is home to the United Reformed Church. The focus of the congregation is living the Christian faith as part of the diverse local community in a sustainable way.
They are actively searching to build meaningful relationships with other churches and faith groups and are a member of the Churches Together in Central Brighton and Kemptown group.
The Sunday Service is at 10am and lasts for around 50 minutes. There are also mid-day prayer sessions on Tuesday and Thursday, lasting for 15 minutes.
For more details call to make an appointment with the Minister, Rev. Alex Mabbs.
Brighthelm Cafe has the best coffee in town (sorry City), the food is fresh and really tasty.
The venue is really interesting and has some fantastic performances and meetings there.
And you can move in...
I have attended the Brighthelm Centre for a number of business events and always found it to be a great venue with good facilities & helpful staff.
Been here for a few gigs, fantastic venue great atmosphere and the staff are brilliant
Brighthelm's building is bright, smart, flexible, welcoming, accommodating and efficient as well as cost-effective. The same can be said of the staff! Highly recommended!
We held a fantastic event at the Brighthelm centre and would highly recommend it. Prior to the event, staff were incredibly helpful and hospitable, during the event staff were on hand to make sure everything...
Brighton's own Art Market comes to Brighthelm Gardens in May 30/03/2016
Launching during May Artists Open House Festival, come and enjoy Brighton's own Art Market in the heart of the city. It will take place throughout the weekends in May at the Brighthelm Gardens.