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A serenely beautiful Victorian church, friendly and inclusive, which doubles up as an atmospheric performance venue with a great vibe and super acoustic.

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Name: St. Marys Church

Phone: 01273 698601

Capacity: 400

Type of venue: Other

Dress code: Almost anything goes. Vestments win prizes.

Opening hours: Until 11 pm - loud music ends at 10.30 pm

Food served: No meals prepared on premises; bar snacks and outside catering possible.

Parking: Limited parking in immediate vicinity; metred parking nearly always available in Freshfield Road, 10 mins' walk away

Nearest Train Station: Brighton

Address: 61 St. James's Street, Brighton, BN2 1PR

Venue short url: https://www.skiddle.com/venues/65260/

Music Policy: It's a tolerant place. Classical, Choral, Acoustic, Indie-Folk, Rock, Post-Rock, Electronica. Nothing gratuitously offensive. Loud music ends by 10.30 pm

Ambiance: Wow! Awe-inspiring - as a church is meant to be.

Clientele: Anybody really.

Drinks served: A licensed bar can be provided for most events.

Disabled facilities: Wheelchair accessible; accessible loo in church hall next door.

Nearest Bus Stop: Rock Gardens, Brighton

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