Ceremonies in Brighton Town Hall

Brighton Town Hall was built in 1830-32 and is a Grade 1 listed building. It has giant fluted Ionic columns that form porticoes, grooved columns creating porchways to the entrance. Inside there are three ceremony rooms to choose from The Mayor's Parlour, the Regency Room and Brighton & Hove Register Office.

The Regency Room

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The Regency Room is where most of our ceremonies take place. It is tastefully decorated with heritage colours, antique furniture and crystal chandeliers. The Regency Room holds up to 50 guests (34 seated).

Ceremonies are held in the Regency Room by appointment from Monday to Saturday at 9.45, 10.30, 11.15, 12, 12.45, 1.30, 2.15, 3.00, 3.45 and 4.30.

Brighton & Hove Register Office

Like the Regency Room, the Register Office is decorated with heritage colours, antique furniture and crystal chandeliers and is ideal for smaller more intimate ceremonies. Ceremonies are held in the Register Office Monday to Thursday and Friday mornings.

The Register Office holds up to 8 guests.

Other useful information when planning your ceremony in Brighton & Hove 
Arranging a marriage ceremony
Arranging a civil partnership
Ceremony music
Approved venues for ceremonies
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