Brighton Marina has become the largest Marina complex in the UK. The vibrant atmosphere of the Marina, being so close to the City of Brighton is proving to be an attractive location to work and live and is now host the BP Big Screens.
The Royal Opera | Carmen | 2 July at 7pm| pre-screening starts at 6.30pm
Bizet's greatest opera tells the story of the enigmatic and seductive Carmen and the dangerous passion she arouses in Don José. Soak up free culture on your doorstep: watch The Royal Opera’s fresh take on this much-loved opera, complete with flamenco dancers, bull fighters – and a gorilla – all in a free live screening from the Royal Opera House at the BP Big Screen at Brighton Marina.
What I need to know before I attend:
The marina is easily accessible by all forms of transport and is suitable for wheelchairs and pushchairs. The marina is lined by cafés, bars and promenades, which offer plenty of places to sit, relax and enjoy the views. In addition, the events will offer a variety of food and drink concessions. Picnic hampers are welcome! All litter should be disposed of in bins provided or taken home. This is an outdoor event, so please dress appropriately for the anticipated weather conditions.
In the interest of public safety, the following conditions will apply in Brighton Marina:
- Free entry to the event enclosure is on a first come first served basis subject to capacity.
- Event stewards will be entitled to search persons and/or their possessions on entry to the event enclosure. Staff will not take responsibility for any prohibited items.
- Prohibited items include, but are not restricted to, large parasols, gazebos, awnings and portable barbecues.
- The organisers reserve the right to refuse admission to the event enclosure for whatever reason.
- You are welcome to bring a picnic, but for safety reasons, please try not to bring any glass containers to the event.
Please note, the Royal Opera House always seeks guidance regarding content from the British Board of Film Classification (BBFC). While a 12A rating is the minimum classification level issued for all live screenings in the UK, our content can still be suitable for children of all ages. Click this link for further information regarding the classification of filmed content.
How do I get here?
Find your way by car, bike, coach, bus and train. Free parking is available.
Tap in our postcode BN25UT for Sat-Nav directions to the multi-story car park. Alternatively head to the City Centre Seafront & turn left onto A259.
The car park offers FREE PARKING for 1500 vehicles for marina visitors only (time limits apply). Height restrictions apply 1.85m.
- Level 1 East & West: Disabled Parking, Mother and Toddler Bays and Motorcycle Parking
- Level 6 East: Disabled Parking – STEP-FREE ACCESS to boardwalk area
- Asda offers customer parking up to 3 hours
All cyclists are very welcome and we have cycle provisions. BTN Bikeshare is a scheme which uses SoBi Smartbikes, available for hire across Brighton and Hove. Bikes are racked on the Boulevard.
From central Brighton the No 7 bus runs every six minutes during the day, with the night bus running twice an hour throughout the night. Services: 7, 21, 21B, 25C, 47, 52 & 57. 01273 886200 / buses.co.uk
City Cabs are now based at Brighton Marina. 01273 555555
Brighton train station has regular connections to Chichester, Portsmouth & London. 08457 484950 / nationalrail.co.uk