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James Arthur at Brighton Centre

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James Arthur is a British singer-songwriter from Middlesbrough, North Yorkshire, best known for winning The X Factor.

James Arthur will be performing 1 event in Brighton on Sunday 8th March 2020 at the Centre.

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Sun Mar 8 2020    (Change Date) Brighton, UK UK
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Venue Information - Brighton Centre

Centre Kings Road, Brighton BN1 2GR
Telephone: 01273290131
Venue Capacity: 4500
The Brighton Centre is one of the city's main live music and entertainment venues has to offer. Opened by former prime minister James Callaghan in 1977, it boasts a capacity of 4,500 (or 5,000 for conferences!), the Centre has played host to events ranging from political parties to premiership darts, as well as a load of massive bands and singers too. Though it may not have been out of choice, it was even the location of Bing Cosby's final performance!