Fabrica is located in the heart of Brighton. Our building is a former Regency church known as Holy Trinity, the identity and past of this wonderful building is often used by artists during the exhibitions put on at Fabrica. The inside of the church offers a large, fascinating space for both the artist and viewer. The pews have been removed leaving the area free and open with some of the original features adding to the beauty of this magnificent venue.
Fabrica is a gallery that welcomes everyone. Accessibility is important to us.
Please let us know if there is anything else we can do to make the space more accessible for you.
There are disabled parking spaces in the immediate area around the gallery. There are two spaces directly outside Fabrica. There are also disabled parking spaces on Ship Street, Middle Street and West Street.
For a full list of disabled parking look here
The Fed runs a hire service for wheelchairs, electric mobility scooters and powered wheelchairs nearby – see here for details
At the venue
We have two entrances to the gallery space, one on Ship Street and the other on Duke Street. The entrance on Duke Street offers a wheelchair accessible ramp to allow more people easy access to our gallery.
There is some slightly uneven floor surface due to the historic building having a mixture of wooden and stone flooring, but it is minimal.
We have two disabled toilets on site.
The gallery has comfortable chairs. If you need any assistance with chairs, or cannot see any available, feel free to ask one of our friendly volunteers who are happy to help.
Most of our posters use large print. If you need any other printed information in large print please ask a member of staff and where possible we will try and print you out the information in a larger font.