Just steps away from the beach and enjoying enviable coastline views, the 1911, Grade II listed heritage cinema, Worthing Dome, is a stunning example of Edwardian architecture with a fascinating history, its very own whispering gallery and plenty of blank canvas space for you to put your stamp on if you’re looking for an idyllic beach wedding venue in West Sussex.
Your Choice of Ceremony Space
There are two spaces licensed for civil weddings at Worthing Dome:
- The Main Lounge – a large, conventional space with exquisite arched windows and original features. It can host up to 150.
- The Whispering Gallery – able to seat up to 85 people, the Whispering Gallery boasts a beautiful mezzanine and is a fabulous contemporary space.
Both spaces enjoy ample natural light and impressive views over the sea.
There are plenty of fantastic backdrops for you to mingle with your guests and pose for photos. Worthing Dome’s heritage cinema screen itself, its large south facing balcony overlooks the beach and runs the entire width of the building; the pier and pretty Steyne Gardens are also incredibly popular with couples to add to their wedding photo collection.
Prepared and cooked onsite by the in-house team, your wedding menu will be personally designed to suit your tastes and requirements and will be served in either the Main Lounge (able to seat up to 140 guests) or in the Atrium Bar (able to host up to 44). Once dining and speeches are over, you can party into the night with up to 190 guests until midnight before retiring to hotels within 500 metres of Worthing Dome.
The imaginative and enthusiastic wedding organisers at Worthing Dome have the expertise to help create that perfect wedding day, whatever that might look like for you.
"There's no such thing as a standard wedding. To us, there are no rules, and no single way to celebrate a marriage, which is why we always listen to our couples and help them realise exactly how they've envisioned their day." James, Worthing Dome
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