Mammothfest 2016 will take place in multiple venues across Brighton, about an hour south of London by train, it’s a popular day-trip destination. Its broad shingle beach is backed by amusement arcades and Regency-era buildings. Brighton Pier, in the central waterfront section, opened in 1899 and now has rides and food kiosks. The town is also known for its nightlife, arts scene, shopping and festivals.

Venues for MF2016:

  • The Green Door Store – located under Brighton Train Station.
    Lower Goods Yard, Brighton Train Station, Brighton BN1 4FQ
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  • The Concorde 2 – located on the seafont to the east of Brighton Pier.
    Madeira Shelter Hall, Madeira Dr, Brighton, BN2 1EN
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  • The Prince Albert – located just beneath Brighton Train Station.
    48 Trafalgar St, Brighton, BN1 4ED
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  • The Haunt – located in Pool Valley coach station opposite Brighton Pier.
    10 Pool Valley, Brighton, BN1 1NJ
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  • Gatwick: 30 mins
  • London Victoria: 1hr
  • Portsmouth: 1hr 15 mins
  • St Pancras: 1hr 15 mins
  • Southampton: 1 hr 45 mins

Brighton train station is within 3 mins walk of both The Prince Albert and The Green Door Store, 10 mins walk of The Haunt, and 15 mins walk from The Concorde 2.



From the North:
From London and Croydon take the M23 and the A23 south. From the M25 orbital

London motorway the journey should take approximately 45 minutes.

From the West:
From Southampton take the M27 east and continue along the A27.

From Portsmouth simply take the A27.

From the East:
The quickest route from Dover and Ashford is to take the M20 London bound, take a slight left onto the M26, merge onto the M25, and at junction 7 take the M23 exit for Brighton/ Crawley/ Gatwick. Continue along the M23 to the A23 and that’ll lead you straight to us!

From the South:
Unless you’re taking an amphibious vehicle from France, we would suggest another option!

Approx. car times from major cities

  • London: 1 hr
  • Portsmouth: just over 1hr
  • Southampton: 1hr 30 mins
  • Bristol: 2 hrs 45 mins
  • Birmingham: 3 hrs
  • Liverpool & Manchester: 4 hrs

Parking (as in any city) can be expensive, and there are car parks scattered throughout the city – however you could park a little further out for free (in Patcham or Hanover for example) and get a bus or cab to the town center – remember though, whereever you choose to park your vehicle you do so at your own risk.


There are regular coach connections from London, Southampton, Portsmouth, and both Gatwick and Heathrow airports.

If you book in advance you can get some very good deals to Brighton and the coach depot is literally just outside one of our venues – The Haunt!