The Middle Street Synagogue in Brighton designed by Thomas Lainson opened in 1875. It was the centre for Jewish worship in Brighton and Hove for more than a century. Although it is not in full-time use, the building is still open at certain times, and services are still held at certain times of the year. Neo Byzantine and Italian Romanesque in style it is a Grade II listed building reflecting its architectural and historic importance. Funds are being sort to enable restoration of this fabulous building. Open as part of the Brighton Festival Fringe on 12th, 19th and 26th May from 14:00 - 16:40
Free but donations appreciated.