Visitor Information

The Devonshire Collective is made up of 3 venues and 2 associate venues along Seaside Road and Seaside in Eastbourne. They are all approximately 10 minutes walking distance from one another and a stones throw from Eastbourne Beach and Pier.

To help ensure your visit is a pleasant one, we have included information about travel, parking and local facilities.

DC Venues

DC1 Cafe & Gallery 
67-69 Seaside Road, Eastbourne BN21 3PL

01323 731600

DC2 Artist Studios & Makerspaces
137-139 Seaside Road, Eastbourne BN21 3PG

01323 731600

DC3 Project Space
1-5 Seaside, Eastbourne BN22 7NA

01323 731600

DC+ Royal Hippodrome Theatre
108-112 Seaside Rd, Eastbourne BN21 3PF
Open Mon – Fridays 10am-5pm
Saturday 10am – 4pm + 1 hour before shows

Admin: 01323 731294
Box Office: 01323 80 20 20

DC+ Leaf Hall
51 Seaside, Eastbourne BN22 7NB

01323 325764


All 3 DC venues are fully accessible. If you require access support during your visit, please contact our office to make appropriate arrangements in advance on facilities@devonshirecollective.co.uk. 

For DC Associate Venues (Leaf Hall & Hippodrome), please refer to their websites.

Getting here by car

The nearest car park is NCP Car Park, Trinity Pl, Eastbourne BN21 3BZ. For on street parking, please see Eastbourne Borough Council’s parking guide.


GETTING HERE BY public transport

Eastbourne train station is a 15-minute walk to Seaside Road with easy connections from Brighton, London, Lewes, Hastings and beyond.

There are several regional bus services direct to Eastbourne including 12 & 12X from Brighton to Eastbourne (Seaside Road stop).



Eastbourne and the areas around Seaside Road are teeming with exceptional hotels, B&Bs and guesthouses. For recommendations, we suggest exploring the Coastal Culture Trail website and checking out Visit Eastbourne’s hotel searchTrip Advisor is also a reliable source for a local stay.


 Places to eat and drink

Our DC1 Cafe provides a range of food and drink for a variety of diets including vegetarian, vegan, gluten free and diary free. Freshly made sandwiches, panini and bagels, home made cakes and flapjacks and Cast Iron coffee, there is much to tempt. See our full menu here.

Seaside Road and the surrounding area hosts many great cafes, pubs, and restaurants to stop in for a meal, coffee or even ice cream. Night time is when the area comes to life, so well worth a visit to the area for an evening meal too.

For tips on places to eat and drink in and around Eastbourne and beyond, we recommend checking out the Coastal Culture Trail website and Trip Advisor.