The Corn Exchange

The Corn Exchange
The Corn Exchange
Market Place, Newbury, England, RG14 5BD
  • Box office 0845 5218 218
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  • Website www.cornexchangenew.com
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This grade II listed building was, as you've probably guessed, originally a place where merchants came to buy and sell cereals, but after a spell as a meeting hall it became an arts venue in 1993. It now operates a lively programme of theatre, music, comedy and family events, as well as managing New Greenham Arts, an arts centre based in the former military recreation building at Greenham Common air base.

Newbury station (First Great Western) is a few minutes' walk to the south and the venue is served by the 1, 4, 6, 6A, 8, 101, 102, 104, 105, 107 and N1 buses.

The programme at the Corn Exchange has developed considerably in recent years. We present a mixed programme of theatre, dance, comedy, music, film, family work and outdoor performances to audiences from across the South East. Every year we produce our own pantomime in-house which plays to capacity audiences and we also support a range of artists and companies across all art-forms through commissioning and development opportunities, mentoring and production support in all our spaces. Our emphasis is on presenting great shows and films that audiences really want to come and see. Always high quality, we’re really proud that our attendance figures are growing year on year.

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Events at this venue

There are 19 events at this location

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Bikeology

Journalist and TV presenter Ned Boulting takes a ride through the world of bicycles, from commuter s right through to the winner of the Tour de France.

Thu 1 Nov

£23.50 / 0845 5218 218

Chris Ramsey: Is That Chris Ramsey?

Upbeat anecdotes, feelgood humour and witty observations from Ramsey.

Fri 28 Sep

£23.40 / 0845 5218 218

Chris Ramsey: Just Happy To Get Out Of The House

Upbeat anecdotes, feel-good humour and witty observations from the Geordie stand-up, actor and Foster's Edinburgh Comedy Award nominee, instantly recognisable from his own television show, which kicked off on Comedy Central in January, and his role as Jack in BBC2's Hebburn.

Fri 28 Sep

£20 / 0845 5218 218

  • 19:45

Clare Teal and her Trio

Classic jazz sounds from Clare Teal, accompanied by Tom Farmer on bass and Ben Reynolds on drums.

Sat 26 May

£22 / 0845 5218 218

  • 19:30

Dan Snow: An Evening With The History Guy

The well-known historian, broadcaster and BBC TV presenter recounts anecdotes of memorable experiences from his very successful career.

Wed 13 Jun

£26 (£21; Children £18.50 under 16s) / 0845 5218 218

  • 19:45

Iain Stirling: U OK Hun? X

Upbeat wit and gags from Edinburgh-born stand-up and BAFTA-nominated children's TV presenter.

Thu 22 Nov

£19.48 / 0845 5218 218

The Johnny Cash Roadshow

Cash tribute from singer-songwriter Clive John.

Sat 9 Jun

£23 (£22) / 0845 5218 218

  • 19:45

Little Baby Bum

A live performance based on the YouTube show for wee ones.

Thu 19 Jul

£8.50–£14 / 0845 5218 218

Fri 20 Jul

£8.50–£14 / 0845 5218 218

The Magic of Motown

Tribute to the sweet soul sounds of Motown starring the supremely-talented Magic of Motown band, with hits made famous by the Isley Brothers, Stevie Wonder, Marvin Gaye, Martha Reeves and more.

Thu 7 Jun

£29 / 0845 5218 218

  • 19:45

The Mill On The Floss

Bristol Old Vic Theatre School presents Helen Edmundson's adaptation of George Eliot's unforgettable story of first love, sibling rivalry and regret.

Tue 26 Jun

£13.50; £8.50 under 25s (£11) / 0845 5218 218

  • 19:30

Fri 9 Nov

Prices to be confirmed / 0845 5218 218

Bennett Arron, Maff Brown, , Kane Brown

  • 19:45

No Kids

A personal exploration by real-life couple and co-artistic directors of Theatre Ad Infinitum, Nir Paldi and George Mann, staging a theatrical debate asking: as a gay couple, should we go out of our way to reproduce?

Thu 12 Jul

£5 / 0845 5218 218

  • 19:45

Private Parts Live

For the very first time TV stars Jamie Laing and Francis Boulle are coming to a theatre near you! The two loveable gents are treading the boards with their live, laugh-a-minute extravaganza developed from their hit podcast PRIVATE PARTS. They have promised to share all the intimate and sordid details of their private…

Wed 10 Oct

£22.50 / 0845 5218 218

The Rocket Man

Tribute to the piano rock of Sir Elton John.

Sat 30 Jun

£23 / 0845 5218 218

  • 19:45

Sara Pascoe: Animal

Intelligent observations and quirky storytelling from the actress and stand-up.

Fri 26 Oct

£19 / 0845 5218 218

The Story Of Guitar Heroes

Tribute to guitar-playing legends.

Thu 31 May

£23 (£22) / 0845 5218 218

  • 19:45

UK Pink Floyd Experience

A tribute show that spans PF's Gilmour-led catalogue from Dark Side to The Division Bell.

Sat 21 Jul

Prices to be confirmed / 0845 5218 218

What the Ladybird Heard

  • Written by: Julia Donaldson (adaptation)

The Ladybird has a plan to prevent a prize cow from being stolen. Based on Julia Donaldson's popular children's book.

Fri 15 Jun

£10–£12.50 / 0845 5218 218

Sat 16 Jun

£10–£12.50 / 0845 5218 218

Sun 17 Jun

£10–£12.50 / 0845 5218 218

What the Moon Saw

Alone in the world and scared of the dark, young Jack opens his bedroom curtains to find a familiar friendly face, The Moon, who teaches him to be brave and adventurous. A production, inspired by Hans Christian Anderson, by the Hereford-based dance company.

Thu 5 Jul

£5–£9 / 0845 5218 218

Fri 6 Jul

£5–£9 / 0845 5218 218

Sat 7 Jul

£5–£9 / 0845 5218 218

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