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The Corn Exchange

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Market Place, Newbury, England, RG14 5BD
  • Box office 0845 5218 218
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  • Website www.cornexchangenew.com
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Ben Hart: Wonder

Ben Hart: Wonder

The Britain's Got Talent finalist and acclaimed magician heads out on his debut solo show.

Wed 17 Feb

£15–£17

The Brand-New, Full-Throated Adventures of Reginald D Hunter

Reginald D Hunter

Mick Perrin Worldwide

Reginald D Hunter returns to the Fringe this summer with his highly anticipated new show. For over 20 years his searingly honest material has garnered him a cross-generational fan base. TV appearances have included Have I Got News for You?, and two series of BBC Two's hugely popular Reginald D Hunter's Songs of the South, documenting Reginald's epic road trip through American popular song. 'Compelling onstage charisma. He remains a towering presence in absolute control' ★★★★ (Evening Standard). 'Arguably the most accomplished act in the comedy section of your Fringe brochure' (Scotsman).

Wed 5 May

£24

Iain Stirling: Failing Upwards

Iain Stirling: Failing Upwards

Brand new comedy show from Iain Stirling.

Thu 11 Mar

£20.72–£21.72

Thu 4 Nov

£20.72–£21.72

Jenny Eclair: Sixty! (FFS)

Jenny Eclair: Sixty! (FFS)

A grumpy look at life from Ms Eclair, having hit 60 and a new decade of decrepitude.

Thu 10 Jun

£23.40

Nocturn Adult Contemporary Dance Class

Nocturn Adult Contemporary Dance Class

NOCTURN Adult Studio Dance Class @ Corn Exchange, Newbury.

Mixed ability class, no experience necessary.

Tuesday, 8:30pm-9:30pm. Starts 3rd November for 6 weeks.

Max. 6 per class

Tue 8 Dec

£60 Per term

What's Love Got To Do With It?

What's Love Got To Do With It?

Ultimate tribute concert to Tina Turner, presented by the award-winning producers behind Whitney - Queen Of The Night.

Thu 27 Jan

£26.50

The Corn Exchange

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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