Years of layers are being peeled back in our Corn Exchange as we restore and reveal long-lost heritage features including the original timber and cast-iron trussed roof dating back to Prince Regent’s original use of the building as a stable for his horses.
We will be adding more seats and improving the sound-proofing which will mean we will be able to bring you larger scale productions and more of them. We hope to offer you the widest possible choice of arts and entertainment in the city.
Your comfort at events is our priority, so we are introducing state-of-the-art facilities to improve acoustics, temperature control and seating space.
Step into the Corn Exchange, and imagine the space as an intimate dance, music and performance venueCut through of the Corn Exchange space
All visualisation images from Feilden Clegg Bradley Studios