Jools Holland - Cambridge Corn Exchange
Jools Holland - Cambridge Corn Exchange
02 DIARY SEPTEMBER The King is Back 7 Sep Jasper Carrott’s Stand Up & Rock 13 Sep Nashville Live 14 Sep Justin Hayward 17 Sep Tea Dances 18 Sep London African Gospel Choir 21 Sep All You Need is Love 22 Sep Bradley Wiggins: An Evening With 24 Sep Alice Roberts: 25 Sep Digging Into Britain’s Past Hozier 27 Sep Penguin Café 30 Sep OCTOBER Rip It Up ‘70s 2 Oct Aled Jones & Russell Watson: 5 Oct In Harmony Moscow Philharmonic 6 Oct Gary Numan 7 Oct Ian Waite and Vincent Simone 8 Oct – The Ballroom Boys Tea Dances 9 Oct Midge Ure 10 Oct Black Star Riders 11 Oct Judy’s Vintage 12 Oct An Evening with Armistead Maupin 12 Oct Cambridge Photography Show 19 Oct Sixties Gold 19 Oct Cambridge Vegan Market 20 Oct Amanda Palmer 20 Oct Christopher Cross 22 Oct Jonathan Pie: The Fake News Tour 23 Oct Ocean Film Festival World Tour 24 Oct Eddie Izzard 25-26 Oct Jools Holland 27 Oct An Audience with Simon Reeve 29 Oct Romesh Ranganathan 30-31 Oct NOVEMBER Philharmonia Orchestra 1 Nov Happy Mondays 2 Nov Dave Gorman 3 Nov Frank Skinner 5 Nov Steve Hackett: Genesis Revisited 6 Nov Jack Savoretti 7 Nov Richard Herring: RHLSTP 8 Nov Three Wine Men 9 Nov From the Jam 9 Nov The Stylistics 10 Nov Loyle Carner 11 Nov Squeeze 12 Nov Rob Beckett 13-14 Nov OMD 15 Nov Andy C 16 Nov Ink, Paper and Print 16 -17 Nov Illustration Fair John Mayall 17 Nov Hawkwind 18 Nov Sir Ranulph Fiennes: 21 Nov Living Dangerously James Acaster 22 Nov Henning Wehn 23 Nov An Evening with Lenny Henry 25 Nov Emeli Sandé 26 Nov Tea Dances 27 Nov George Hinchliffe’s Ukulele 27 Nov Orchestra of Great Britain Adam Ant 28 Nov What’s Love Got to Do with It? 29 Nov Philharmonia Orchestra 30 Nov DECEMBER The Illegal Eagles 1 Dec Scouting for Girls 3 Dec The Australian Pink Floyd Show 5 Dec The Darkness 6 Dec The Magic of Motown 7 Dec Jimmy Carr 8 Dec Shed Seven 9 Dec Tea Dances 11 Dec Romesh Ranganathan 11 Dec Josh Widdicombe 12 Dec Adam Kay: ‘Twas the Nightshift 14 Dec Before Christmas Kate Rusby at Christmas 15 Dec Fast Love – A Tribute to 17 Dec George Michael Saint Petersburg Classic 29-30-31 Dec Ballet: The Nutcracker JANUARY Saint Petersburg Classic 1-2 Jan Ballet: The Sleeping Beauty Saint Petersburg Classic 3-4 Jan Ballet: Swan Lake European Union 31 Jan Chamber Orchestra FEBRUARY Priscilla, Queen of the Desert 10-15 Feb GUILDHALL 03 Tea Dances at the Guildhall Come along for an afternoon of dancing down memory lane, accompanied by a live organist.
18 SEPTEMBER, 9 OCTOBER, 27 NOVEMBER, 11 DECEMBER ENTRY: £4 on the door, refreshments included Judy’s Vintage Cambridge’s affordable vintage fair, featuring vintage, handmade, reworked and retro from 1940s on! Shop the UK’s best vintage traders and say no to fast fashion. 12 OCTOBER ENTRY: £2 on the door Cambridge Photography Show The only show in the region for anyone passionate about photography and video. FREE to attend. 19 OCTOBER ENTRY: FREE Cambridge Vegan Market Cambridge Vegan Market features over 40 stalls selling a huge variety of fast food, sweet bakes, handmade cosmetics and more!
20 OCTOBERS ENTRY: £2 on the door, kids go FREE Three Wine Men The tasting of the year with Oz Clarke, Tim Atkin, and Olly Smith, plus Susy Atkins bringing a splash of gin. 9 NOVEMBER TICKETS: £35-£32, available through Eventbrite Ink, Paper and Print Illustration Fair A must for enthusiasts of illustration. Screen prints, letterpress, hand-made books, lithographs, linocuts and more. More than 60 tables. 16-17 NOVEMBER ENTRY: £2 on the door, free concessionary entry
04 ORCHESTRAL SERIES ORCHESTRAL SERIES 05 Philharmonia Orchestra SATURDAY 30 NOVEMBER 2019 | 7:30PM Grieg Holberg Suite Brahms Violin Concerto Dvořák Symphony No 9, From the New World Vladimir Ashkenazy, conductor Sayaka Shoji, violin European Union Chamber Orchestra FRIDAY 31 JANUARY 2020 | 7:30PM Marcello Saxophone Concerto in D minor Mozart Cassation in G, K 63 Glazunov Saxophone Concerto Tchaikovsky Elegy for Strings Haydn Symphony No 49, ‘La Passione’ Eva Stegeman, conductor Jess Gillam, saxophone City of Birmingham Symphony Orchestra FRIDAY 7 FEBRUARY 2020 | 7:30PM Bartok Violin Concerto No 2 Berlioz Symphonie Fantastique Klaus Makela, conductor Nicola Benedetti, violin Royal Philharmonic Orchestra WEDNESDAY 19 FEBRUARY 2020 | 7:30PM Glinka Overture: Life for the Tsar Beethoven Piano Concerto No 1 Tchaikovsky Symphony No 5 Domingo Hindoyan, conductor Leon McCawley, piano Sayaka Shoji © Formento & Formento -YellowKorner Jess Gillam Nicola Benedetti © Simon Fowler Domingo Hindoyan © Simon Pauly The Boldfield Orchestral Series THE MORE YOU BUY, THE MORE YOU SAVE Book to three or more concerts and save 10% – or you can book a Subscriber Package of 7, 8 or 9 concerts for the best prices we offer and the same great seats every time.
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SINGLE TICKET PRICING: Zone A £44, Zone B £34*, Zone C £28*, No View £17* *Students and Under 26: £5 Moscow Philharmonic SUNDAY 6 OCTOBER 2019 | 3PM MATINEE Tchaikovsky Marche Slave Rachmaninov Piano Concerto No 2 Shostakovich Symphony No 10 Yuri Botnari, conductor Alexandra Dariescu, piano Philharmonia Orchestra FRIDAY 1 NOVEMBER 2019 | 7:30PM Sibelius Lemminkainen’s Return Prokofiev Piano Concert No 2 Tchaikovsky Excerpts from Swan Lake Santtu-Matias Rouvali, conductor Nikolai Lugansky, piano Supported by Alexandra Dariescu © MarcoBorggreve Santtu-Matias Rouvali © Kaapo Kamu
06 ORCHESTRAL SERIES Viktoria Mullova © Benjamin Ealovega Zhang Zuo Joana Carneiro © Dr.
DaveWeiland Jennifer Pike © Arno Swedish Philharmonia TUESDAY 10 MARCH 2020 | 7:30PM Tchaikovsky The Tempest Prokofiev Violin Concerto No 2 Sibelius Symphony No 5 Jaime Martin, conductor Viktoria Mullova, violin Mahler and Liszt with Philharmonia Orchestra THURSDAY 16 APRIL 2020 | 7:30PM Liszt Piano Concerto No 2 Mahler Symphony No 5 Paavo Jarvi, conductor Zhang Zuo, piano Philharmonia Orchestra THURSDAY 7 MAY 2020 | 7:30PM Barber Violin Concerto Copland Appalachian Spring Bernstein West Side Story Symphonic Dances Philharmonia Orchestra Joana Carneiro, conductor Esther Yoo, violin St Petersburg Symphony SUNDAY 24 MAY 2020 | 3PM MATINEE Brahms Tragic Overture Korngold Violin Concerto Prokofiev Romeo and Juliet Suite St Petersburg Symphony Ben Palmer, conductor Join us - and play your part supporting one of the city’s most popular events!
- Do you work for a Cambridge-based business? Would you like to support Cambridge’s incredibly popular Bonfire Night celebration on Midsummer Common? We are looking for local companies to join our sponsors club for this year’s Bonfire Night display. If you would like to help light up the sky at one of the most popular events of the year, then please get in touch!
- The largest and most spectacular FREE pyrotechnic display in the east of England
- Attended by 25,000 local people from all backgrounds including students, residents and visitors
- A flagship community event for Cambridge promoting safety and unity, designed to reduce the number of fireworks-related injuries from home displays Please call Development Manager Sophie Channon on 01223 794 791 or send an email to: firstname.lastname@example.org.
COMEDY 09 Jonathan Pie: The Fake News Tour ‘A staggering tour-de-force of righteous visceral rage’ – The Guardian 23 OCTOBER TICKETS: £27.50, £20.50 Eddie Izzard: Wunderbar SOLD OUT Eddie Izzard is back with an all-new show, filled with intelligent bunkum of the highest order. 25-26 OCTOBER TICKETS: £48-£33 Romesh Ranganathan: The Cynic’s Mixtape LIMITED AVAILABILITY Romesh is putting showbiz aside to address all the things he finds really unacceptable. 30-31 OCTOBER, 11 DECEMBER TICKETS: £26 Dave Gorman Dave Gorman is bringing his laptop and projection screen with him for his new show, With Great PowerPoint Comes Great ResponsibilityPoint.
3 NOVEMBER TICKETS: £30.50 Frank Skinner LIMITED AVAILABILITY An unmissable chance to see comic legend Frank Skinner perform brand-new stand up. 5 NOVEMBER TICKETS: £28 08 COMEDY Rob Beckett LIMITED AVAILABILITY The Mouth of the South is back on tour with a brand new show.
13-14 NOVEMBER TICKETS: £26 James Acaster: Cold Lasagne Hate Myself 1999 SOLD OUT 'I’d been thinking a lot about how 1999 was the best year of my life and also about how much I hate myself sometimes. Then I was asked to name my new show. Come along.' - James Acaster 22 NOVEMBER TICKETS: £21.50 Henning Wehn: Get On With It LIMITED AVAILABILITY German comedy ambassador Henning Wehn has bosched out yet another new show. Don’t miss it! 23 NOVEMBER TICKETS: £22.50, £19.50 Jimmy Carr: Terribly Funny LIMITED AVAILABILITY Jimmy’s brand new show contains jokes about all kinds of terrible things. Now you’ve been warned.
8 DECEMBER, 27 FEBRUARY TICKETS: £32.50 Josh Widdicombe: Bit Much LIMITED AVAILABILITY A very funny night of grumbles and jokes tackling hot comedy topics like advent calendars, pesto, and the closing time of Josh’s local park. 12 DECEMBER TICKETS: £23 Jonathan Pie Eddie Izzard Romesh Ranganathan James Acaster Henning Wehn Jimmy Carr Josh Widdicombe Rob Beckett Frank Skinner Dave Gorman
10 LITERATURE & TALKS Bradley Wiggins: An Evening With Join Britain’s most decorated Olympian for a live show moderated by ITV cycling presenter Matt Barbet, who will put your questions to Wiggo on the night. 24 SEPTEMBER TICKETS: £35.50 Alice Roberts: Digging Into Britain’s Past From Britain’s Most Historic Towns to Digging for Britain, Alice Roberts has a treasure trove of insights, anecdotes and behindthe-scenes stories exploring Britain’s past. 25 SEPTEMBER TICKETS: £25.50-£18 An Evening with Armistead Maupin Armistead Maupin, author of Tales of the City and America’s favourite storyteller, comes to Cambridge on his first tour of the UK.
12 OCTOBER TICKETS: £28-£18 An Audience with Simon Reeve LIMITED AVAILABILITY Simon Reeve, known as the most adventurous man on British television, has dodged bullets, hunted with bushmen, walked through minefields, and been taught to fish by the president of Moldova. 29 OCTOBER TICKETS: £28 LITERATURE & TALKS 11 Richard Herring: RHLSTP Richard Herring’s podcast is going on the road so you can see it live and hear all the bits that are too libelous and controversial to broadcast. 8 NOVEMBER TICKETS: £20 Sir Ranulph Fiennes: Living Dangerously Recorded in the Guinness Book of Records as the ‘world’s greatest living explorer,’ Sir Ranulph Fiennes has spent his life in pursuit of extreme adventure.
21 NOVEMBER TICKETS: £33, £28 An Evening with Lenny Henry Legendary comic Sir Lenny Henry returns with a jam session of funny and sad memories and stories, followed by an on-stage interview by friend, author and broadcaster Jon Canter. 25 NOVEMBER TICKETS: £35.50, £34.50 Adam Kay:‘Twas the Nightshift Before Christmas A love letter to all those who spend their festive season on the front lines of the NHS, removing babies and baubles from the various places they get stuck. 14 DECEMBER TICKETS: £33 with a copy of Adam’s latest book included Bradley Wiggins Alice Roberts Armistead Maupin Simon Reeve Richard Herring Sir Ranulph Fiennes Lenny Henry Adam Kay
12 POP, ROCK AND FOLK POP, ROCK AND FOLK 13 Jasper Carrott’s Stand Up & Rock This unique show combines stand up comedy with great artists belting out classic songs for an incredible night. 13 SEPTEMBER TICKETS: £33-£25 Justin Hayward Justin Hayward, voice of the iconic prog-rock outfit The Moody Blues, returns to the Corn Exchange. 17 SEPTEMBER TICKETS: £42.50 London African Gospel Choir Don’t miss this incredible live performance of Paul Simon’s Graceland by one of the UK’s most iconic gospel choirs.
21 SEPTEMBER TICKETS: £28 Hozier SOLD OUT The GRAMMY-nominated singer songwriter brings his new album, Wasteland Baby, to the Corn Exchange.
27 SEPTEMBER TICKETS: £38-£32.50 Penguin Café Penguin Café combines classical, folk, and world music for a unique sound, bringing together talented musicians from the likes of Suede, Gorillaz, and Razorlight. 30 SEPTEMBER TICKETS: £38-£27.50 Aled Jones & Russell Watson: In Harmony LIMITED AVAILABILITY Following the release of their joint album, In Harmony, Aled Jones and Russell Watson are on the road with a mix of classical favourites and pop hits. 5 OCTOBER TICKETS: £122-£32.50 Gary Numan Gary Numan returns to Cambridge for a special 40th anniversary tour.
7 OCTOBER TICKETS: £35.50-£45.50 Midge Ure LIMITED AVAILABILITY Midge Ure performs his album Vienna in its entirely and highlights from Visage with Band Electronica. 10 OCTOBER TICKETS: £35.50-£27.50 Black Star Riders Black Star Riders are back on the road with their new album, Wayward Sons. 11 OCTOBER TICKETS: £32.50 Sixties Gold Relive the magic of the 1960s with five of the decade’s biggest acts: Herman’s Hermits, The Merseybeats, The Marmalade, Wayne Fontana & the Mindbenders, and Steve Ellis.
19 OCTOBER TICKETS: £38 Amanda Palmer This unique artist miraculously moulds humour, tears, confession, and naked personal pain into a matchless piece of work: her new album, There Will Be No Intermission.
20 OCTOBER TICKETS: £26.50 Christopher Cross After a career spanning three-plus decades, Christopher Cross is back with his new album, Take Me As I Am, evoking the likes of Joni Mitchell and Randy Newman. 22 OCTOBER TICKETS: £39.50-£32.50 Jasper Carrott Justin Hayward London African Gospel Choir Hozier Penguin Café Aled Jones & Russell Watson Gary Numan Midge Ure Black Star Riders Amanda Palmer Christopher Cross
14 POP, ROCK AND FOLK POP, ROCK AND FOLK 15 Jools Holland LIMITED AVAILABILITY A night with Jools Holland and his Rhythm & Blues Orchestra is sure to have you on your feet! 27 OCTOBER TICKETS: £45, £33 Happy Mondays Winners of the Ivor Novello Inspiration Award and pioneers of the Madchester sound, the Happy Mondays return to Cambridge with decades worth of hits. 2 NOVEMBER TICKETS: £35.50 Steve Hackett: Genesis Revisited For the first time ever, Steve Hackett performs the Genesis album in its entirely, Selling England by the Pound.
6 NOVEMBER TICKETS: £42.50, £37.40 Jack Savoretti SOLD OUT Acoustic sensation Jack Savoretti heads to the Corn Exchange for another sold-out show.
7 NOVEMBER TICKETS: £33 The Stylistics They are back with all their hits: Can’t Give You Anything (But My Love), Let’s Put It All Together, Stop Look Listen, You Are Everything, Betcha by Golly Wow, Sing Baby Sing, and many more. 10 NOVEMBER TICKETS: £35.50, £30 Loyle Carner SOLD OUT Following the success of his album, Not Waving, But Drowning, Loyle Carner is back at the Corn Exchange for another sold-out show.
11 NOVEMBER TICKETS: £25.50 Squeeze They are back on the road, raising funds with the Difford and Tilbrook Songbook Tour for the Trussell Trust network of food banks. 12 NOVEMBER TICKETS: £128-£39 OMD SOLD OUT The iconic duo celebrate their 40th anniversary with a special sold out show at the Corn Exchange. 15 NOVEMBER TICKETS: £48, £40.50 Andy C Drum and bass pioneer and festival-circuit regular Andy C is back! 16 NOVEMBER TICKETS: £35-£22 John Mayall Inducted into the Blues Hall of Fame in 2015, icon John Mayall is back with his new album, Nobody Told Me.
17 NOVEMBER TICKETS: £38.50-£33.50 Hawkwind Pioneers of Space Rock, Hawkwind embark on a 50th anniversary tour.
18 NOVEMBER TICKETS: £30.50, £27.50 Emeli Sandé Multi-platinum, award-winning singer-songwriter Emeli Sandé is back with her album, Real Life. 26 NOVEMBER TICKETS: £68-£38 Jools Holland Happy Mondays Steve Hackett Jack Savoretti The Stylistics Loyle Carner OMD Andy C John Mayall Emeli Sandé
16 POP, ROCK AND FOLK George Hinchliffe’s Ukulele Orchestra of Great Britain The original ukulele orchestra, the group that made the uke cool, the band that gave us uke mania, invites you to join them for a little festive frivolity! 27 NOVEMBER TICKETS: £31-£25 Adam Ant Adam Ant comes to the Corn Exchange with his landmark album, Friend or Foe. 28 NOVEMBER TICKETS: £41.50 Scouting for Girls With four BRIT Award nominations, an Ivor Novello nomination, four Top 10 singles and innumerable hits, Scouting for Girls head to the Corn Exchange. 3 DECEMBER TICKETS: £28 The Darkness Cometh the day, cometh the band.
We are The Darkness and we bring you Light! - The Darkness 6 DECEMBER TICKETS: £32.50 Shed Seven LIMITED AVAILABILITY Celebrating the 25th anniversary of their first album, Britpop icons Shed Seven are back on the road. 9 DECEMBER TICKETS: £31.50 Kate Rusby at Christmas Mixing wistful folk vocals with her sharp Yorkshire wit, Kate Rusby’s Christmas concerts enchant audiences up and down the land.
- 15 DECEMBER TICKETS: £31 Ukulele Orchestra Adam Ant Scouting for Girls Shed Seven Kate Rusby Become a Corn Exchange member and get access to great perks, from priority booking to bar discounts and more.
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- ORCHESTRAL SERIES 11 Tchaikovsky Trilogy Saint Petersburg Classic Ballet returns to Cambridge Corn Exchange with a spectacular Tchaikovsky Trilogy. The Nutcracker is a delightfully festive and magical adventure, The Sleeping Beauty brings the classic fairy tale to life, while Swan Lake is a tragic tale of love and betrayal. Under the expert direction of Marina Medvetskaya, this acclaimed company combines classical training and technique with outstanding soloists to entertain audiences in breathtaking style. A full orchestra complements the classical purity of the dancing and traditional staging, to bring a taste of imperial Russia to Cambridge. THE NUTCRACKER SUN 29 DEC
- | 5PM MON 30 DEC
- | 2PM & 7PM TUE 31 DEC
- | 2PM MATINEE THE SLEEPING BEAUTY WED 1 JAN
- | 5PM THU 2 JAN
- | 2PM & 7PM SWAN LAKE FRI 3 JAN
- | 7PM SAT 4 JAN
- | 2PM & 7PM TICKETS: £38-£18 18 BALLET Ocean Film Festival World Tour The annual Ocean Film Festival is sweeping towards the Corn Exchange with a brand new selection of the world’s most amazing ocean films – both above and below the surface. 24 OCTOBER TICKETS: £16.50, concs £15 CINEMA 19 DANCE 17 Rip It Up ‘70s The ‘70s didn’t do things by halves! From the producers of Rip It Up ‘50s and Rip It Up ‘60s comes a show celebrating the greatest music decade ever.
2 OCTOBER TICKETS: £42.50-£25.50 Ian Waite and Vincent Simone – The Ballroom Boys Strictly Come Dancing favourites Ian Waite and Vincent Simone are joining forces with their brand new production, The Ballroom Boys. 8 OCTOBER TICKETS: £58-£30
20 ENTERTAINMENT ENTERTAINMENT 21 The King is Back He looks like Elvis, sings like Elvis, and has so much on-stage charisma, you might believe you are watching the King himself. 7 SEPTEMBER TICKETS: £36-£28 Nashville Live Experience the energy and magic of Nashville, Tennessee, with hits from the likes of Johnny Cash, Willie Nelson, Dolly Parton, Shania Twain, Garth Brooks, and the Dixie Chicks.
14 SEPTEMBER TICKETS: £28-£23 All You Need is Love Get ready to be transported back to a time when all you needed was love! This spectacular concert celebrates the music and immeasurable talent of The Beatles. 22 SEPTEMBER TICKETS: £48-£32.50 From the Jam This show celebrates the 40th anniversary of The Jam’s fourth studio album, Setting Sons.
9 NOVEMBER TICKETS: £30.50-£33 What’s Love Got to Do with It? Celebrate the music of the incredible Tina Turner, brought to life by the amazing vocal talent of Elesha Paul Moses. 29 NOVEMBER TICKETS: £29.50-£19 The Illegal Eagles This show celebrates legendary rock band The Eagles, recreating their distinctive sound with flare and incredible authenticity. 1 DECEMBER TICKETS: £29.50-£19 The Australian Pink Floyd Show LIMITED AVAILABILITY Running for 28 years and counting, the world’s best and greatest Pink Floyd tribute show continues to delight audiences around the world.
5 DECEMBER TICKETS: £82-£32.50 The Magic of Motown You will be doing the Loco down in Acapulco as this show takes you down memory lane with all the Motown classics from Marvin Gaye, Diana Ross, Stevie Wonder, The Supremes, and many more.
7 DECEMBER TICKETS: £34-£24 Fast Love – A Tribute to George Michael Re-live the passion, the flare, the unique sensitivity of George Michael in this incredible concert sensation. 17 DECEMBER TICKETS: £31-£20 The King is Back Nashville Live From the Jam What’s Love Got to Do with It? The Illegal Eagles The Australian Pink Floyd Show Fast Love The Magic of Motown
Why not hire one of our unique spaces in the city centre of Cambridge? Whether you require a venue for a conference, an awards ceremony, a performance, a product launch, wedding or a drinks reception we have a space to suit your event. Our venues can cater for anything from 50 to 1,400 people, making the Corn Exchange & Guildhalls the most diverse and largest conference space within the city centre of Cambridge. Testimonial Kristen Selwood, Cambridge English Language Assessment Priscilla, Queen of the Desert 10-15 FEBRUARY 2020 A brand-new production of the iconic story comes to the Corn Exchange with more glitter than ever before, featuring a dazzling array of stunning costumes, fabulous feathers and a non-stop parade of dance-floor classics including It’s Raining Men, I Will Survive, I Love The Nightlife, Finally and many more.
Based on the Oscar-winning film, Priscilla is the hilarious adventure of three friends who hop aboard a battered old bus bound for Alice Springs to put on the show of a lifetime. Their epic journey is a heart-warming story of self-discovery, sassiness and acceptance. TICKETS: £40.50-£26 22 MUSICAL THEATRE
THE CORN EXCHANGE GUILDHALL MARKET SQUARE GRAND ARCADE CAR PARK DRUMMER ST BUS STATION King’s Parade Wheeler St Corn Exchange St St Andrew’s St Sidney St Cambridge station – 20 minutes walking BOX OFFICE All events listed in this brochure take place at the Corn Exchange unless otherwise stated.
BOX OFFICE By phone: Monday – Saturday: 10am – 6pm In person: Monday – Friday: 12pm – 6pm Saturday: 10am – 6pm On performance days (including Sundays and Bank Holidays) the box office will open an hour before the start time and remain open until 30mins after the start of the show. See website for full opening times. ACCESS Our venues are fully accessible. Please inform the box office of any requirements when making your booking.
Cover illustration by Cecelia Wood, a student at the Cambridge School of Art at Anglia Ruskin University. Brochure design by geoff price Thanks to our sponsors for their generous support. To learn more about supporting our programme, please call Sophie Channon on 01223 791 794. Questions or comments? Drop us a line on email@example.com