Corn Exchange, Newbury

Newbury, United Kingdom

Corn Exchange, Newbury


The Corn Exchange is a 400-seat arts centre in Newbury, Berkshire, UK. It presents a varied programme including dance, film, music, drama, children's events, comedy and an annual pantomime.

The building was originally a corn exchange which opened for trade in 1862, but after the decline in corn trading it was used for public meetings; in 1993 it was opened as an arts centre after a £3.5 million refurbishment. The building is now a Grade II listed building. On 1 June 2000 the operation of The Corn Exchange passed from West Berkshire Council to The Corn Exchange (Newbury) Trust, an independent charity, which also manages New Greenham Arts (an arts centre based at Greenham Common).

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