Corn Exchange new season has something for all

PUBLISHED: 09:44 05 January 2006 | UPDATED: 17:11 11 May 2010

Playing at the Corn Exchange

Playing at the Corn Exchange

A NEW year sees a new season at the Cambridge Corn Exchange. But where to begin? Comedy, drama, music, dance – they ve got it all. If it s comedy you re after, then you re in luck. Ben Elton returns to the Corn Exchange in January, along with Jethro in Fe

Playing at the Corn Exchange

A NEW year sees a new season at the Cambridge Corn Exchange.

But where to begin? Comedy, drama, music, dance - they've got it all.

If it's comedy you're after, then you're in luck.

Ben Elton returns to the Corn Exchange in January, along with Jethro in February.

Paddy McGuiness, star of Phoenix Nights, brings his first solo stand up show in March.

Paul Merton is sure to have you roaring in the aisles in June when he returns with his Impro Chums tour.

As for music, there's something to suit every taste - Goldfrapp, Belle and Sebastian, Courtney Pine, Ladysmith Black Mambazo, The Hollies, and Beth Orton are just some of the artists on offer.

For audience participation, sing-a-long Rocky Horror Picture Show and sing-a-long Abba are coming in March.

For the youngsters, there are a number of shows to choose from - Fireman Sam comes to the rescue in February, Hi-5 Live Action Heroes come to save the day in April, and join the Fimbles for a party in June.

The world's most successful rock-n-roll musical is back. The Buddy Holly Story, which features more than 20 of his greatest hits, will be on in March.

The controversial Jerry Springer Opera breaks its West End run for a tour of the country, making a stop at the Corn Exchange in April.

And dust down your flares and put on your dancing shoes in April for Saturday Night Fever - The Tour.

* For more information, or to book tickets, contact the Box Office on 01223 357851, or visit the website, www.cornex.co.uk

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