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Corn Exchange could partially reopen

The much-loved Corn Exchange has shared an update on its plans for the future.

And while theatre-goers will have to wait a little longer for the thrill of live performances, the Market Place venue is looking at getting its small cinema space and cafe back up and running.

In an update from the Corn Exchange, Director Katy Griffiths, said: "We are exploring reopening our cinema and café as well as finding ways to run our Learning Centre classes and sessions in a blended way so that attendance can be in person or virtual. We hope it won’t be too long before outdoor performances will be permitted, and although we won’t be inviting thousands of you to a huge celebration in the Market Place, we are looking at a number of exciting outdoor projects that we hope will be possible in the coming months.

"We have all agreed that the arts are vital to our wellbeing and way of life, and the Corn Exchange is determined to find a way to continue to play its part as we find our way to a new normal."

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