Two great venues for a fun night out in Ipswich!
Ipswich Regent Theatre
Opened in 1929, the Regent seats 1,781 people - making it East Anglia's largest theatre - and provides entertainment to 130,000 patrons on average each year.
Address and Contact details above.
Please click on the 'Visit Website' link above for a full programme of performances.
Address: King Street, Ipswich, Suffolk, IP1 1DH
One of East Anglia's most prestigious venues, situated in the centre of Ipswich, The Corn Exchange is a local entertainments venue hosting big name comedians, live music, theatre shows, dinner dances, balls and the annual CAMRA beer festival in September.
The complex also offers a varierty of elegant rooms for hire, for conferences, weddings, meetings, exhibitions and private social functions. "The Venue" is frequently hired out by club promoters and DJs who host their own dance/club nights in this flexible space.
Bars and Refreshments
Bars are open one hour before the start of the production until the end of the last interval.
Drinks are not normally permitted in the auditorium for concerts or shows, with the exception of the boxes at the Regent Theatre.
An interval drinks ordering service is available for most productions.
Light confectionery and ice creams are usually available to customers 1 hour prior to the performance, and during any interval.
Find out more by clicking on the 'Visit Website' link above.
Special Offers and Events
Saturday 15th July - Summer Concert at the Corn Exchange
Quirky Suffolk-based choir is bringing together over 150 singers from all 5 of its community singing groups to perform its biggest ever summer concert at Ipswich Corn Exchange on Saturday 15th July.
The 'Lose Yourself In The Music' concert will be an audio-visual spectacular celebrating pop songs from The Beatles and Dusty Springfield to more contemporary artists including Sia and Olly Murs - all in glorious 5 part harmony. Special guests will include the Ipswich Community Children's Choir and the Debenham Girls' Group, a group of ladies in their late teens and 20s with mild to moderate disabilities who have joined the choir at other events in recent years. The choir is proud to be a community partner with St Elizabeth's Hospice, fundraising year-round. They are hoping to raise at least £2,000 from a concert raffle and programme sales, to help towards the independent charity's annual £9m running costs.
Family Friendly Shows
A Great Evening Out!
Opening times vary so please check our website