NB: Under 14\'s to be seated in balcony area.
The Cambridge Corn Exchange is one of the UK's popular music and arts venue, hosting some of the worlds best known artists. It is located in Cambridge, England. It is also used as an examination hall for students at the University of Cambridge.
The Cambridge Corn Exchange Box Office & Venue is designed to cater for the needs of all our customers, including those with disabilities. If you have any questions not answered in this section, or suggestions about what would make it more helpful, please email firstname.lastname@example.org or call on 01223 357851 and ask for Ania, Duncan or Kerrie. This information is also available to download as a PDF or Word Document.
We have accessible seats reserved on both the flat floor (rows O and R) and in the boxes (Hirsch and Salisbury boxes.) We also have a row reserved for visually impaired customers (row K.) During standing performances the accessible seating is in the boxes.
We have two disabled toilets in our venue. One located at the front of the building and the other at back end. Both toilets are wide enough for wheelchairs and powerchairs to get through and are complete with grab rails.
There are two bar