Tickets to see the spectacular Not Until We Are Lost (18-21 Dec), which will see the Corn Exchange transformed into an arena of steel bars, swinging walls and tumbling performers, have been reduced from £17.50 to just £2.50. You can read more about this unique Ockham’s Razor production here.
Did you know that Morrissey has a massive fan base in Mexico? Us neither, but apparently that’s what spawned Mexrissey – Mexico Goes Morrissey. His songs of love, loss and longing have found a huge audience and chimed with generations raised on rancheras and mariachis and their singers who were not afraid to cross the line. This show in April will see Mexican singers re-invent the songs we know and love. Tickets £5 reduced from £17.50.
Surely the highlight of the Corn Exchange’s winter programme, the Moscow City Ballet bring a stunning production of Romeo and Juliet to the stage on 4 January. See these world-famous dancers for just £15 (normally £27.50-£37-50).
Then, those of you with little ones might be keen to get your mitts on tickets for Ben & Holly’s Little Kingdom, coming to town in June. Tickets now £50, reduced from £57.
Says Neil Jones of Cambridge Corn Exchange: “We decided to offer reduced price tickets for targeted shows to get into the spirit of Black Friday and as we have ticket availability for some of the performances. We hope customers enjoy snapping up the bargains while they last.”