The Corn Hall

The Corn Hall

About the venue

Located in the historic market town of Diss on the  border of Norfolk and Suffolk, and at the gateway to the Waveney Valley, the Corn Hall is an impressive Grade II listed building which was originally built as a corn exchange.

Arrival Instructions

The entrance to the Corn Hall is via a level entrance courtyard approximately 25 metres from the street. As you enter the building you will see the Box Office and reception on your left. From here you can buy and collect tickets or find out where you should be going if you’re coming for a meeting or to visit someone.

The entrance to the Hall is on the right of the foyer. Doors to the performance space open 30 minutes before the start time. If you are watching a show these will be staffed by front of house assistants who wear ID badges. For a performance we recommend arriving 15-30 minutes prior to the start time.

You can buy a drink, snacks and meals in the bar and café to the right of the foyer. The toilets are located across the foyer to the left of the stairs.

The designated accessible parking is on the street just up the hill a couple of metres from the Corn Hall.

For performances, The Corn Hall asks that wheelchair users and anyone with any access requirements contacts their Box Office before booking tickets so that they can be sure that they can accommodate them satisfactorily.

The Corn Hall, 10 St Nicholas St, Diss, Norfolk IP22 4LB, UK

01379 652241

Accessibility Information

  • Assistance dog
  • Designated parking
  • Induction loop/infrared system
  • Internal lift
  • Level entrance
  • Wheelchair-accessible toilet
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