A brand new season of shows starts this week at Ventnor Exchange, with highlights including a homage to 1970’s seaside holidays and hammer horror in Seaside Terror by the puppetry collective Odd Doll.
Other shows include BBC Radio 4 regular John Osbourne’s Edinburgh Fringe hit ‘John Peel’s Shed’, acclaimed national theatre company Paines Plough’s new play by Zia Ahmed ‘I Wanna Be Yours’ and award-winning comedian/poet Rob Auton.
Over the past 5 years the Exchange’s intimate theatre has built up a loyal following for it’s refreshing programming of some of the best new plays and comedians in the UK, with many now regularly featuring on TV and radio.
A perfect night out for those looking for something a little different, the Ventnor Exchange is also home to a craft beer bar and record store, as well as weekly activities including foreign language lessons, a community choir and book club.
For cheap tickets subscribe as a Friend for £20 per year and get 2-for-1 tickets to all events, meaning a night out for as little as £5 each.
For more information and to book visit www.ventnorexchange.co.uk.