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New ticket agency opens in Exeter

Published: 24 September 2021

New ticket agency opens in Exeter Exeter Tickets

Exeter Corn Exchange has opened a new ticket office.

The new venue office and ticket agency – Exeter Tickets – is directly underneath the Corn Exchange in Fore Street, in what was previously a newsagent shop.

The new office replaces the old Corn Exchange office in George Street which was extremely difficult both to find and to access, being at the rear of the venue and at the top of a long flight of stairs.

Exeter Tickets has been set up as a ticket agency, so in addition to selling tickets for Corn Exchange events, it will also be making box office facilities available to other venues and event organisers. 

Work is currently being finalised to sell tickets for all events at the Royal Albert Memorial Museum and Art Gallery (RAMM), and over the last few weeks, the team have been busy selling tickets for the Two Moors Festival.  Red Coat Guided tours are also booked through Exeter Tickets now.

New ticket agency opens in Exeter

The new office even comes with a small stage which will available for ‘meet the artist’ style events and small scale performances.

With the lifting of most pandemic restrictions, the venue’s live performance programme is up and running again with sell out performances in September by Jimmy Carr and Brian Cox, among others. 

In total, 28 events will have been hosted in September and, all being well, the period from October up until the new year will be just about the busiest the venue has ever experienced, with 113 performances or other venue bookings confirmed.

This year’s pantomime is Beauty & the Beast which opens on 11 December. A number of schools have already made block bookings for their pupils to attend after it was impossible to do so last year.

Exeter Tickets is currently open from 10 am until 4pm from Monday to Friday, but it is hoped that this will be extended to include weekends in due course when levels of business and available staff make that viable.

Visitors are welcome to call in, say hello and see what’s on.

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