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The Norfolk & Norwich festival comes to Diss

Last year, Geneva Lewis performed at the Octagon Chapel in Norwich alongside pianist Evren Ozel, but this time she was flying solo, showcasing the superb sound of a violin constructed by Guadagnini in the eighteen… read more
Posted in Music

We are WINNERS!

We are the Best Arts, Culture and Theatre Venue in Norfolk as voted for by YOU in the Muddy Stilettos Awards 2024!   Now in their 11th year the Muddy Stilettos Awards celebrate the best… read more
Posted in Uncategorised

There is no substitute for the Real Thing

Before the evening’s headliner took to the stage, Richie Sampson warmed up the crowd with a lovingly curated selection of soul and Motown hits. Showcasing a fine voice, he kicked things off with The Temptations'… read more
Posted in Music

Brilliant performances have the audience buzzing

Its over twenty years ago since I saw my first Eastern Angles play, and since then everything from Boudicca's Babes to Booming Voices have explored the history and landscape of East Anglia. It's always worth… read more
Posted in Theatre

Rachel Stockdale takes a Fat Chance

Rachel Stockdale is a jobbing actor and serial audition failure, so unsuccessful in the latter that she's written a play about it. Described by a casting director as Northern, fat and a woman, he went… read more
Posted in Theatre, Uncategorised

Best of Comedy debut is a sold out success

Over the years, the likes of Sara Pascoe, Dave John, Simon Munnery and Mitch Benn have entertained the Corn Hall Comedy Club, but not all on the same night. I don't think there's ever been… read more
Posted in Comedy

We're in the finals! Please vote for us!

DISS - WE'VE MADE IT! Thanks to you and your votes, we've made it into the Regional Finals of Norfolk’s Muddy Stilettos Awards 2024 in the BEST ARTS, CULTURE & THEATRE category.   We're thrilled… read more
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Update to our Transaction Fee

Not many towns of our size can boast a vibrant arts venue at the heart of their community which welcomes 25,000 people each year. The Corn Hall is part of what makes Diss such a… read more
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Townsend Theatre Brings History to Life

Townshend Theatre Productions have been coming to the Corn Hall for over ten years, highlighting overlooked figures from history that have been involved in the struggle for social justice. Subjects as diverse as the Tolpuddle… read more
Posted in Theatre

Wonka is a chocolate box of delights

Director Paul King is the man behind the Paddington movies, so we have every right to expect great things from Wonka, and his trademark whimsy has certain certainly been put to good use again. The… read more
Posted in Film