More than a year since the curtain came down on performances at Ventnor Exchange with the start of the first national lock down, and now, Ventnor Exchange are excited to be preparing for the return of our live programme.

For tickets, please visit the Ventnor Exchange website

This live programme kicks off with a special, post lockdown, laugh-out-loud version of Romeo & Juliet, performed ‘open air’ in Ventnor Park on 29th/30th May.

Created by The Handlebards, a company who cycle the length and breadth of the country to reach all of their touring destinations on two wheels, the show was created by three actors cooped together in lockdown. Fuelled by cabin fever and a winter of social distancing, expect an unhinged and bonkers, laugh-out-loud version of this Shakespeare classic.

In June Ventnor Exchange are returning to Ventnor Park for similarly hilarious performances of Oscar Wilde’s ultimate play of manners, affairs and handbags, ‘The Importance of Being Earnest’ on 26th/27th June.