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The Cornerstone Arts Centre in Didcot has re-opened with a great splash of entertainment to inspire everyone, after closing suddenly six weeks ago for maintenance works.

Problems with the heating systems meant having to cancel a busy schedule of events. But now The Cornerstone is back, and what a line-up it has in store – from fun family shows to 80’s medleys and gripping drama – in short, something for everyone. 

“We’re incredibly excited to re-open and can’t wait to kick off with a whole host of entertainment from shows to gallery exhibitions. We’ve been working tirelessly to get everything ready for Monday!” Cornerstone’s Miniver Mortimer explains.

Blackeyed Theatre’s fresh adaptation of ‘Frankenstein’

Coming up you can enjoy:

  • MARVELus: All The MARVEL Movies… Kind Of, Thursday 24 March at 7.30pm.  For 12+ fans of the superhero franchise. Their last tour was a sell-out success which solidified The Just Us League as an all-out delight to watch. 
  • Total 80’s on Friday 25 March at 7.30pm. Celebrate the colourful and diverse landscape of music from the 80’s, performed by a seven-piece band, expect a party atmosphere.
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  • I Spy With My Little Eye’ on Sunday 27 March at 2.30pm. An enchanting production based on the picture book by Steven Lee. This interactive musical celebrates everything great about being a kid – and everything great about having one. 
  • Blackeyed Theatre’s fresh adaptation of ‘Frankenstein’ Monday 28 and Tuesday 29 March at 7:30pm. is also expected to wow audiences. Mary Shelley’s original gothic masterpiece is brought to life in this masterfully constructed theatrical production by fusing ensemble storytelling, live music and puppetry.

To book tickets or find out more go to www.cornerstone-arts.org