Biggar Corn Exchange is a Grade B listed building which was originally built in 1860 and was opened in 1861. It is currently leased to Biggar Theatre Workshop from South Lanarkshire Council.
To read more about the history of this iconic building, click HERE
This facility has been used for many years as an amateur theatre. The Corn Exchange is a unique historic building occupying a commanding site in the centre of the town.
It is acknowledged locally that the Corn Exchange has an attractive historic legacy which contributes significantly to the unique character of Biggar High Street, which is why it is so important that it is preserved and maintained to serve future generations of local people and tourists visiting the town.
The Corn Exchange closed for refurbishment in October 2009, and re-opened in October 2010.
To read about Phase One of the Refurbishment, click HERE
To see gallery of images of the refurbishment in progress, click HERE
To read about possible further development of the Corn Exchange, click HERE