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Anthony's was known for its experimental fine dining while Piazza featured a 125-seat brasserie situated in the central open expanse of the Corn Exchange.
The roof extensions will take the Corn Exchange from 120,000 sq ft to 131,000 sq ft.
Originally produced by the Corn Exchange in Dublin, the play won the (Irish) Sunday Tribune award for best new play of 2000, drew more acclaim at the Edinburgh Festival and was picked up by the Hampstead Theater in London.
"It's very near to the Corn Exchange but a completely different type of customer," he said.
"We hope to have new tenants in the Corn Exchange's shops and flats from autumn 2017."
Anderson, Lewis and Bristow will take to the stage at 12.30pm at the Corn Exchange and tickets are still available for the event.
The last time I saw YMAS they played Bongo Club, a considerably smaller venue than the Corn Exchange. Now they're playing gigs that require a set of binoculars to see all the action.
"We as a practice have been involved in regeneration and we are delighted buildings like the Minster and the Corn Exchange have been recognised".
The Corn Exchange will also be the setting tomorrow for scenery-making workshops.
LRS will initially be based at The Corn Exchange on Fenwick Street.
Urbis occupies an island site between the Corn Exchange and George Stephenson's Victoria Station.
Now the show is returning for a second series, this time taking over the former Byron Hamburgers restaurant in the Corn Exchange.