Barnfield Theatre
The Barnfield Theatre in Exeter, England was originally built as The Barnfield Hall near the end of the 19th century by Exeter Literary Society and converted to a theatre in 1972, and is located near the centre of the city on Barnfield Road, Southernhay. Today the theatre is operated as a charity and is used as a venue for amateur and professional theatrical companies. The building is owned by Exeter City Council and leased to Exeter Little Theatre Company, who run the theatre under Barnfield Theatre Ltd. In January 2007 it received £200,000, about the same as the original cost to build it, to refurbish its interior.


Main auditorium
The main auditorium is fully furnished with stage and lighting equipment; 289 comfortable, tip-up seats which were reupholstered in 2005 and in full rake for complete view of the stage from all parts of the theatre. It is also suitable for conferences, lectures and displays as well as stage productions.

Bedford Room
The Bedford Room (or Bedford Studio Theatre) can be used for many different purposes, these include a studio theatre or conference room. The seating is modular and can be raked, and can be arranged for any theatrical requirements (e.g. theatre in the round, traverse etc.). It was renamed as the Clifford Room in 2007.