Author: Pip Rolfe

Rachel Hair and Ruth Keggin – Lossan

We are thrilled to announce a new date for Ruth Keggin and Rachel Hair’s album launch here at EAC. Postponed from the Mananan Festival, the show will now take place on Monday 19th September at 7.30pm. You know what to do! https://www.ticketsource.co.uk/erinartscentre/t-vvveqjl

Cancelled: Rachel Hair and Ruth Keggin

There is no easy way to say this but Ruth Keggin and Rachel Hair’s sold-out show tomorrow is cancelled due to illness. We can only apologise to everyone who has bought tickets and wish Rachel a big ‘get well soon.’ We are already working to reschedule this show but it will not take place during festival week. We will refund all tickets and invite customers to please rebook when the time comes. Thank you all [read more…]

Mannin Music – Mini Musicians

We are delighted to be hosting Mini Musicians weekly classes here at EAC, beginning on Thursday 16th June. Please note, this is NOT a drop-in session, click on link below for more information and booking/registration: https://manninmusic.com/mini-musicians/

We’re Hiring a Creative Administrator

The Erin Arts Centre is looking for an organised, versatile person to assist the Creative Director with the Centre’s next exciting chapter. The successful applicant will be prepared to engage in all aspects of running a small, vibrant arts venue, from undertaking daily administrative duties, to staffing our events alongside a team of volunteers. We need somebody who is: motivated and flexible committed to the arts and creative development full of bright ideas! enjoys dealing [read more…]

Live From The New York Met Opera is Back!

Join us tomorrow for the first in the new series of ten spectacular productions. The series kicks off with a revival of Mussorgsky’s ‘Boris Godonov.’ Bass, René Pape, reprises his overwhelming portrayal of the tortured tsar caught between grasping ambition and crippling paranoia. Conductor Sebastian Weigle leads Mussorgsky’s masterwork, a pillar of the Russian repertoire, in its original 1869 version, which runs two-and-a-quarter hours with no intermission. NB. Tomorrow’s show is pre-recorded from the previous [read more…]

New website, Jazz Festival, 50th Anniversary, and a new exhibition

Welcome to our shiny new website! We’re really proud to be launching it and watching it evolve. A massive thanks to Stef for his fantastic design and all his hard work. Jazz Festival As well as our August/September agenda, we have some very exciting news! On October 8th-9th, we’re delighted to be hosting  the inaugural Port Erin Jazz Festival. Featuring the extraordinary talents of Alan Barnes and Dave Newton, backed by students from the Leeds Music College [read more…]