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Adults £6 / under 18s £2 Christopher Nolan's formidable and ambitious portrait of theoretical physicist J Robert Oppenheimer is coming to EAC! Cillian Murphy stars as the brilliant mind, tasked with working on the top-secret Manhattan Project during WW2. His work comes to an ominous fruition on July 16th 1945 with the world's first nuclear explosion, changing the course of history forever. Oppenheimer is a modern age Frankenstein movie, in which a man captivated by the [read more…]
Twinkling lights, pine needles, carols and mulled wine - that magical time of year is almost upon us! To help you into the festive mood and provide a solution to those pesky present problems, the Erin Arts Centre will be hosting our EAC Christmas Market (11am-4.30pm) on Saturday 9th December. With over 20 varied craft stalls, a tombola, raffle and hot food & drink served all day, we can guarantee a fine festive atmosphere and [read more…]
Adults £15/ Under 18 £2 Sung in Spanish and inspired by the magical realism of Gabriel García Márquez, Mexican composer Daniel Catán’s 1996 opera tells the enchanting story of a Brazilian opera diva who returns to her homeland to perform at the legendary opera house of Manaus—and to search for her lost lover, who has vanished into the jungle. The Met premiere stars soprano Ailyn Pérez as Florencia Grimaldi, with Yannick Nézet-Séguin on the podium [read more…]
The 21st of May falls on the 21st week of the year. In the course of that week the sun sets at 21 minutes past the 21st hour. Kitterland will screen their film 2121 at the Erin Arts Centre on 17th December. Recorded at the Sound Cafe on May 21st, their film takes in views of the island from dawn until dusk, from sea to river, to forest and field.
Adults £8 Under 18's £2 What better way to sign off before the festivities than with a visit to the EAC & Bushy's Yuletide institution! We all know the story but it's still beautiful thing to watch it all unfold surrounded by friends, sharing the spirit of Christmas. An angel is sent from heaven to help a desperately frustrated businessman by showing him what life would have been like if he had never existed. James [read more…]
New exhibition Tuesday 8th January to Friday 18th February 2024. Gallery open 10am-4.30pm Tuesday to Friday, plus during events and selected weekends.
Adults £5 | RHT Friends £4 | Under 18s £2 William Hoggatt is well-known as a painter of Manx landscapes, but he was also an outspoken campaigner and champion for the protection and preservation of the Manx countryside in the late 1930's. In the next of our season of talks, Yvonne Cresswell, former curator of Social history for Manx National Heritage, will reveal how there was much more to this elderly artist than his familiar [read more…]
Apply online: www.erinartscentre.com/ysom2024 Saturday 27th January - Juniors (7-12 years) Sunday 28th January - Seniors (13-18 years) Come and support your young singers in this friendly and exciting competition. Each competitor sings two songs in pursuit of the Young Singer of Mann title! The winners of both the Junior and Senior competitions will receive a £150 cash prize, the Young Singer or Junior Singer of Mann trophy, and an additional trophy which they keep. Runners-up [read more…]
Tickets £27.50 - email [email protected] for tickets or waiting list Just a month ahead of the release of a brand new Starsailor album (Where The Wild Things Grow), James returns to treat us to acoustic versions of Starsailor hits as well as his own fabulous solo material. Be quick for tickets, the last time James came to the island in March 2022 he sold out in 4 hours. Please note - tickets for this event [read more…]