Welcome to the Erin Arts Centre.

Now that lockdown has ended on the Isle of Man, we can plan some future events. Events will be put onto the What's On page as and when they are finalised. The centre will open during its usual hours of Monday to Friday 10:30am to 4:30pm starting from Tuesday 7th July. The James Mellon Gallery is still hosting an exhibition by Stephen Free. Entry is free and open during normal opening hours.

We are an internationally recognised arts centre in the lovely seaside resort of Port Erin in the Isle of Man. The little island nestles in the middle of the Irish Sea in the centre of the British Isles. As a registered charity, the Erin Arts Centre is a non-profit arts centre dedicated to presenting performing, vocal and visual art for the benefit of the Island community. Known for its groundbreaking music and opera programmes and its international competitions, the EAC is acknowledged to be one of the leading arts centres in the British Isles.

Each month we send out a newsletter as a reminder of events in the following month. If you would like to subscribe to this service when it recommences, please click on the button and complete the form. We only require your email address and we do not keep any other personal information from this service.

The 2019 Mananan Festival was very successful but the 2020 Festival has been cancelled. We are very grateful to all the artistes who have agreed to duplicate the planned 2020 festival in 2021. The line up for the 2021 Festival is on our Mananan Festival page.

Sadly Raymond Leppard died on Tuesday 22nd October 2019 at his home in Indianapolis. As well as being an internationally renowned conducter, he was Patron of the Erin Arts Centre from 1971. His support will be sadly missed.

Outside the Erin Arts Centre
Sir James Mellon Gallery
Isle of Man Bank Auditorium


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Member of the British Arts Festivals Association

Erin Arts Centre

President: Raymond Leppard CBE

Member of BFFS