After careful consideration, we have decided that Wednesday’s screenings will take place as scheduled. We shall be asking our audience to observe a minute’s silence before each show.
Rescheduled: Rachel Hair and Ruth Keggin – Lossan
Following the sad news of the passing of Queen Elizabeth II, it has been announced that her funeral will take place on Monday 19th September. Out of respect for this occasion of national mourning, Ruth & Rachel and the Erin Arts Centre have postponed their scheduled concert to Tuesday 20th September at 7.30pm. All prior bookings remain valid and full refunds will be given to anybody unable to attend. Thank you for your understanding.
New Cinema Sound System!
We’re absolutely dying to tell you about this! We have a beautiful new sound system in our cinema and we’d like to give massive thanks to the IOM Arts Council – and Julian Martin of Advanced Aerial Services – for making this possible. We want to give all our customers the best experience you can possibly have here and this is a big step in that direction. Come down to any of this season’s screenings [read more…]
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…]
Cancelled: Adam Westcott
We are very sorry to announce that Adam has had to cancel his scheduled appearance at this year’s Mananan Festival. He has sustained a hand injury and is unable to perform. At this late stage, it is not possible to find a suitable replacement to maintain the integrity of the festival. We’re as disappointed as you are but we wish Adam a speedy recovery and have issued full refunds on any tickets purchased.
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…]
Congratulations to Rushen Players!
We’d like to say a massive EAC ‘thank you and well done’ to Adrienne and all her excellent cast at Rushen Players! There’s a ton of work involved in putting on a show and last week’s production of Priestley’s ‘When We Are Married’ drew great audiences over the three nights and was a real triumph. Well done folks! You did yourselves and the Centre proud.
Launch of Asila’s Song by Jackie Morrey-Grace
Original spoken word theatrical group, Penny Productions, present Asila’s Song and other spectacular tales. An evening to ignite your senses! This celebratory show marks the official launch of the publication of the one-woman poetic play, Asila’s Song. It is also an opportunity to witness this dark and dangerous ghost story being performed by the author herself, triple Manx Litfest Poetry Slam Champion, Jackie Morrey-Grace. Jackie will be joined on the evening by a whole host [read more…]