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When We Are Married – Rushen Players

Rushen Players are back! Adults £10 / Under 18s £2  Written in 1938, J. B. Priestley’s comic masterpiece is firmly set amongst the mills, moors and Methodist chapels in Edwardian Yorkshire, reflecting the social mores of the time with warmth, humanity and humour.  During the course of an evening, a cast of vividly drawn characters invade the Helliwell’s living room, causing mayhem and upset with the three couples who are gathered there to celebrate their [read more…]

When We Are Married – Rushen Players

Rushen Players are back! Adults £10 / Under 18s £2  Written in 1938, J. B. Priestley’s comic masterpiece is firmly set amongst the mills, moors and Methodist chapels in Edwardian Yorkshire, reflecting the social mores of the time with warmth, humanity and humour.  During the course of an evening, a cast of vividly drawn characters invade the Helliwell’s living room, causing mayhem and upset with the three couples who are gathered there to celebrate their [read more…]

When We Are Married – Rushen Players

Rushen Players are back! Adults £10 / Under 18s £2  Written in 1938, J. B. Priestley’s comic masterpiece is firmly set amongst the mills, moors and Methodist chapels in Edwardian Yorkshire, reflecting the social mores of the time with warmth, humanity and humour.  During the course of an evening, a cast of vividly drawn characters invade the Helliwell’s living room, causing mayhem and upset with the three couples who are gathered there to celebrate their [read more…]

Turandot – Live from the New York Met Opera

Adults £15 / Under 18s £2 Previously advertised with Anna Netrebko in the title role but she has had to withdraw so Ukrainian soprano Liudmyla Monastyrska now stars in the title role of the legendary cold-hearted princess—seen live in cinemas on May 7. Tenor Yonghoon Lee is the bold prince determined to win Turandot’s love, alongside soprano Ermonela Jaho as the devoted servant Liù legendary bass Ferruccio Furlanetto as the blind king Timur. Marco Armiliato [read more…]

Encanto (2021)

Under 18s £2 / Adults £6 Encanto: A Magical World tells the tale of an extraordinary family, the Madrigals, who live hidden in the mountains of Colombia in a magical house, in a wondrous, charmed place called Encanto. In the film, the magic of the Encanto has blessed every child in the family with a unique gift, from super strength to the power to heal—every child except one, Mirabel. When she discovers that the magic surrounding [read more…]

EAC Easter Market

On Saturday April 9th, we shall be hosting a fantastic Easter market from 11am to 4.30pm. Expect quality hand -crafted gifts from around the Island, an on-site Easter egg trail and hot food and drinks served in the cafe all day. Come and support your local artisans and get yourselves some springtime treats!

Piano Recital – Henry Lewis

Henry Lewis was born in 1999, and grew up in the Somerset countryside. He started playing the piano at the age of six, and until 2018 was a pupil of Catherine Miller in Bristol. For the 2017/2018 year Henry was the recipient of the European Piano Teacher’s Association’s John Bigg Scholarship, which also allowed him to take lessons with Murray McLachlan in Manchester, with whom he continued his studies full time at the Royal Northern [read more…]

~ SOLD OUT ~ EAC Jazz Club Presents Beccy Rork with Blue Vannin + Support

Adults £10 / Under 18’s £2 It’s Back! We’re pleased to announce that the next instalment of EAC Jazz Club will feature UK saxophonist and multi-instrumentalist Beccy Rork, supported by EAC house band Blue Vannin. Beccy Rork is a saxophonist, teacher and arranger living in East Sussex. She began playing in blues, funk and soul bands in Norwich and went on to study Jazz, Popular and Contemporary Music at Leeds College of Music. There, she [read more…]

150 YEARS OF ‘EDUCATION FOR ALL’ An illustrated talk by PROFESSOR ANGELA W. LITTLE – RHT

£5 | RHT Friends £6 2022 marks the 150th anniversary of the landmark 1872 Isle of Man Act for Public Elementary Education, which introduced compulsory education, eight years ahead of England and Wales, transferring control of education from the Church to the State. It paved the way for improvements in the quantity and quality of teachers, the abolition of school fees, and the extension of an independent system of education. How and why did this [read more…]

MADF One Act Play Festival 2022

MADF One Act Play Festival will take place from Wednesday 2nd March to Saturday 5th March 2022. Adults £12 / Over 65s or Students £8 Season tickets (all three nights)                       Adult season £30.00Concession season (Over 65s or Students) £20.00 Thursday – Droitwich Discovery by Nick Warburton performed by Rushen Players:Not Stratford but Droitwich, with soliloquy and dialogue as exciting as would be expected. If not quite [read more…]