What’s On

Unless otherwise noted tickets are usually available from

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Celtic Gold – Peel Shakti Man – Ramsey
GH Corlett – Douglas (not films) Thompson Travel – Port Erin
Peter Norris Music – Douglas (not films) On the door, subject to availability

NOTE: If you haven’t received your e-tickets via email your Paypal reference number or receipt will be sufficient, we always have a list of e-ticket sales on the door. You may also wish to check your Spam or Junk mail folders.

Art exhibitions are available for view in the Atholl Room before/after performances and during the interval. Find out more

Please double check event details for any alternative ticket arrangements

Mar
1
Fri
The Legion Players Present “One for the Road” @ Peel Centenary Centre
Mar 1 @ 7:30 pm – 10:15 pm

This wickedly observant comedy by the author of Educating Rita finds Dennis on the eve of his thirty-fifth birthday, making a last-ditch attempt to break away from the confines of his middle-class, housing-estate existence.

Reaching breaking point at his birthday party, he packs a rucksack to make his escape, but everyone wants to accompany him and he sinks down in front of the television, defeated. But there’s always next year … and the year after …

 

(Please be aware there is adult content and this play is not suitable for under 16s. )

Mar
2
Sat
The Legion Players Present “One for the Road” @ Peel Centenary Centre
Mar 2 @ 7:30 pm – 10:15 pm

This wickedly observant comedy by the author of Educating Rita finds Dennis on the eve of his thirty-fifth birthday, making a last-ditch attempt to break away from the confines of his middle-class, housing-estate existence.

Reaching breaking point at his birthday party, he packs a rucksack to make his escape, but everyone wants to accompany him and he sinks down in front of the television, defeated. But there’s always next year … and the year after …

 

(Please be aware there is adult content and this play is not suitable for under 16s. )

Mar
9
Sat
Four Poofs and a Piano @ Peel Centenary Centre
Mar 9 @ 8:00 pm – 10:15 pm

4 Poofs and a Piano is everyone’s favourite house-band from the BAFTA award winning Friday Night With Jonathan Ross show on BBC1 from 2001 to 2010.

Camp, irreverent, self-deprecating, high octane, naughty but fun all-round entertainment with original comedy songs, pop standards, dance, physical comedy and light-hearted banter.

 

Mar
23
Sat
Kylie @ Centenary Centre
Mar 23 @ 8:00 pm – 10:15 pm

 

Feverish, performed by Joanne Steel, is known in the business as the Ultimate tribute to the one and only princess of pop, Kylie Minogue.

Not only does she bare an incredible likeness to the pint size pop star, but has also perfected her vocal impression to such a standard that audiences are guaranteed a superb “Kylie” experience.

Apr
6
Sat
Si Cranstoun @ Peel Centenary Centre
Apr 6 @ 8:00 pm – 10:15 pm

Si Cranstoun is no stranger to Peel, as he makes his 3rd appearance with his incredibly talented 6-piece band. Often cited as being the modern day Jackie Wilson, Si has a seemingly infinite enthusiasm for his music, and is guaranteed to get the theatre rocking within the first few bars of his show. If you have not experienced the Dynamo that is Si Cranstoun, don’t miss out on this show – as all previous shows sold out quickly.

 

**PLEASE NOTE THAT SEATING CAPACITY WILL BE REDUCED TO ALLOW FOR DANCING AT THIS EVENT**

 

Apr
27
Sat
Mez and the Fezzes @ Peel Centenary Centre
Apr 27 @ 8:00 pm – 10:15 pm

Mez & the Fezzes is an all-star band featuring members of the Van Morrison Band, Jools Holland Rhythm & Blues Orchestra and Madness.

Between them they have worked with BB King, Paul McCartney, Tom Jones, Robert Plant, Joss Stone and many many more.

Led by drummer/lead singer Mez Clough, the Fezzes play an infectious mix of rhythm & blues, rock ‘n’ roll, surf and swing. They keep the dance floor rocking with classic tunes from the likes of Chuck Berry, Fats Domino as well as cult movie themes from Quentin Tarantino.

The band has performed at the Madness ‘House of Fun’ Festival and top UK Vintage event Twinwood Festival.

May
9
Thu
Radcliffe, Russell, and Lee @ Centenary Centre
May 9 @ 8:00 pm – 10:15 pm

Mark Radcliffe, the BBC DJ and Folk Musician is joining us with two musician friends – Dave Russell and Chris Lee for an evening of music and banter.

Jun
15
Sat
Narropera in Peel, Mozart’s Marriage of Figaro as narrated opera @ Centenary Centre
Jun 15 @ 8:00 pm – 9:30 pm

The annual PCC narropera performance. Mozart’s Figaro opera is one of the most beautiful in the whole opera repertoire, with an entertaining story and wonderful music. Narropera fascinates by drawing the listener into a ‘Tale for Grown-ups, told in speech and song’.

Jun
22
Sat
Gordie MacKeeman and His Rhythm Boys @ Peel Centenary Centre
Jun 22 @ 8:00 pm – 10:15 pm

There’s no other band out around like Gordie MacKeeman and His Rhythm Boys, from Prince Edward Island, Canada. Led by fiddling wiz Gordie “Crazy Legs” MacKeeman, the roots quartet features all-star pickers and singers, with everything from down-home country to reckless rockabilly to intricate bluegrass. Now the boys are back in town with their fourth and latest release, Dreamland.

The band spent the past year exciting crowds all over the world, from Denmark’s Tonder Festival and the U.K.’s Cambridge Folk Festival, to Merlefest in North Carolina and the Blue Mountains Music Festival in Australia. Crowds love them everywhere they go, thanks to Gordie’s charm (and flying fiddle and feet) and their unique blend of just about every roots genre going. They love it all, old and new, and put on a variety show that has the fans dancing, laughing and singing along.

Dreamland is a big step forward for the group, as it features the greatest number of vocal tracks they’ve ever featured on an album. That highlights the development of the quartet, with all four members writing and singing their own material, and bringing their own strengths to the table. From the Cajun rocker “Sittin’ In A Bar” to classic country sounds in “Strength In Numbers” to the beautiful lullabye of the title track, the group is showing their writing skills match their playing talents. It’s a versatile, wide-ranging showcase that mirrors the live show, with four singers and multi-instrumentalists.

The members are all musical Swiss Army knives, able to pull out whatever instrument or style is needed. Peter Cann handles acoustic and electric guitars, banjo and vocals, Thomas Webb can be found on stand-up bass, guitar, banjo, steel guitar and vocals, Jason Burbine moves between drums, bass, guitar and singing, and while Gordie is mainly on fiddle, he’ll grab the guitar, sit behind the drum kit and sing lots too.

On Dreamland the band wanted to capture all that versatility, and went off in search of a producer who could work in lots of styles. They found him in Mississippi native R.S. Field, best known for his work with Justin Townes Earle, Steve Earle, Tim O’Brien and Allison Moorer. “It’s nice to work with someone who gets the sound,” says MacKeeman. “It has bluegrass elements, it has rockabilly elements, it has old-time elements, but to us it’s all the same thing. That’s why we wanted someone who understands rockabilly base as well as old-time fiddle and accordions.

In addition to songs written and sung by each member, there’s room for some great cover tunes. There’s a fiddle and banjo-fired version of the old ’60’s hit by The Hollies, “Stop Stop Stop,” and beloved P.E.I. songwriter Gene MacLellan’s “Just Want To Be Loved By You.” And the biggest surprise is a mysterious number that turns out to be “Run With Us,” the theme song from the ’80’s Canadian cartoon classic, The Raccoons. “The original is very 80’s pop,” says MacKeeman. “But we do it so different, it’s been great, it’s fun seeing people get that eureka moment when they realize what it is. It usually doesn’t take very long.”

Dreamland is an album that moves from highlight to highlight, showcasing everything the band has to offer. There’s no filler here, it’s packed with their very best songs and very best styles. “I’m one of those people that has to enjoy everything on an album, and that’s what we were shooting for, an album that holds people until the end,” says MacKeeman. “And we always like albums to be a souvenir of our live show. To bring people back to that feeling they got seeing us live.”

That feeling? The playing, the singing, the music, and those crazy legs? Feel the fun, with Gordie MacKeeman and His Rhythm Boys.

www.gordiemackeeman.com

www.crazylegs.ca

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