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|Online – http://www.etickets.im/cc||Online (for films) – http://www.etickets.im/fip|
|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|
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Art exhibitions are available for view in the Atholl Room before/after performances and during the interval. Find out more
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Keep Folk Smiling!
We are thrilled to welcome back our old friends – the Houghton Weavers! Guaranteed to bring you an evening great songs and humour.
Robinson-Stone return to the Peel Centenary Centre after their Isle of Man debut last year with more original music, classics from the singer songwriter era and traditional British folk.“Trio in perfect harmony thrilled the audience on their first visit to the island” – Manx Independent (Jackie Darbyshire)
Guitarist Danny, pianist Dean, and multi-instrumentalist Leyna-write and produce their own original material and combine their layered sibling harmonies with a blend of Celtic folk music and vintage Americana to create their unique and eclectic style. After establishing themselves on the UK folk scene, the band released their eponymous debut album ‘Robinson-Stone’ in 2016 which received nationwide BBC radio airplay.
2020 saw the release of their new album ‘Skywatcher’. The rich harmonies and vintage styling cement Robinson-Stone as a modern throwback band, emulating artists such as the Eagles, Fleetwood Mac and the Carpenters. With inspiration drawn from multiple eras of music – from the singer-songwriters and symphonic standards of the 1970s, to modern ‘adult contemporary’ genres – Robinson-Stone have produced a nostalgic yet fresh sound.
Help yourselves to each other – https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OVuZi2Z2iQQ
Dervish [29 July]
Karine Polwart & Dave Milligan Music [27 July]
TRIP [24 July]
Rachel Hair : Harp Player & Ruth Keggin – Manx Gaelic Singer [28 July]
An Cailín Ciúin [26 July]
The Mega Manx Ceili [28 July]
Plus all the usual ceilis, sessions, workshops, lectures and craft fair
At £60 these will go fast, so don’t miss out https://www.etickets.im/cc/cc.asp
Isle of Man Arts Council
International Financial Group Limited – IFGL
The Noise Next Door
The U.K’s premier improv comedy troupe have taken the comedy world by storm.
Twelve time sell-out veterans of the Edinburgh Fringe Festival and one of the country’s most sought after comedy club headliners, The Noise Next Door leave audiences everywhere in awe of their lightning-quick wit and totally original comedic talents. They have been performing their own distinctive brand of off-the-cuff comedy together since they met at university.
Taking audience suggestions, the cheeky and charming quartet, transform them into fantastically funny scenes and songs in the blink of an eye with a perfect blend of ludicrous characters, witty one-liners, epic stories, and explosive physicality.
The Noise Next Door have appeared on BBC One, BBC Three, ITV1, BBC Radio 1 and BBC Radio 4, they were nominated for a Chortle Award in 2014, and have performed alongside the likes of Michael McIntyre, Al Murray, and Harry Hill. Having received standing ovations in front of corporate dinners, the British forces, secondary school students and even fans at ‘Download’ Heavy Metal music festival, they are also one of the most versatile acts in the business.
Unstoppably funny and uniquely talented, The Noise Next Door are the stand out comedy act of their generation.