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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

Please double check event details for any alternative ticket arrangements

Nov
28
Wed
The Farthest (2017) @ Centenary Centre
Nov 28 @ 7:45 pm – 9:45 pm
The Farthest (2017) @ Centenary Centre | Peel | Isle of Man

FILM STARTS AT 7:45PM. DOORS AND BAR OPEN 7:00PM.

Runtime: 2hr 1min || Cert: PG
Documentary, History

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More than 12 billion miles away a tiny spaceship is leaving our Solar System and entering the void of deep space – the first human-made object ever to do so.

This exquisite Oscar and BAFTA nominated science film documents the story of NASA’s finest, noblest contribution to scientific understanding. The launching of Voyager I and II, in 1977, was a remarkable, one of a kind mission thanks to a specific alignment of the planets in our solar system. Every few years, for two weeks, scientists would make jaw dropping discoveries as these space ships boldly went where no spaceship had ever gone before; overcoming new huge obstacles as they went.

“Reynolds’ film conveys a legitimate, stirring sense of awe about mankind’s innate desire for adventure, discovery and communion with all that surrounds it.” – Nick Schager, Variety

“This exquisite, exemplary science documentary, directed by Irish editor turned helmer Emer Reynolds, recounts the rich and fascinating story of the Voyager mission, arguably Nasa’s finest, noblest contribution to scientific understanding.” – Leslie Felperin, The Guardian

Directed by: Emer Reynolds
Produced by: Sean B. Carroll, David Elisco, Zlata Filipovic, Jared Lipworth, Dennis Liu, John Murray, Keith Potter, John Rubin, Clare Stronge
Written by: Emer Reynolds
Starring: Carolyn Porco, Charley Kohlhase, Edward Stone, Fran Bagenal, Frank Drake, John Casani, Larry Soderblom, Lawrence Krauss, Nick Sagan, Timothy Ferris
Music by: Ray Harman
Cinematography: Kate McCullough
Edited by: Tony Cranstoun
Country: Ireland
Language: English

Tickets available online (http://bit.ly/fip-booknow), or from Celtic Gold (Peel), Shakti Man (Ramsey) and Thompson Travel (Port Erin) or on the door (unless sold out).

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Dec
2
Sun
Peel Pantoloons presents – The Grinch The Panto @ Peel Centenary Centre
Dec 2 @ 2:00 pm – 5:00 pm

This year sees the Peel Pantoloons in the town of Whoville for their production of The Grinch, The Panto.

Christmas celebrations are underway in Whoville but overshadowing the celebrations is the fear of the return of the Grinch. When their fears finally come to pass, it’s up to the Mayor, Colin the Cheermeister and Nora and Annie Good to find help in the most unusual of places.

A magical journey to the North Pole to visit Santa and his Chief Elf, Widget, followed by a skidoo trip to the Snow Queen’s palace to seek the assistance of the Snow Queens imps. This year’s show is a heart-warming tale that proves that the Spirit of Christmas can conquer all, with a little help from Polly Watt. Come and join the Peel Pantoloons for this year’s festive Christmas pantomime.

Tickets are £8, available online or from Celtic Gold in Peel.

Dec
5
Wed
Peel Pantoloons presents – The Grinch The Panto @ Peel Centenary Centre
Dec 5 @ 7:30 pm – 10:00 pm

This year sees the Peel Pantoloons in the town of Whoville for their production of The Grinch, The Panto.

Christmas celebrations are underway in Whoville but overshadowing the celebrations is the fear of the return of the Grinch. When their fears finally come to pass, it’s up to the Mayor, Colin the Cheermeister and Nora and Annie Good to find help in the most unusual of places.

A magical journey to the North Pole to visit Santa and his Chief Elf, Widget, followed by a skidoo trip to the Snow Queen’s palace to seek the assistance of the Snow Queens imps. This year’s show is a heart-warming tale that proves that the Spirit of Christmas can conquer all, with a little help from Polly Watt. Come and join the Peel Pantoloons for this year’s festive Christmas pantomime.

Tickets are £8, available online or from Celtic Gold in Peel.

Dec
6
Thu
Peel Pantoloons presents – The Grinch The Panto @ Peel Centenary Centre
Dec 6 @ 7:30 pm – 10:00 pm

This year sees the Peel Pantoloons in the town of Whoville for their production of The Grinch, The Panto.

Christmas celebrations are underway in Whoville but overshadowing the celebrations is the fear of the return of the Grinch. When their fears finally come to pass, it’s up to the Mayor, Colin the Cheermeister and Nora and Annie Good to find help in the most unusual of places.

A magical journey to the North Pole to visit Santa and his Chief Elf, Widget, followed by a skidoo trip to the Snow Queen’s palace to seek the assistance of the Snow Queens imps. This year’s show is a heart-warming tale that proves that the Spirit of Christmas can conquer all, with a little help from Polly Watt. Come and join the Peel Pantoloons for this year’s festive Christmas pantomime.

Tickets are £8, available online or from Celtic Gold in Peel.

Dec
7
Fri
Peel Pantoloons presents – The Grinch The Panto @ Peel Centenary Centre
Dec 7 @ 7:30 pm – 10:00 pm

This year sees the Peel Pantoloons in the town of Whoville for their production of The Grinch, The Panto.

Christmas celebrations are underway in Whoville but overshadowing the celebrations is the fear of the return of the Grinch. When their fears finally come to pass, it’s up to the Mayor, Colin the Cheermeister and Nora and Annie Good to find help in the most unusual of places.

A magical journey to the North Pole to visit Santa and his Chief Elf, Widget, followed by a skidoo trip to the Snow Queen’s palace to seek the assistance of the Snow Queens imps. This year’s show is a heart-warming tale that proves that the Spirit of Christmas can conquer all, with a little help from Polly Watt. Come and join the Peel Pantoloons for this year’s festive Christmas pantomime.

Tickets are £8, available online or from Celtic Gold in Peel.

Dec
8
Sat
Peel Pantoloons presents – The Grinch The Panto @ Peel Centenary Centre
Dec 8 @ 2:00 pm – 5:00 pm

This year sees the Peel Pantoloons in the town of Whoville for their production of The Grinch, The Panto.

Christmas celebrations are underway in Whoville but overshadowing the celebrations is the fear of the return of the Grinch. When their fears finally come to pass, it’s up to the Mayor, Colin the Cheermeister and Nora and Annie Good to find help in the most unusual of places.

A magical journey to the North Pole to visit Santa and his Chief Elf, Widget, followed by a skidoo trip to the Snow Queen’s palace to seek the assistance of the Snow Queens imps. This year’s show is a heart-warming tale that proves that the Spirit of Christmas can conquer all, with a little help from Polly Watt. Come and join the Peel Pantoloons for this year’s festive Christmas pantomime.

Tickets are £8, available online or from Celtic Gold in Peel.

Peel Pantoloons presents – The Grinch The Panto @ Peel Centenary Centre
Dec 8 @ 7:00 pm – 10:00 pm

This year sees the Peel Pantoloons in the town of Whoville for their production of The Grinch, The Panto.

Christmas celebrations are underway in Whoville but overshadowing the celebrations is the fear of the return of the Grinch. When their fears finally come to pass, it’s up to the Mayor, Colin the Cheermeister and Nora and Annie Good to find help in the most unusual of places.

A magical journey to the North Pole to visit Santa and his Chief Elf, Widget, followed by a skidoo trip to the Snow Queen’s palace to seek the assistance of the Snow Queens imps. This year’s show is a heart-warming tale that proves that the Spirit of Christmas can conquer all, with a little help from Polly Watt. Come and join the Peel Pantoloons for this year’s festive Christmas pantomime.

Tickets are £8, available online or from Celtic Gold in Peel.

Dec
12
Wed
Paddington 2 (2017) @ Centenary Centre
Dec 12 @ 7:00 pm – 8:45 pm
Paddington 2 (2017) @ Centenary Centre | Peel | Isle of Man

FILM STARTS AT 7:45PM. DOORS AND BAR OPEN 7:00PM.

Runtime: 1hr 43min || Cert: PG
Family, Animation, Adventure, Comedy

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Wonderfully British in all its charm and wit. Easily the best comedy of 2017 (in our opinion). In fact if you go by ‘Rotten Tomatoes’, Paddington 2 is the best reviewed film ever, with the most positive movie critic reviews and not one single bad review.

This is the kind of film that kids (and adults) deserve more of, it’s joyous, charming, clever, funny, bursting with energy and utterly heart-warming. This Christmas get everyone together, bring your favourite bears and join us to celebrate the festive season with the famous furry little fella for more laughs, mayhem and… marmalade.

“This bearish sequel will leave you with a heart so warmed, you could trek across the Antarctic in shorts.” – Helen O’Hara, Time Out

“Paddington 2 is every bit as enchanting as the first, perhaps even more so, but it feels arbitrary to pick a winner. The film is a pure delight, as sweet and sharp as, well, marmalade, really.” – Olly Richards, Empire

“It’s beyond playful. Wonderful and whimsical, for that matter. Fun to look at and completely immersive. It’s hilarious, heartfelt, and humane, as well.” – Blake Goble, Consequence of Sound

“Paddington’s ability to positively impact people is so profound that it can’t help but stretch out towards the audience, too. We may know that being kind and polite doesn’t always set the world right, but damn if that little bear doesn’t make you want to try.” – Kate Erbland, IndieWire

Directed by: Paul King
Produced by: David Heyman
Written by: Paul King, Simon Farnaby
Starring: Hugh Bonneville, Sally Hawkins, Brendan Gleeson, Julie Walters, Jim Broadbent, Peter Capaldi, Hugh Grant, Ben Whishaw
Music by: Dario Marianelli
Cinematography: Erik Wilson
Edited by: Jonathan Amos, Mark Everson
Country: UK, France
Language: English

Tickets available online (http://bit.ly/fip-booknow), or from Celtic Gold (Peel), Shakti Man (Ramsey) and Thompson Travel (Port Erin) or on the door (unless sold out).

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Jan
26
Sat
Walk Like A Man @ Centenary Centre
Jan 26 @ 8:00 pm – 10:15 pm

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