What’s On

Unless otherwise noted tickets are usually available from

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

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

Jul
15
Fri
Atholl Room Concerts (Free entry)
Jul 15 @ 8:00 pm – 10:00 pm
Jul
23
Sat
An Evening With China Crisis In Peel, Isle of Man @ Centenary Centre
Jul 23 @ 7:45 pm – 10:30 pm

Liverpool favourites China Crisis are coming to Peel, Isle of Man to perform at the Peel Centenary Centre.
Don’t miss your chance to see them live at this local intimate venue.

Formed in Liverpool in 1979 by Gary Daly and Eddie Lundon, the two started working together after leaving school. Now,with a string of top 40 singles and albums to call upon as well as new music, this will be a special night that will be loved by fans new and old.

Original members, Eddie Lundon and Gary Daly will be playing all the familiar songs including Black Man Ray and Wishful Thinking. Accompanying Eddie (guitar, vocals) and Gary (lead vocals) are Jack Hymers (electric keys) and Eric Animan (saxophone).

It will be a night of acoustic and electronic hits not to be missed!

So Be sure to book early to avoid disappointment as tickets are strictly limited due to reduced capacity at the venue.

This is an all seated event and are unreserved as a first come best seats policy.

Doors Open 7.00pm

Event Start 7.45pm

Jul
25
Mon
Yn Chruinnaght – Celtic Gathering @ Centenary Centre
Jul 25 @ 7:30 pm – 10:00 pm

25 – 31st July 2022
Yn Chruinnaght Celtic Gathering has been celebrating Manx, Irish, Cornish, Welsh, Scottish and Breton culture for over 40 years. Based in Peel, a fishing town on the beautiful west coast of the Isle of Man, the festival presents six days of music and dance concerts, family friendly ceilis, talks & workshops, Celtic language & literature, delicious food ‘n’ folk sessions, an artisan craft fair and lots of free community events.

The 2022 line-up includes an exclusive reunion gig with Scottish band Deaf Shepherd, Irish fiddle maestro Frankie Gavin accompanied by Catherine McHugh, and one of the hottest bands on the Celtic scene today, Mec Lir. There’ll be Manx music and dance galore, with the Mega Manx Ceili and the premiere of a new musical work by young Manx fiddle player Isla Callister. Festival-goers will also enjoy sea shanties from Bryher’s Boys from Cornwall, and colourful dance displays from Welsh team Dawnswyr Gwerin Pen-y-Fai.

IFGL, the Isle of Man Steam Packet and Thornton Chartered Financial Planners join Culture Vannin, the IOM Arts Council, Culture Ireland, Digital Group and Visit Isle of Man in supporting Yn Chruinnaght Celtic Gathering.

The Isle of Man is a short journey from Dublin, Belfast and most UK airports, with ferry links from Heysham, Liverpool and Dublin. Yn Chruinnaght means ‘the Gathering’ in Manx Gaelic, and you’ll be sure to get a warm welcome at this year’s Celtic Gathering!

Festival Pass: LINK
Individual tickets coming soon…

Jul
26
Tue
Yn Chruinnaght – Celtic Gathering @ Centenary Centre
Jul 26 @ 7:30 pm – 10:00 pm

25 – 31st July 2022
Yn Chruinnaght Celtic Gathering has been celebrating Manx, Irish, Cornish, Welsh, Scottish and Breton culture for over 40 years. Based in Peel, a fishing town on the beautiful west coast of the Isle of Man, the festival presents six days of music and dance concerts, family friendly ceilis, talks & workshops, Celtic language & literature, delicious food ‘n’ folk sessions, an artisan craft fair and lots of free community events.The 2022 line-up includes an exclusive reunion gig with Scottish band Deaf Shepherd, Irish fiddle maestro Frankie Gavin accompanied by Catherine McHugh, and one of the hottest bands on the Celtic scene today, Mec Lir. There’ll be Manx music and dance galore, with the Mega Manx Ceili and the premiere of a new musical work by young Manx fiddle player Isla Callister. Festival-goers will also enjoy sea shanties from Bryher’s Boys from Cornwall, and colourful dance displays from Welsh team Dawnswyr Gwerin Pen-y-Fai.

IFGL, the Isle of Man Steam Packet and Thornton Chartered Financial Planners join Culture Vannin, the IOM Arts Council, Culture Ireland, Digital Group and Visit Isle of Man in supporting Yn Chruinnaght Celtic Gathering.

The Isle of Man is a short journey from Dublin, Belfast and most UK airports, with ferry links from Heysham, Liverpool and Dublin. Yn Chruinnaght means ‘the Gathering’ in Manx Gaelic, and you’ll be sure to get a warm welcome at this year’s Celtic Gathering!

Festival Pass: LINK
Individual tickets coming soon…

Jul
27
Wed
Yn Chruinnaght – Celtic Gathering @ Centenary Centre
Jul 27 @ 7:30 pm – 10:00 pm

25 – 31st July 2022
Yn Chruinnaght Celtic Gathering has been celebrating Manx, Irish, Cornish, Welsh, Scottish and Breton culture for over 40 years. Based in Peel, a fishing town on the beautiful west coast of the Isle of Man, the festival presents six days of music and dance concerts, family friendly ceilis, talks & workshops, Celtic language & literature, delicious food ‘n’ folk sessions, an artisan craft fair and lots of free community events.The 2022 line-up includes an exclusive reunion gig with Scottish band Deaf Shepherd, Irish fiddle maestro Frankie Gavin accompanied by Catherine McHugh, and one of the hottest bands on the Celtic scene today, Mec Lir. There’ll be Manx music and dance galore, with the Mega Manx Ceili and the premiere of a new musical work by young Manx fiddle player Isla Callister. Festival-goers will also enjoy sea shanties from Bryher’s Boys from Cornwall, and colourful dance displays from Welsh team Dawnswyr Gwerin Pen-y-Fai.IFGL, the Isle of Man Steam Packet and Thornton Chartered Financial Planners join Culture Vannin, the IOM Arts Council, Culture Ireland, Digital Group and Visit Isle of Man in supporting Yn Chruinnaght Celtic Gathering.

The Isle of Man is a short journey from Dublin, Belfast and most UK airports, with ferry links from Heysham, Liverpool and Dublin. Yn Chruinnaght means ‘the Gathering’ in Manx Gaelic, and you’ll be sure to get a warm welcome at this year’s Celtic Gathering!

Festival Pass: LINK
Individual tickets coming soon…

Jul
28
Thu
Yn Chruinnaght – Celtic Gathering @ Centenary Centre
Jul 28 @ 7:30 pm – 10:00 pm

25 – 31st July 2022
Yn Chruinnaght Celtic Gathering has been celebrating Manx, Irish, Cornish, Welsh, Scottish and Breton culture for over 40 years. Based in Peel, a fishing town on the beautiful west coast of the Isle of Man, the festival presents six days of music and dance concerts, family friendly ceilis, talks & workshops, Celtic language & literature, delicious food ‘n’ folk sessions, an artisan craft fair and lots of free community events.The 2022 line-up includes an exclusive reunion gig with Scottish band Deaf Shepherd, Irish fiddle maestro Frankie Gavin accompanied by Catherine McHugh, and one of the hottest bands on the Celtic scene today, Mec Lir. There’ll be Manx music and dance galore, with the Mega Manx Ceili and the premiere of a new musical work by young Manx fiddle player Isla Callister. Festival-goers will also enjoy sea shanties from Bryher’s Boys from Cornwall, and colourful dance displays from Welsh team Dawnswyr Gwerin Pen-y-Fai.IFGL, the Isle of Man Steam Packet and Thornton Chartered Financial Planners join Culture Vannin, the IOM Arts Council, Culture Ireland, Digital Group and Visit Isle of Man in supporting Yn Chruinnaght Celtic Gathering.The Isle of Man is a short journey from Dublin, Belfast and most UK airports, with ferry links from Heysham, Liverpool and Dublin. Yn Chruinnaght means ‘the Gathering’ in Manx Gaelic, and you’ll be sure to get a warm welcome at this year’s Celtic Gathering!

Festival Pass: LINK
Individual tickets coming soon…

Jul
30
Sat
Yn Chruinnaght – Celtic Gathering @ Centenary Centre
Jul 30 @ 7:30 pm – 10:00 pm

25 – 31st July 2022
Yn Chruinnaght Celtic Gathering has been celebrating Manx, Irish, Cornish, Welsh, Scottish and Breton culture for over 40 years. Based in Peel, a fishing town on the beautiful west coast of the Isle of Man, the festival presents six days of music and dance concerts, family friendly ceilis, talks & workshops, Celtic language & literature, delicious food ‘n’ folk sessions, an artisan craft fair and lots of free community events.The 2022 line-up includes an exclusive reunion gig with Scottish band Deaf Shepherd, Irish fiddle maestro Frankie Gavin accompanied by Catherine McHugh, and one of the hottest bands on the Celtic scene today, Mec Lir. There’ll be Manx music and dance galore, with the Mega Manx Ceili and the premiere of a new musical work by young Manx fiddle player Isla Callister. Festival-goers will also enjoy sea shanties from Bryher’s Boys from Cornwall, and colourful dance displays from Welsh team Dawnswyr Gwerin Pen-y-Fai.IFGL, the Isle of Man Steam Packet and Thornton Chartered Financial Planners join Culture Vannin, the IOM Arts Council, Culture Ireland, Digital Group and Visit Isle of Man in supporting Yn Chruinnaght Celtic Gathering.The Isle of Man is a short journey from Dublin, Belfast and most UK airports, with ferry links from Heysham, Liverpool and Dublin. Yn Chruinnaght means ‘the Gathering’ in Manx Gaelic, and you’ll be sure to get a warm welcome at this year’s Celtic Gathering!Festival Pass: LINK
Individual tickets coming soon…

Aug
6
Sat
Robinson-Stone
Aug 6 @ 8:00 pm – 10:15 pm
Aug
20
Sat
Dan Hadfield as GARY BARLOW @ Peel Centenary Centre
Aug 20 @ 8:00 pm – 10:15 pm

Dan Hadfield is, without doubt, the go-to Gary Barlow tribute artiste in the entertainment industry. He has sung with Gary, appeared as his lookalike on several TV shows, including the Xtra Factor and Miranda, and has had great acclaim both from Gary himself as well as other significant figures in the industry.

For Gary Barlow and Take That fans alike, Dan is the ultimate tribute, has been praised many times by Gary for his work, and should not be missed!!

Dan Hadfield makes a welcome return following his debut sell-out shows in Peel in 2018 and 2019.

https://www.garybarlowlookalike.com

Sep
3
Sat
Mez and the Fezzes @ Peel Centenary Centre
Sep 3 @ 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.

Sep
9
Fri
Atholl Room Concert Series (Free admission)
Sep 9 @ 8:00 pm – 10:00 pm
Sep
17
Sat
Boomin @ Centenary Centre
Sep 17 @ 8:00 pm – 10:15 pm

Strap yourself in – the lads from Wigan are on their way!

This incredible live party band have personality, energy and sass by the metric ton; their presence brings instant vibrancy to a room, even before they’ve played a note.

With Boomin Band you don’t just get one charismatic front man, you get three! Each band member sings lead vocals as well as harmonising and playing live. By the way, EVERYTHING is live here, there is nothing on track. Each band member has the audience eating from the palm of their hand!

And Boomin’s charm does not stop there. We’ve rarely seen a band as interactive as these guys! All 3 are uber-talented musicians with performing skills and surprises every step of the way.

Boomin’s talent explodes from the stage, and so do they on occasion. We have known them to use the whole venue as part of their act. There aren’t any barriers to this group making sure you have an amazing time! They bring an element of anarchic fun to every event gig.

Their incomparable style and skill for moving smoothly from one song to another is legendary. They segue seamlessly from indie to pop then rock to punk, you will never know what’s coming next! You might be dancing to Arctic Monkeys one minute and Abba the next! These guys will keep you and your guests on your toes. Trust us when we tell you, it’s delightful to be entertained by them.

They could be considered a little bit wild, they’re definitely very spontaneous!

https://www.boominband.co.uk/

 

Oct
1
Sat
Gilmore & Roberts @ Centenary Centre
Oct 1 @ 8:00 pm – 10:00 pm
Oct
8
Sat
Howlin Mat & Blues John – Blues Night Double Bill! @ Centenary Centre
Oct 8 @ 7:30 pm – 10:00 pm

The Atholl Room at the Centenary Centre will play host to two blues musicians – Howlin’ Mat and John Gregory aka Blue John – as part of their three-date tour of the Isle of Man.
Howlin’ Mat is one of the hardest working solo acts around both in the UK and Europe – and he’s even played in the Arctic Circle four times!
Mat is a nationally acclaimed slide guitarist and cites Elmore James and Mississippi Fred McDowell amongst his major influences. No Howlin’ Mat show would be complete without his trademark cigar box guitar for which he has had compliments from the likes of John Paul Jones (Led Zeppelin) and Mud Morganfield (son of Muddy Waters).
Mat is also a skilled story-teller. He intertwines tales of life on the road with his music to create an intimate and unique experience for each audience. This is no fancy fair with the rough edges all polished and made squeaky clean but the real raw roots blues deal.
 
Meanwhile at this concert John Gregory will be celebrating 25 years of playing the guitar and 10 years of teaching it. The past few years have been particularly eventful –  he has toured the British Isles with top US blues musicians Ari Eisinger, the Erin Harpe Country Blues Duo and Toby Walker, performed many gigs with Mississippi John Hurt biographer Dr Phil, played his musical hero Big Bill Broonzy’s guitar in Chicago, performed at the world-famous Bitter End club in New York, appeared at venues in Texas, and opened for many world-renowned blues, jazz and roots musicians such as Martin Taylor, Duck Baker, The Fabulous Thunderbirds, Nine Below Zero, Joe Filisko and Eric Noden, Michael Messer, John Miller and Grant Dermody and more.
Oct
15
Sat
Dickie Kelly & Friends
Oct 15 @ 7:30 pm – 10:15 pm
Oct
21
Fri
Theatre Supper – Bed Among The Lentils @ Centenary Centre
Oct 21 @ 7:30 pm – 10:15 pm
Nov
12
Sat
Christine Collister & Friends @ Centenary Centre
Nov 12 @ 8:00 pm – 10:00 pm
Feb
25
Sat
Damian Wilson and Adam Wakeman
Feb 25 @ 8:00 pm – 10:15 pm
Mar
2
Thu
A Bunch of Amateurs – new date @ Centenary Centre
Mar 2 @ 7:30 pm – 10:00 pm

In their 90th year The Legion Players is delighted to present ‘A Bunch of Amateurs’ – a play by Ian Hislop (Spitting Image fame) and Nick Newman.

Fading American Hollywood action hero Jefferson Steele arrives in England, desperate to boost his flagging career. His plan – to play the iconic King Lear at Stratford. He should have checked the map. This Stratford is not the birthplace of The Bard, but a sleepy village in Suffolk. And instead of Kenneth Branagh and Dame Judi Dench, the cast are a bunch of amateurs trying to save their theatre from developers. When monstrous ego, vanity and insecurity collide with enthusiastic am-dram thespians, it is pure drama….

This amateur production of “A Bunch of Amateurs” is presented by arrangement with

Concord Theatricals Ltd. on behalf of Samuel French Ltd. www.concordtheatricals.co.uk

Suitable for 15 years old and over

Mar
3
Fri
A Bunch of Amateurs – new date @ Centenary Centre
Mar 3 @ 7:30 pm – 10:00 pm

In their 90th year The Legion Players is delighted to present ‘A Bunch of Amateurs’ – a play by Ian Hislop (Spitting Image fame) and Nick Newman.

Fading American Hollywood action hero Jefferson Steele arrives in England, desperate to boost his flagging career. His plan – to play the iconic King Lear at Stratford. He should have checked the map. This Stratford is not the birthplace of The Bard, but a sleepy village in Suffolk. And instead of Kenneth Branagh and Dame Judi Dench, the cast are a bunch of amateurs trying to save their theatre from developers. When monstrous ego, vanity and insecurity collide with enthusiastic am-dram thespians, it is pure drama….

This amateur production of “A Bunch of Amateurs” is presented by arrangement with

Concord Theatricals Ltd. on behalf of Samuel French Ltd. www.concordtheatricals.co.uk

Suitable for 15 years old and over


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