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

May
8
Sat
AcousticMann (New date) @ Centenary Centre
May 8 @ 7:30 pm – 10:15 pm

Please note – this event is now rescheduled for 8th May. All tickets purchased for the original date will remain valid for the new date.

Come and see five of the Isle of Man’s well known acoustic guitarists and singers in concert.

Babs Killey (Folk/country/comedy songs)

John Gregory (Blues/American folk/fingerstyle)
 Adrian Cowin (Music by singer songwriters)
 Chris Killey (Folk/pop/60s/early country)

 Peter Corkhill (Easy listening pop/folk)

Tickets are £10 and are available from from Celtic Gold, Peel, Shakti Man, Ramsey,
Thompson Travel, Port Erin, GH Corlett Jewellers, Douglas and online at www.etickets.im/bjm
Jun
4
Fri
Sinders – Adults Only Panto (Strictly 18+) @ Peel Centenary Centre
Jun 4 @ 7:30 pm – 10:00 pm
Sinderella lives with her two horrible stepsisters who force her to do unspeakable things for them. With her best friend Buttons by her side, she dreams of a happily ever after.

 
Prince Charming, desperate to meet the girl of his dreams, holds a ball inviting every maiden in the land. With a little touch of magical intervention from the Head Fairy, all of Sinderella’s dreams could come true. Will Sinderella go to the Princes’ ball?
 
Or will she lose more than her slipper at midnight?

Find out in this ‘rags to riches’ tale with naughty twists strictly for grown-ups!

TICKETS NOW ON SALE!
Jun
5
Sat
Sinders – Adults Only Panto (Strictly 18+) @ Peel Centenary Centre
Jun 5 @ 7:30 pm – 10:00 pm

Sinderella lives with her two horrible stepsisters who force her to do unspeakable things for them. With her best friend Buttons by her side, she dreams of a happily ever after.

 
Prince Charming, desperate to meet the girl of his dreams, holds a ball inviting every maiden in the land. With a little touch of magical intervention from the Head Fairy, all of Sinderella’s dreams could come true. Will Sinderella go to the Princes’ ball?
 
Or will she lose more than her slipper at midnight?

Find out in this ‘rags to riches’ tale with naughty twists strictly for grown-ups!

TICKETS NOW ON SALE!
Jul
22
Thu
Yn Chruinnaght Celtic Gathering 2021 @ Peel Centenary Centre
Jul 22 @ 5:00 pm – 6:00 pm

Atholl Room, Centenary Centre, 5 – 6pm

THE ANNUAL IAN O’LEARY LECTURE

“70 Years of the Manx Folk Dance Society” with Joan Cowell

Part of Yn Chruinnaght Celtic Gathering

www.celticgathering.im

With thanks to Culture Vannin

Yn Chruinnaght Celtic Gathering 2021 @ Peel Centenary Centre
Jul 22 @ 7:30 pm – 10:15 pm

Centenary Centre, Peel, 7.30pm

‘KIAULL NOA’ – CONCERT

Gypsy Gaelic jazz from CLASH VOOAR

with the premiere performance of new Celtic band, TREE NY KIARE

£12.50/£5 U16 (or part of £45 Festival pass)

Part of Yn Chruinnaght Celtic Gathering

www.celticgathering.im
With thanks to Culture Vannin

Jul
23
Fri
Yn Chruinnaght Celtic Gathering 2021 @ Peel Centenary Centre
Jul 23 @ 5:00 pm – 6:00 pm

Friday 23 July Atholl Room

Centenary Centre, 5pm

MANX LANGUAGE SEMINAR

FREE

Part of Yn Chruinnaght Celtic Gathering
www.celticgathering.im

Yn Chruinnaght Celtic Gathering 2021 @ Peel Centenary Centre
Jul 23 @ 7:30 pm – 10:15 pm

Friday 23 July
Centenary Centre, Peel, 7.30pm

CHRISTINE COLLISTER IN CONCERT

An unmissable evening with Manx folk songstress Christine Collister and her band.

£15/£5 U16 (or part of £45 Festival pass)

Part of Yn Chruinnaght Celtic Gathering

www.celticgathering.im
With thanks to Culture Vannin

Jul
25
Sun
Yn Chruinnaght Celtic Gathering 2021 @ Peel Centenary Centre
Jul 25 @ 7:30 pm – 10:15 pm

Sunday 25 July

MANANNAN’S WINTERFEST presents OIE HOUREE

Centenary Centre, Peel, 7.30pm

An exciting collaboration with the Manannan’s Winterfest house band. A summer
evening concert featuring David Kilgallon, Malcolm Stitt, Jamie Smith and Gareth
Moore, plus a plethora of special musical guests!

£12.50/£5 U16 (or part of £45 Festival pass)

This event is supported by Thornton Associates Ltd, Chartered Financial Planners
www.celticgathering.im

Oct
9
Sat
Martin Simpson & Martin Taylor (Postponed to October 2021) @ Peel Centenry Centre
Oct 9 @ 8:00 pm – 10:15 pm

Regrettably, we have had to postpone again to October 2021. All tickets are still valid for the new date once it has been confirmed.

Award winning Jazz guitarist MARTIN TAYLOR teams up with acoustic and slide guitar virtuoso MARTIN SIMPSON. The pair shares the stage throughout the performance – adding to each other’s songs and instrumental pieces, taking them to sublime new heights. Martin Taylor was name-checked on BBC Radio 2’s Breakfast Show as being considered THE best guitarist by no less than Jeff Beck – leading to a live session on the show the next morning. Completely self taught, he has enjoyed a remarkable musical career spanning across four decades and during that time has invented and developed a way of playing the guitar that is admired, and often imitated, by guitarists all over the world. As well as being a true guitar innovator, he is also a master concert performer, dazzling audiences with his solo shows, which combine virtuosity, emotion and humour, with a strong stage presence. He spends much of the year travelling the world, playing in concert halls in Europe, North America, Japan, Asia, and Australasia.

As well as his solo concerts and recordings, he has also collaborated with musiciansfrom many different musical genre including, Stephane Grappelli, Chet Atkins, EricClapton, Bill Wyman, George Harrison, Dionne Warwick, Bryn Terfel and Jamie
Cullum. In 2002,he was appointed MBE “For Services To Jazz Music”, in The Queen’sBirthday Honours List, which he received personally from Her Majesty The Queen at aninvestiture at Buckingham Palace.

There is no doubt that after 35 years as a professional musician Martin Simpson is, right now, better than ever. Widely acknowledged as one of the finest acoustic and slide guitar players in the world, his interpretations of traditional songs are masterpieces of storytelling. His solo shows are intense, eclectic, spellbinding and deeply moving. Martin has been nominated an astounding 23 times in the eleven years of the BBC Radio 2 Folk Awards – more than any other performer – with 9 consecutive years as nominee for Musician of The Year, which he has won twice.

2008 saw an incredible 5 nominations for "Prodigal Son’ and 2 wins, whilst in 2010 he had an unprecedented 6 nominations for his CD, "True Stories" and a win for Best Traditional Track, "Sir Patrick Spens". Whether playing American old-time music, blues, a Dylan song or his own material, Martin Simpson is unpredictable, individual and a guitarist of immense subtlety.

 


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