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Venues

Centenary Centre, Peel

The Centenary Centre is the Island’s only Arts and Community Centre run entirely by volunteers.  It’s an excellent local venue for Theatrical Productions, Corporate Presentations, Lectures, Exhibitions, Discussion Groups and Workshops.

http://www.centenarycentre.com

Erin Arts Centre, Port Erin

Community based, the Erin Arts Centre is the only organisation of its kind on the Isle of Man. The Centre serves an Island population of over 80,000 people and provides an essential and unique key to access to, and participation in, arts-based activities. Since the Centre’s foundation in 1971, it has fulfilled a unique and important role as a venue for music and theatre.

Erin Arts Centre, Victoria Square, Port Erin, Isle of Man

http://www.erinartscentre.com/

Freemasons' Hall, Douglas

Freemasons’ Hall in Douglas is an excellent venue for events with the main hall with bar and dance floor will accommodate up to 200 guests.

Freemasons’ Hall, Woodbourne Road, Douglas, Isle of Man
http://www.freemasonshalldouglas.com/

Gaiety Theatre, Douglas

The Isle of Man’s entertainment history reached a milestone in 2004 with the opening of the newly refurbished Villa Marina and Gardens. Featuring an arena, a breathtaking theatre, intimate concert halls, cinema and a children’s play area, it is the entertainment experience.

Gaiety Theatre, Villa Marina, Harris Promenade, Douglas, Isle of Man

http://cfvg.gov.im/

Paramount City, Douglas

Part of the Sefton Group.

Paramount City, Queens Promenade, , Douglas, Isle of Man, IM2 4NN

http://www.paramountcity.co.im/

Peter Norris Music, Douglas

The Isle of Man’s leading music retailer since 1989.

Opening Hours
Mon 10am-5.30pm
Tue 10am-5.30pm
Wed 10am-5.30pm
Thu 10am-7pm
Fri 10am-5.30pm
Sat 10am-5.30pm

54 Bucks Road, Douglas, IM1 3AD

http://www.peternorrismusic.co.im/

Port St Mary Town Hall, Phurt Le Moirrey

Port St Mary is unique in that the village has a Town Hall. Opened in 1898 by the Port St Mary Town Hall Company Limited, it was purchased by Port St Mary Commissioners in 1938. The Town Hall or Balley Haljey is not only the home of the Commissioners Offices, but also the Happy Valley Play School which has been looking after children of the Port for more than 50 years.

Port St Mary Town Hall, Port St Mary, Isle of Man

http://www.portstmary.gov.im/community/townhall/

Promenade Suite, Villa Marina, Douglas

The Isle of Man’s entertainment history reached a milestone in 2004 with the opening of the newly refurbished Villa Marina and Gardens. Featuring an arena, a breathtaking theatre, intimate concert halls, cinema and a children’s play area, it is the entertainment experience.

The Promenade Suite, Villa Marina, Harris Promenade, Douglas, Isle of Man

http://cfvg.gov.im/

Royal Hall, Villa Marina, Douglas

The Isle of Man’s entertainment history reached a milestone in 2004 with the opening of the newly refurbished Villa Marina and Gardens. Featuring an arena, a breathtaking theatre, intimate concert halls, cinema and a children’s play area, it is the entertainment experience.
Situated at the heart of Douglas Promenade, the Villa Marina and Gaiety Theatre is easily accessible.
http://cfvg.gov.im/

South Douglas Old Friends' Association, Douglas

South Douglas Old Friends’ Association, corner of Finch Road and Prospect Hill, Douglas, Isle of Man

Studio Theatre, Ballakermeen High School, Douglas

The Lecture Theatre is a professional presentation facility containing an integrated audio and multimedia projection system as well as a web conferencing facility.

Studio Theatre, Ballakermeen High School, Douglas, Isle of Man

http://www.studio.ballakermeen.com

The Institute, Laxey

The Working Mens’ Institute building consists of 2 floors – the Main Hall has a stage, full PA and lighting systems. It can be used for anything from meetings, lectures, music & drama events to parties, functions, exercise & dance classes. The lower floor along with the toilets and kitchen is divided into 2 rooms a small meeting room linked via double doors to a larger room suitable for parties, exercise and dance classes.

The Institute, New Road, Laxey, Isle of Man

http://theinstitute.im/

The Pavilion, Laxey

The Pavillion in the Laxey Glen Gardens is the perfect destination for your next night out, whether an intimate dinner for two or a large group celebration.

The cafe bar is open during the day with a wide range of hot and cold food. The Aubergine Restaurant is open from 5pm which offers a special evening menu highlighting local produce.

The Pavilion, Laxey Glen Gardens, Laxey, Isle of Man

https://www.facebook.com/pages/The-Pavillion-Laxey-Glen-Gardens/205184652888161

Trustrums Suite, Falcon's Nest Hotel, Port Erin

The hotel is a “free house” and has two bars. The residents’ lounge bar, also open to the public, is in the true tradition of the public house where guests can enjoy the magnificent views across the bay and relax in front of an open fire.

The Falcon’s Nest Hotel, The Promenade, Port Erin, Isle of Man

http://www.falconsnesthotel.co.uk/

Villa Marina Arcade, Douglas

The Isle of Man’s entertainment history reached a milestone in 2004 with the opening of the newly refurbished Villa Marina and Gardens. Featuring an arena, a breathtaking theatre, intimate concert halls, cinema and a children’s play area, it is the entertainment experience.

Villa Marina Arcade, Harris Promenade, Douglas, Isle of Man

http://cfvg.gov.im/

Youth Arts Centre, Kensington Road, Douglas

The Youth Arts Centre in Kensington Road, Douglas (formerly Douglas Youth Club) aims to be creative and original in everything it does, it’s Crootagh – a creative space. On a weekly basis its home to performing arts groups such as Musical Theatre dance classes, Hip Hop, Bhangra, Contemporary, Disco and jazz, Glee club, Manx National Youth Theatre, Shakespeare, Soundcheck, Visual Arts and Sound & Lighting.

Kensington Road Youth Arts Centre, Kensington Road, Douglas

https://www.facebook.com/pages/Kensington-Road-Youth-Arts-Centre/162416150495527