Erin Arts Centre Events


Stephen Free Art Exhibition

Monday 13th July - Friday 11th September 2020

The brilliant Stephen Free currently has an exhibition at the Arts Centre, his fun style is unique and a must-see!

Open Monday - Friday 10am - 4:30pm and when events are on

Entry is free

Book Circle

Wednesday September 2nd

The EAC Book Circle meet on the first Wednesday of each month to discuss a particular book.   The book for September is The Fortnight in September by R.C.Sherriff.

Written two years after Journey’s End, it shares its emphasis on real people leading real lives. But the atmosphere could not be more different, embodying as it does the kind of mundane normality the men in the dug-out longed for – domestic life at 22 Corunna Road in Dulwich, the train journey via Clapham Junction to the south coast, the two weeks living in lodgings and going to the beach every day.  This was what the First World War soldiers longed for; this, he imagined, was what he was fighting for and would return to (as in fact Sherriff did).

Entry is free and new members will be most welcome.

Starts 1:30pm

Young Singer of Mann

Sunday 6th September

The bi-annual Young Singer of Mann competition was due to be held in April but was postponed because of lockdown.  The Competition is open to singers between the ages of 8 and 15.  20 competitors will perform accompanied by Madeline Kelly.

Starts: 2pm

Tickets: £6, under 18s £2

The Southern Manx Marine Nature Reserves

Manx Wildlife Week

Sunday 6th September

The island now has ten marine nature reserves around its coast, and the south has several of these. Join Dr Peter Duncan (Senior Marine Environment Officer at DEFA) and Dr Lara Howe (Marine Officer at the Manx Wildlife Trust) to find out some of the ongoing work in these diverse southern MNRs which are helping to protect a wide and spectacular variety of species and habitats complimented by some great photography.

Tea and coffee will be provided.

Enquiries to or phone: 685884

6:30pm to 8pm

Entry free

The Barber of Seville

Madrid Teatro Real

Saturday 12th September

This sparkling production of Rossini's comedy on screen is led by two great opera stars - María Bayo as the young ward Rosina and Juan Diego Flórez as her handsome suitor, Count Almaviva. The wily Figaro, the Barber, is Pietro Spagnoli.This beautiful recording captures brilliantly this production as it progresses from an elegant silver and white to a kaleidoscope of colour for the boisterous finale.

Starts: 7pm

Tickets £10, under 18s £2 including refreshments

Official Secrets

Community Film Series

Wednesday 16th September

​"Official Secrets" (2019), directed by Gavin Hood, tells the true story of GCHQ whistleblower Katharine Gun (Keira Knightly). GCHQ employees are asked to participate in an illegal operation by the NSA. They want to sway the UN Security Council vote in favour of the 2003 invasion of Iraq. Katharine leaks this information and is arrested for breaching the Official Secrets Act. 

Certificate 15 - contains very strong language.

2pm and 7:30pm

Tickets: £6, under 18s £2

Rushen Silver Band

Concert in aid of Manx Cancer Help

Saturday 19th September

Rushen Silver Band is a community brass band based in the south of the Island.  They are back at the Erin Arts Centre with a concert in aid of Manx Cancer Help.

Starts: 7:30pm

Tickets: £10, under 18s £2

A Night at the Louvre: Leonardo Da Vinci

Art on Screen

Sunday 20th September

To commemorate the 500-year anniversary of the death of Leonardo da Vinci in France, the Musée du Louvre held a major retrospective of the painter’s career from October 2019 to February 2020.To prolong the experience, The Louvre Museum and Pathé Live have partnered to release an exclusive filmed private tour of the landmark exhibition “A Night at the Louvre: Leonardo da Vinci”. 

In French with English subtitles.

Starts: 3pm

Tickets: £10, under 18s £2 including refreshments

Akram Khan's Giselle

English National Ballet on screen

Saturday 26th September

In this acclaimed version by Akram Khan, the greatest Romantic ballet and its story of love, betrayal and redemption are reimagined.

As the curtain rises, dancers in shadow push against a large wall. From that moment on, Akram Khan’s Giselle stuns with powerful images and mesmerising choreography.

The “ominous, gothic” score (The Observer) by Vincenzo Lamagna is adapted from Adolphe Adam’s original, and performed by English National Ballet Philharmonic.

Sets and costumes by Academy Award-winning designer Tim Yip and atmospheric lighting design by Mark Henderson conjure up a condemned factory and the vengeful ghosts that appear in its shadows.

Since its premiere in 2016, Akram Khan’s Giselle has resonated with audiences around the world, from Manchester to Moscow.

Stars Tamaro Rojo, James Streeter, Jeffrey Cirio and Stina Quagebeur

Starts: 7pm

£10, under 18s £2

Island Utopias

Culture Vannin & Unesco Biosphere

Friday 25th September

An evening of Art, Music and Film.

Interviews conducted across the Island about lockdown, our thoughts about the future and our re-imagined, ideal Isle of Man have been interpreted by Manx artists to create a multi-media collaborative vision of our Island Utopia.

Starts: 7pm

Tickets: £5, under 18s £2

Events in October

Events in October include Othello from the Globe Theatre, the films Judy and Frozen 2 and Matthew Bourne's Sleeping Beauty.

Click on the calendar for more information.


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