Arts and Culture
Whether you want to watch a play, catch a live musician in session or relax watching a film, the Isle of Man can cater for all of your cultural and entertainment requirements.
The Isle of Man has an incredibly talented pool of local performers and amateur dramatic groups who regularly tread the boards at the prestigious Gaiety Theatre.
This stunning Frank Matcham venue boasts a year round programme of entertainment – including musicals, plays, pantomimes and even the circus!
You’ll also have a chance to tour the theatre and find out what goes on behind the scenes.
If you’re a music lover head to the Erin Arts Centre, in the south of the Island, or Peel Centenary Centre in the west where you will find a diverse array of musical events including local and visiting singers and musicians, music recitals and play festivals.
The Villa Marina in Douglas also welcomes a number of high profile bands, singers, comedians and entertainers to its impressive Royal Hall. The Edwardian style auditorium provides a perfect place to see your favourite act.
And for those who want to do something entertaining but with a twist, why not try a ghost walk? You’ll be sure to see a different side to some of the Island’s most famous heritage attractions. But be warned - you’re in for a fright!