Erin Arts Centre

Type:Entertainment Venue

Erin Arts Centre, Port Erin


The Erin Arts Centre is an internationally recognised arts centre in the lovely seaside resort of Port Erin.

As a registered charity, the Erin Arts Centre is a non-profit making arts centre dedicated to presenting performing, vocal and visual art for the benefit of the Island community.  Known for its groundbreaking music and opera programmes and its international competitions, the EAC is acknowledged to be one of the leading arts centres in the British Isles. 

The fine acoustic of the Centre's Isle of Man Bank Auditorium is suitable for nearly all forms of music. Its versatility in terms of space enables it to accommodate anything from instrumental recitals to small orchestral ensembles, choral concerts, opera and film.

The Centre also has its own dedicated gallery space. The Sir James Mellon Gallery was opened in 1994 and its fine combination of natural and artificial light makes the Gallery ideal for arts and crafts projects and exhibitions.



  • Disabled Accessibility - There is ramped access up to the entrance to the Erin Arts Centre and ramps inside. There is a disabled toilet. The front row of seating is usually kept for any persons who have difficulty with steps. Please mention any disabilities when booking your tickets.
Victoria Square, Port Erin, Isle of Man, IM9 6LD
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Call direct on:

Tel+44 1624 835858

Tel+44 1624 832662


  • AccoladesUNESCO Biosphere Partner UNESCO Biosphere Partner 2018

Opening Times

* Box Office and Gallery exhibitions are open Tuesday to Friday 10:30am to 4:30pm and during events.

Under 18's £2 for all events excluding events with meals

Mon - Fri 10.30am - 4.30pm & 30 mins before events

Map & Directions

Road Directions

The Erin Arts Centre can be found in Victoria Square which is off the upper promenade of Port Erin.

Public Transport Directions

The Isle of Man Steam Railway terminates in Port Erin as well as local bus services.

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