The Market Place Theatre
Dubbed 'the home of entertainment' Armagh's Market Place Theatre is a modern space which puts on the best in local arts and entertainment, located in the heart of the city. Putting on drama, comedy, ballet, panto and workshops, it's one of the top local venues for arts and culture.
Footlights is the theatre's own bar & bistro, which offers live entertainment on Saturday nights.
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Lurgan's cross-community theatre group presents a celebration of the timeless music of the Swedish foursome featuring dance floor classics like Dancing Queen, Voulez Vous and Mamma Mia.
The April Verch Band
The Ottawa Valley-originating singer, dancer and musician fronts her bluegrass band.
Bag For Life
Kieran Griffiths directs Julie Addy in Colin Bateman's second stage play, exploring whether or not forgiveness can overcome the want for revenge in 21st-century Northern Ireland.
Blood Brothers: Priory Productions
- Written by: Willy Russell
The company presents its take on Willy Russell's emotionally powerful musical about twins separated at birth, who grow up on opposite sides of the tracks unaware of each other.
The Blue Boy Of Glenmore
Brassneck Theatre Company presents a haunting dark-comedy about the life-long conflict between sibling rivals and the shocking events that unfold when one of them tries to escape their mundane life, directed by Tony Devlin.
Classic Rock USA
Rock extravaganza featuring over 25 hits from Bryan Adams, Jon Bon Jovi and Bruce Springsteen.
Martin Lynch directs a comedy about disastrous relationships written by Brenda Murphy and starring Caroline Curran, Ciaran Nolan and Marty Maguire.
The Curious Adventures of Pinocchio
The true story of Pinocchio told by Patrick Lynch from Cbeebies.
Donaghadee Male Voice Choir
A journey through classic choral and gospel works to modern musicals and Queen's Bohemian Rhapsody arranged by the choirs new musical director and pianist Ivan Black.
Eilish O'Carroll's Live, Love, Laugh
The Mrs Brown's Boys star reflects on an eventful life that has included a strict Catholic upbringing, two failed marriages and coming out as a lesbian at the age of 50.
Eimear McGeown & Jean Kelly
The flautist and harpist collaborate on a programme of works by Debussy, Rossini, Faure and Ibert, plus Irish music.
The Faerie Thorn
Based on the book 'The Faerie Thorn and Other Stories' by Jane Talbot, The Faerie Thorn will recreate Talbot's dark, imaginative and bewitching tales, propelling the audience into a world of devilish debts, trysts and trades, broken bargains and unjust trials; of magic, quick-wittedness, hoodwinking and revenge. The…
Tinderbox Theatre Company presents acclaimed writer John McCann's haunting and hilarious drama which dares to challenge the stories we tell ourselves to hide the truth of who we really are. The director is Patrick J O' Reilly and the performers are Tara Lynne O' Neill, Rhodri Lewis and Hayley McQuillan.
Fiona Stewart Williams
The medium presents her clairvoyant show live on stage.
Flowers Of Edinburgh
A celebration of Ulster Scots culture featuring Markethill Ulster Scots Fiddle Orchestra, Highland Dance and Theatre dance, Lambeg, Pipes, Drummers and Bluegrass Guitar.
The farce revolves around the mistaken identities of two couples and accompanying characters and is performed by an amateur company.
The renowned, classic-rock tribute band take to the stage to perform the music of the Eagles and Fleetwood Mac.
The four-piece from Kilkenny plays Irish folk and ballads.
The Lonesome West
- Directed by: Andy Arnold
- Written by: Martin McDonagh
Bardic and Premier Productions present the third play in Martin McDonagh's bleak but blackly comic Leenane trilogy, directed by Sean Faloon.
Martello Jazz Band
The five-piece group performs jazz in the Dixieland and New Orleans style.
This multi-cultural celebration from ABCE will feature drama, music and dance of Slavonic cultures and friends.
A Night At The Musicals
The talented local performers of Armagh and the surrounding areas present a musical and dramatic theatre showcase.
On Our Way To Lisbon
The story of how, in 1967, Glasgow Celtic became the first British team to win the European Cup with victory over the mighty Inter Milan as fans look back and fondly recreate how the Bhoys in Green and White beat the team who were hailed as unbeatable.
Pat Shortt: How's Tings
In a night of music and mayhem, Ireland's most popular comedian explores all sorts of tings.
Philomena Begley And Ray Lynam
The queen of Irish country music duets with her regular partner to perform My Elusive Dreams, You're The One I Can't Live Without and many more. Support is Cliona Hagan.
Rock 'N' Roll Years And Dance Hall Days
George Jones hosts Clubsound, Joe Mac, Margo Burns, Janet McCartney and Trevor Kelly performing rock'n'roll and pop covers from 1950s and 1960s.
Second Honeymoon: The Glen Theatre Drama Group
The company presents Sam Cree's comedy set in a seaside guest house featuring a host of hilarious characters.
The Summer Country Show
This all Irish sow features Mick Flavin, Louise Morrisey, Ritchie Remo, Joe Moore, John Hogan and Eamon McCann playing their biggest individual country hits accompanied by the Keltic Storm band.
A fun and musical adaptation of the classic pirate adventure by Robert Louis Stevenson from Riverbank Productions.
Ulster Orchestra 2016/7 Season: The Music Of Genius
Rafael Payare conducts Mozart's Jupiter symphony No 41 and Mendelssohn's virtuosic Violin Concerto with soloist and leader Tamas Kocsis.
Sat 1 Apr
£15 from / 02837 521821