The Market Place Theatre
- Telephone 02837 521821
- Website www.marketplacearmagh.com
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.
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.
Brendan Grace: It's A Funny Old World
Traditional-style stand-up with storytelling and character observations.
Conal Gallen: Only Joking
Jokes, stories and songs from Ireland's Ambassador of Comedy.
The Cremona Quartet
The Italian four-piece perform works by Puccini, Beethoven and Mozart.
Country music and charm from Derek Ryan.
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.
- Directed by: Mark Babych
- Written by: Willy Russell
Willy Russell's multi-award-winning comedy about the Liverpudlian hairdresser with a thirst for knowledge who embarks on an Open University degree. Directed by Elizabeth Newman.
An Evening With Steph And Friends
Damian Cullen directs the vocalist for an evening of favourite songs from musicals including Blood Brothers, We Will Rock You and Les Miserables plus Michael Buble, Adele, Phil Coulter, Dolores Keane and more.
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.
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.
Irish folk legends perform timeless classics for a night of Irish music, songs and stories.
Give My Head Peace Live
The characters from the television show perform their sitcom live on stage.
The singer-songwriter from Castleblayney, Co. Monaghan performs her blues, rock and soul original compositions.
The singer-songwriter from Belfast performs her contemporary Gaelic compositions.
Isla Grant: The Hits Concert 2017
The ever-popular Scottish singer performs a highly entertaining concert show that features all her wonderful hit songs.
Jane Eyre: An Autobiography
Dyad Productions stage the classic novel with Rebecca Vaughan performing a solo show as the writer Charlotte Bronte and several of her characters. Directed by Elton Townend-Jones.
Jason Byrne is Propped Up
Jason brings back prop comedy in a way that'll make you forget all about Gallagher and Carrot Top.
Jazz Club: The Gerry Rice Quartet
The Scottish trumpeter and flugelhorn-player leads the four-piece ensemble to perform a host of be-bop and jazz standards.
Country singer from Glasgow.
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.
Maiden Voyage: Three New Works
The company present three new works on love, loss and living featuring Korper & Leib by Oona Doherty, Landscapes Of Loss, a collaborative work on the loss experienced following miscarriage and stillbirth plus guest choreographer Rachel Lopez creates a new trio inspired by the relics of our past and the values we…
A Night At The Musicals
The talented local performers of Armagh and the surrounding areas present a musical and dramatic theatre showcase.
One Horse Pony
Contemporary, Cork-based blues outfit, with members from Ireland, France and the UK, influenced by the likes of CW Stoneking and Blind Lemon Jefferson.
The Bard From Armagh presents an intimate evening of song and banter.
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.
Punch Lions Kids Comedy Club
Stand-up and sketch acts for youngsters by performers on the international circuit.
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.
Romeo And Juliet
Shakespeare's tale of star-crossed lovers is brought to the stage by the acclaimed Merely Theatre.
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.
Sat 29 Apr
The Secret Ensemble: Mystics Of Anatolia
The group of expert musicians take Anatolian sufi and mystic music along with influences from their own regions to create a brand new sound.
A children's show featuring a very particular stage light which shines and expresses itself by drawing shapes and colours on the floor.
Stayin' Alive UK: Bee Gees Tribute
The group covers the hits of the Australian siblings from across their career.
Traditional folk from musicians Tola Custy, Karol Lynch and Paul McSherry who will be joined on stage by celebrated singers Mary Dillon and Tiona McSherry.
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
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