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.
There are 23 events at this location
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The company presents an original hip hop musical that tells the story of little Angel who is diagnosed with leukaemia but inspires an amateur dance crew from Brooklyn with proceeds to be awarded to Angel Wishes NI.
Annual Remembrance Concert
The Royal British Legion presents a reflection on the 100th Anniversary of the Battle Of The Somme in WW1.
The songstress explores her catalogue of songs in an acoustic performance with the support of her pianist Nick Holland.
The Bee Gees Story: Nights On Broadway
The group performs hits from the entire career of the pop siblings, known for their innovative pop and disco sound.
Boogie Nights: The 70s Spectacular
The eldest son of Coleen Nolan and Shane Richie, Shane Jnr, stars in this showcase of music from the 70s and 80s. Featuring a live band.
Irish pop singer-songwriter, who has also acted in various films including Pulp Fiction and Sherlock Holmes.
Bruce Adams And 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.
Cash Returns: Tribute To Johnny Cash And June Carter
The show comprises of the award winning JP Mac as Johnny Cash, whose baritone voice, tone and onstage mannerisms are scarily uncanny to the Man in Black's himself who also has even been endorsed by Johnny Cash's very own Tennessee based drummer of near 40 years W.S (Fluke) Holland. JP is then joined on stage by his…
Fri 28 Oct
£16 / 02837 521821
Doug Allan: In The Company Of Giants
An illustrated talk from the award-winning cameraman featuring extraordinary animal adventures and unique wildlife film footage with the opportunity to ask questions.
Ghostbusters… Retro! A Live Radio Show!
Wireless Mystery Theatre perform the 1930s radio play that Harold Ramis based his 1984 film on.
Sat 12 Nov
Hal Cruttenden: Straight Outta Cruttenden
The star of BBC Radio 4's Hal and regular TV panelist rants about modern life in his ever so slightly camp voice.
Jennifer Murphy: Violin Recital
The violinist performs Franz Schubert's Duo Sonata In A Major For Violin & Piano, Francis Poulenc's Sonata For Violin & Piano and Edward Elgar's Sonata For Violin & Piano In E Minor.
The outspoken, County Galway-born vocalist and Irish jazz legend presents a raw performance of emotive jazz compositions with a soft blues-influence.
- Written by: John B Keane
John Kenny and Mary McEvoy team up in this much-loved John B classic. Follows the efforts of Dicky Mick Dicky O Connor as he attempts to make matches for the lonely and lovelorn from all parts of the country. At the centre of this celebrated production is John B Keane's marvellous and mischievous wit coupled by his…
Midwest Young Artists Conservatory with special guest Peter Corry
Tackling the Great American Songbook and popular show tunes in aid of Concern Worldwide.
Sat 5 Nov
£22 / 02837 521821
Our Town: Armagh Theatre Group
Armagh Theatre Group presents Thornton Wilder's Pulitzer Prize-winning play about small town America.
Phil Coulter: Festive Reflections
The singer-songwriter and pianist performs a seasonal selection of his material. Support comes from Geraldine Branagan.
The French-Algerian guitarist blends jazz, world music, folk and classical influences into his signature style.
Writer Tina Noonan tells the story of her Gran Uncle Johnny, a Catholic Irishman who fought at The Somme and woke up in a morgue and found his right leg amputated below the knee.
St Mungo's Lugunulk
Grimes & McKee present a laugh out loud comedy about the worst Gaelic Football team in Ireland and how the good people of Luganulk learnt to love their football team again.
The Stars Of Country Show
Ritchie Remo, Jim Devine, Paul Kelly, Curtis Magee, Cowboy Larry and Billy McFarland perform their biggest hits in the company of a full live band.
The Strange Case Of Dr Jekyll & Mr Hyde
Robert Louis Stevenson's tale of shapechanging is adapted anew in this production.
Your Bard: An Informal Evening With William Shakespeare
Gavin Robertson directs Nicholas Collett's comedy about the life and work of the famous bard.
Thu 10 Nov
£13.50 (£11.50) / 02837 521821