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What's on in March?

Will you be visiting the island in March? We've put together a list of activities and events so you can fully enjoy your time here on the Isle of Man. Whether it's painting and mindfulness, or live music and boozy brunches, we really hope there's something for everyone.

What’s on in March?


Will Pound and Jenn Butterworth - Saturday 18th March

The Institute, Laxey

The Institute is thrilled to welcome Will Pound (harmonica and melodeon) and Jenn Butterworth (guitar and voice, two of the finest and most sought after musicians in the UK. This is going to be a great night!
Tickets at



Deep Inside Bradda Mines - with Peter Geddes MBE

Monday 6th March at 7:30 pm – 9 pm

Erin Arts Centre

For four years, the Laxey Mines Research Group has been rebuilding the interior of the north Bradda Mine - creating bridges over shafts, ladder ways, and platforms.
Peter Geddes, the group's founder, recounts the history of Bradda Mines and takes us on a fascinating tour deep within Bradda headland to look at the work that has taken place so far.

Tickets: £5 (£4 Friends of RHT) available from the EAC
(see link) or Rushen Heritage Centre & Bridge Bookshop in Port Erin.
For further info — or call 464634.



Galaxy Watercolour Painting: For Adults

Artreach Studios - Saturday 11th March at 2:30 – 5:30

Create Beautiful Galaxy Watercolour Paintings.

Perfect for all levels of experience!

Participants will delve into process, and experiment with a variety of techniques + learn a variety of watercolour techniques in a guided painting workshop inspired by the night sky + simple foregrounds that create a setting for galaxies and far off places!

Galaxy Watercolour Painting Workshop: Saturday 11th March |


Boozy Brunch @ Secret Pizza

Saturday 4th March, 3pm – 4:30pm

Every Saturday at Secret Pizza... numbers are very limited to allow us to offer the best service we can... please follow the link below for more information or to buy tickets!
Boozy Brunch Tickets, Multiple Dates | Eventbrite

Silent Residential Mindfulness Retreat

March 31st - April 2nd at 4:30pm

The Mill House

Whether you are on a journey of self-exploration, seeking Enlightenment, or developing your meditation practice, this weekend retreat is a rare opportunity to step back from your busy life, your busy mind, and discover the peace within.

Shopping and Mother's Day Carvery - Tynwald Mills Shopping Centre

Sunday 19th March

Treat your mum to a day out at Tynwald Mills this Mother’s Day, there’s something for everyone!

Mother’s Day Carvery – Tynwald Mills

Friday Folk Concerts

present Tony Cox. South African acoustic guitarist
Peel Centenary Centre - Friday 24th March, 8pm

Zimbabwean born Tony Cox has become an iconic figure in South Africa when it comes to the acoustic guitar. Recognised far and wide for his prowess on the steel-string guitar, Tony’s music is utterly unique within the usual guitar repertoire.

Peel Centenary Centre – The Island’s only Arts and Community Centre run entirely by volunteers

Isle of Man Choral Society at The Villa Marina, Douglas

Conducted by Director of Music

Dr Mandy Griffin, and with Isle of Man Symphony Orchestra,

presents 'We are the music makers, we are the dreamers of dreams' on 26 March 2023 at 3pm.

Come & Try Orienteering - Ballaugh Forest

Saturday 18th March

Isle of Man Orienteering Klubb 'Come & Try' Orienteering - Ballaugh Forest

Launch of New Permanent Orienteering Courses & Map of Ballaugh Forest

Family friendly orienteering activity suitable for all ages.

• Try one of the New Permanent Orienteering Courses.
• Courses of different distances & number of markers.
• Activity suitable for Families, Individuals & Groups.
• Option to have your course timed.
• Your choice to Walk, Jog or Run.
• Wear suitable clothing and footwear for weather conditions & time of year.
• Children must be under the supervision of an adult.
• Compass is optional, to assist with navigation.

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