The Peel Centenary Centre, in the West of the Island and built in 1877, is the only arts and community centre run entirely by volunteers, and hosts a range of theatrical productions, lectures, exhibitions and workshops.
Based in Peel, the island's only city due to its cathedral, the Centre offers a great evening venue for people looking for a change from the nightlife in Douglas. With a range of pubs within walking distance there are plenty of spots for a quiet drink, or something to eat before the show.
The centre is also within walking distance of Peel Castle built on St Patricks's Isle in 1392. Not only a great spot for walking around during the day, ghost tours are also available round the Castle during the evening, giving you plenty to do if your event at the Centre is running earlier in the day.
To indulge in more of the Island's history you can also visit the Manx Transportation Museum and House of Manannan during your time in the Peel.
Further information can be found on the Peel Centenary Centre website.