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We went to this delightful show on 15 Aug '18 in the Gaiety Theatre. The building has been lovingly restored and I could only find one fault. Victorians were shorter than most of us, with less long legs ! When we next go I'll ask...More
What a wonderful family show and in such a lovely theatre on the Douglas promenade.
The cast were excellent and all gave 100% performance to entertain the audience.
The only issues causing discomfort was seating squeeze of which nothing can be done in such intimate...More
A smaller version of Belfast's Grand Opera House alive and well on the seafront at Douglas.
We went to a Manx Operatic Society musical Chess in this theatre designed by the late Victorian, who also planned the Opera House in Belfast. Both are gems from...More
Whilst staying in Douglas, Isle of Man we visited the Gaiety Theatre, which is a beautiful old theatre, to see the production of Chess. I can only say that the show was amazing and all members of the cast were brilliant. I understand that the...More
If you intend to visit the isle of man please make a point of visiting the gaiety theatre it's absolutely well worth it a really beautiful place the history behind it is amazing and if you don't fancy watching a show then why not go...More
The Gaiety theatre is worth a visit for a performance or during the open doors next year. There are also tours on a Saturday morning which will take you backstage to see how the theatre works. Seats are comfortable and I think the views are...More
I haven't actually visited the theatre but I have been passed on two visits to the Isle of Man and it is a striking building with an excellent location.
Defiantly worth taking a photograph of the outside. I'm sure it's great inside as well
Took my mother to see "Joseph and his ATD" recently when over visiting her on the island. I knew it was an amateur production, but could not beleive how high the standard of singing and acting was. I asked the theatre manager afterwards if the...More
Just a fantastic old style theatre. A real blast from the past. Served tubs of ice cream at half time. The staff where fantastic and just what you would expect of an establishment like this.
We had a box that cost £80 and seats up...More
Thanks, Gaiety! An amazing couple of hours in a beautiful old theatre. Our tour guide was knowledgeable about the building and its history. This trip would suit teenagers upwards, not ideal for those who struggle with steps, or younger children due to the length of...More