Market Place Theatre & Arts Centre

The Market Place Theatre & Arts Centre is the City’s ‘Home Of Entertainment’. Their state-of-the-art venue and conference centre is situated in the centre of Armagh.
Presenting the best in arts and entertainment in wonderfully modern and spacious surroundings, the Theatre provides something to suit everyone’s taste and pocket.
The programme and facilities are not only enjoyed by local people, but attracts audiences from far and wide.
A visit to The Market Place Theatre for entertainment is unique. Audiences and performers alike enjoy the unmatched and unrivaled views in the the spacious, modern and airy feel to the venue.
It’s the only venue in the City that can accommodate every kind of performance from drama to comedy nights, children’s shows to variety entertainment, world-class ballet to professional pantomime and workshops and classes.
Also a state-of-the-art conference and meetings venue and groups of up to 400 are welcome to enjoy the facilities.
Footlights Bar & Bistro at the theatre completes the ultimate night out.

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Latest Reviews

Mulberry Bistro

By Barry Randall

'Daughter had her son's christening party on Saturday 11/11/17. Great atmosphere and an excellent meal. A first class meal guaranteed at all times.'

Uluru Bar & Grill

By Helen Muldrew

'This is a lovely restaurant in the centre of Armagh It has a good variety of food and very tasty and as it is Australian you can taste kangaroo. '

The Mall

By Helen Muldrew

'The Mall is a lovely place for a walk in the centre of Armagh it has lovely buildings on both sides and a cricket pitch in middle. Lots of people go for a walk here. It also has the court building'

The Moody Boar

By Helen Muldrew

'Moody Boar is a lovely restaurant in a beautiful setting on council grounds Food is very good and it is really worth a visit.'

Saint Patrick's Cathedral CoI

By Helen Muldrew

'This is a beautiful building steeped in history And Armagh has two catherdals . There is a great view over Armagh from outside this catherdal too. '

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