There’s nothing more exciting than a day at the theatre. We bring stories to life on stage with productions happening throughout the year.There’s nothing more exciting than a day at the theatre. We bring stories to life on stage with productions happening throughout the school year.
Throughout the year we offer lots of creative learning opportunities for students of all ages. Your class can experience a live theatre show, enjoy world-class art exhibitions, or enjoy a creative workshop led by professional artists.
Working closely with the current curriculum, we’ve created a number of opportunities to support post-primary school learning at The Market Place Theatre, Armagh.
When it comes to bringing a lesson alive, The Market Place Theatre, Armagh is the place to be. We’ve welcomed thousands of school children to the Market Place Theatre and counting, so if you haven’t been to visit us yet here are a few ideas of how to get the most from your Market Place Theatre visit.
Shakespeare's famous tragedy about a longstanding feud between two noble families of Verona; the Montagues and Capulets presented by the acclaimed Merely Theatre.
The star-crossed lovers hope marriage can lead to an end to the family feud. Exhilarating and sharp, the production offers an authentic Shakespearean experience for the 21st century.
Merely present young love in all its raw and savage beauty. The show drives through action-packed thrills and tender intimacy to crushing loss. Five actors blast the company's signature style to conjure a stirring theatrical experience.
Award-winning flautist Eimear McGeown and acclaimed harpist Jean Kelly met in London and now perform regularly as a duo throughout the UK and Ireland, in concert and on BBC Radio.
A First Class Honours graduate from the Trinity College of Music, London, the Eimear McGeown has established a busy and varied career both classically and on the Traditional Irish flute. She has appeared as soloist across the globe including a notable performance on BBC's 'Last Night Of The Proms'. On Irish flute, Eimear has two All-Ireland titles and has released a Celtic EP.
Jean Kelly, harpist, hails from an Irish family of several generations of professional musicians. Jean won a scholarship to study harp at the Royal College of Music, London. Since graduating she has based herself in London and is in great demand as a versatile harpist, with an eclectic career ranging from Early Music to Contemporary Classical and Folk Music. Jean regularly performs with the Guy Barker Big Band, at major UK venues including The Proms at The Albert Hall, and toured alongside the band with pop singer Paloma Faith.
The programme for the evening will include works by Debussy, Rossini, Faure and Ibert followed by a second half of Irish pieces and compositions including 'She Moved Through The Fair' 'Planxty Irwin' and 'Raglan Road'.
To place a group booking, please call the Group Booking Line on 028 3752 1830, or click here for an online booking form and our terms and conditions.
Please note: We recommend that schools reserve tickets as soon as possible to ensure that all members of the group can sit together.
In an ongoing commitment to customer service, and to ensure we continue to programme events in a manner which suits the needs of school audiences, we would like to invite Principals | Heads Of Department to take part in one-off Focus Groups. If you would be interested in taking part, please contact us on  3752 1830.