Not At Home Photography


Performance Artist, Grace Dyas, presents “Not At Home” at The Glens Centre, Manorhamilton on the 15th of May 2018.

Photography by Ruth Moore.


Our deepest condolences…

It is with great regret that the Board & staff of the Glens Arts Centre, Manorhamilton, have heard of the passing of Orla Parkinson Coombs on Sunday 13th May. Many of us worked with Orla on community arts projects in Leitrim and Dublin since the 1990s and we were always welcomed by her enthusiastic smile, professional support and community leadership for arts and creative writing at Cluainin Library. Our sympathy and thoughts go to Scott (former Glens Centre Chairperson) and family


-Peter Kearns – Chairperson


‘The Importance of Being Earnest’: The first stage production, 1895

Irene Vanbrugh as Gwendolen Fairfax and George Alexander as Jack Worthing in the 1895 production of ‘The Importance of Being Earnest’, from The Sketch magazine, London, March 1895.


The Importance of Being Earnest premiered on St Valentine’s Day 1895 at the St James’s Theatre, London. It was Oscar Wilde’s fourth West End hit in only three years. His earlier play, An Ideal Husband had only opened a month before and was still playing to packed houses at the Haymarket Theatre a few streets away.

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The Irish Lough Ness in the enchanted Glenade!


Folkloric tales of lake monsters, recent archaeological finds and the opportunity of panoramic views of the Sligo and Donegal coastlines will enchant the walker at the North Leitrim Glens Hill Walking festival this Easter in the stunning Glenade valley Sat 31st March and April 1st. The festival run by the Holey Soles Hillwalking Club will also see the inaugural walk of the Arroo Trail Head on Easter Sunday, made possible by the inspirational co-operation between landowners and local agencies for the benefit of the general public. A special festival evening event in the Glens Centre Manorhamilton will give the walkers and the public a chance to wind down with a film by documentary maker Michael Brown.
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Phone Lines are Down!



Due to technical difficulties, are phone lines are down. Booking for shows can be done at the Box Office or online at
Tickets for The Factory Girls are still available online & at the door before a performance.

Sorry for any inconvenience caused!