Ardhowen Theatre

Ardhowen Theatre, Enniskillen: Address, Phone Number, Ardhowen Theatre Reviews: 4.5/5

Ardhowen Theatre
4.5

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Sunshinerain13
London, UK72 contributions
Nov 2021
Have been to the Ardhowen a few times and find the staff very friendly.
Lovely place to see various artists & shows.
Written 13 December 2021
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Nikki245
Enniskillen, UK441 contributions
Dec 2018
Having seen many shows and indeed graced the stage a brave few times I just love this theatre! Always immaculate and handy that you can pre-order your drinks for the interval, a must visit!
Written 5 September 2019
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789tobias
Enniskillen, UK16 contributions
May 2019 • Friends
I was there last week and watched a play - The Matchmaker. Truly an enthralling and highly entertaining evening. The theatre provides an open projecting stage, a raked auditorium with near perfect sight lines to performing action. Leg room is adequate. I was a guest of a friend and the bar served an almost full house speedily. The venue is noted for its spectacular views over Loch Erne: the viaduct stone pillars ascending from the water are a reminder of the former steam railway track. Parking is conveniently close to the building: off the main trunk road and very close to the city of Enniskillen. The Ardowen is an architectural classic of its modern steel & glass style. However, its future is under a cloud of uncertainty and currently up for public consultatrion. Largely due to lacklustre interest and support from the Fermanagh Council owner, maintenance has fallen behind and rumours abound that the Council will attempt to off load it to whoever.. Enniskillen is often regarded as a cultural desert inhabited by artistically indifferent ratepayers. But recently dynamic people with foresight have made significant advances with staging The Oscar Wilde Week. The Happy Days Samual Beckett Festival. The Five Life initiative. The now established amalgamation of two district Councils: Fermanagh & Omagh, could however lead to a positive reassessment of the Ardowen's enestimable value to the local community.
Written 13 May 2019
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gerry_donnelly
Northern Ireland3 contributions
Mar 2019
Myself and a friend were interested in the music night of blues and jazz at the Ardhowen .We booked tickets for Sidewalk Boogie and arrived at the gig looking forward to a great evening of live music.Our first dissapointment with the evening began when we attempted to order drinks at the bar. Apart from lager and stout in cans there was no alternative for beer drinkers.None of the very popular pale ales from Northern or Southern Ireland were on offer. nothing on tap.All beers were either small bottles or cans. So we opted for wine instead.When asked for a ' Dry white wine spritzer the staff seemed unsure and just offered the only two white wines they had available.Neither of which were 'dry' .We gave up trying at this stage and settled for several drinks that were not what we wanted to have for our 'night out'.The music,by the way,was absolutely fantastic.The drinks were so dismal and overpriced that our evening was diminished and we left feeling very unhappy.
Written 29 March 2019
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mandr268
Westport, Ireland912 contributions
Sep 2018 • Couples
this is a great little theatre , the vision is good and the seats had good leg room. the staff were very pleasant. the theatre is easy to find just off the main road and overlooks a lake
Written 6 September 2018
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Des C
Enniskillen, UK26 contributions
Aug 2018 • Solo
A theatre that must have the best location for views anywhere. Sitting in the Gallery bar watching a band or awaiting a show to start in the auditorium, you are captivated by the extensive scene of boats slowly cruising by. The wall and roof is just glass.
Written 15 August 2018
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nannyhelen57
Enniskillen, UK22 contributions
Jan 2017 • Couples
Lovely comfortable theatre, nice number of seats,bar facilities before and in interval great relaxed night out
Written 29 April 2017
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ellie77337
Derrylin, UK135 contributions
Jan 2016 • Friends
The ardhowen is really catering for everyone in recent years. They have a great selection of music/comedy act and plays! The nice thing is that it holds just a nice comfortable crowd so that everyone can get to the bar at half time etc
Written 18 October 2016
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Patricia D
Enniskillen, UK33 contributions
Sep 2016 • Friends
Had lunch here with a friend. A beautiful space overlooking Lough Erne on a fine Autumn day so stunning views. Lovely food very cheerful service from Kelly and lovely food by Debbie
Written 28 September 2016
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Harry M
Prestwick, UK109 contributions
Apr 2016
Went with friends to see a Phil Collins tribute band in the theatre. What a great show well presented and enjoyable.
The theatre staff were very friendly and helpful. The building was in lovely location over looking the river, it was warm and clean, the only downside was one of our allocated seats had a tear in the fabric which made it uncomfortable.
Written 17 April 2016
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