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Ardhowen Theatre

3 locals recommend

Tips from locals

November 20, 2018
Great events in an intimate theatre. Check out their website for events. Open for lunch. Cafe overlooks Lough Erne. Only theatre in UK that is accessible by water too. Moor up your boat at the jetty in front.
Jonathan & Gayle
Jonathan & Gayle
April 22, 2018
This theatre is close by and has weekend entertainment. It has a lunch menu and a restaurant overlooking Lough Erne
August 11, 2017
Has some great shows catering for all tastes.

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BT74 6FZ
Phone028 6632 5440