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  • The Big Winter Waistline Waddle
    All day
    2020.01.01-2020.01.31

    In January set yourself a target after the Festivities and indulgence of Christmas and sign up to this challenge!
    Kick start your 2020 fitness by walking 150 miles in a month.

    At the end of the month you will need to send proof of the distance walked, either screenshots of your phone apps, fitbit or Garmin etc reports.

    All people who complete this challenge will receive an eco medal.
    If you would like to join us the entry fee is £10.00 and can be paid to our bank account below, by card or paypal through our website and then send us an email at admin@jerseycheshirehome.je to advise us and you will be added to the event list.

    Account: 83325506
    Sort code: 60-12-03

    Jersey Cheshire Home is the only residential facility for physically disabled adults on the island.

    We provide care and support to those living with a range of disabilities including Multiple Sclerosis, Parkinson’s, Epilepsy, Spina Bifida, Strokes and Head injuries

    Jersey Cheshire Home

     

     

     

  • Turkey Buster Walk New Year’s Day
    11:00 am-12:30 pm
    2020.01.01

    Join your guide Bob Tompkins on New Year’s Day on the Turkey Buster walk around the National Park in and around St Ouen’s Bay.  The ‘Turkey  Buster’ provides an opportunity to clear fuzzy heads and lose a few Christmas calories in the process before starting again on New Year’s Day lunch!

    Meeting in the carpark at Les Laveurs on the Five Mile Road (opposite Jersey Pearl), the walk will follow the coastal path as far as the Square Fort  where we will cross the road and drop down into the Maritime Grassland on the edge of St Ouen’ Pond. Skirting Le Noir Pré we will cross over Chemin de l’Ouziere and ramble through the undulating landscape of Les Mielles before arriving at the Frances Le Sueur Centre. Meet Mike Stentiford MBE and hear about the future plans for the Centre and the National Park after which chocolates and a nip of Sloe Gin will be available to fortify everyone before returning to the carpark.

    No need to pre-book – just turn up on the day.

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  • Galaxy Comic Con
    10:00 am-5:00 pm
    2020.01.02-2020.02.23

    https://video.wixstatic.com/video/2b48d7_5550ec2256f1405281719ac212a199fc/1080p/mp4/file.mp4

    PRE-ORDER TICKETS NOW TO MAKE SAVINGS!

    LIMITED WEEKEND TICKETS AVAILABLE!

    Book Here

    Like most things, the Galaxy event started back in 2017 as a simple idea.  To bring a comic con event to Jersey, to celebrate our love of pop culture and to bring a fun, modern and exciting event to the Channel Islands.

    Over the course of six months and with the support of a growing group of passionate and talented people, we delivered the first ever Galaxy event in June 2018.  Galaxy – A Sci-Fi Celebration.

    The Event as the name suggests was themed around Sci-Fi, some of the highlights included actors from the original

    Star Wars movies, the DeLorean “Time Machine” from the Back to the Future movie and Boogie Storm who were finalists and golden buzzer winners from Britain’s got Talent!  It garnered attention from media both local and national and to go from concept to delivery of a large scale media event in 6 months was an achievement our team are proud of, and it’s something we wanted to do again.

    We reached out to our guests and customers to find out what we did well, what we didn’t and what they wanted more of.  With that in hand, the next Galaxy event began to take shape to deliver a bigger and more ambitious event, with more to see, more to do and most of all, deliver a planned annual pop culture event to the Channel Islands, to bring an experience to the local community that is usually inaccessible and to support local charities, projects and businesses at the same time.

    Today, we invite you to be part of Galaxy Comic Con 2020.

    Sponsored by

    Condor Ferries 2015 CMYK Small-Use White

    Proudly Supporting

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    Galaxy Comic Con Jersey is run and  managed by Prestige! Events Jersey.

     

  • THE JGRC PRESENTS: CINDERELLA
    7:30 pm-7:00 pm
    2020.01.02-2020.01.04

    To conclude their 110th Anniversary celebrations, the Jersey Green Room Club presents the most beloved of all pantomimes, Cinderella.  Join the irrepressible Buttons, the ugliest Ugly Sisters you’ve ever seen and, of course, our beautiful eponymous heroine in this spectacular Christmas-time favourite!

    Let the Jersey Green room Club be your Fairy Godmother this festive season as we whisk you away to a magical place where dreams come true and love always wins the day!

    Jam-packed with musical numbers, dazzling costumes, colourful characters and stacks of fun, don’t miss this joyful extravaganza for all the family!

    Director: Terri Le Huquet. Choreographer: Laura Reynolds. Musical Director: Ben Shaw.

    www.jerseygreenroomclub.com

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  • VERY NICE ICE SKATING AT FESTIVE FORT
    All day
    2020.01.03-2020.01.05

    Yes, the Ice Rink is back for 2019 – Fort Regent along with ‘Very Nice Ice’ are delighted to announce that the rink will be open from Friday 6 December to Sunday 5 January.

    Fort Regent are pleased to welcome the Very Nice Ice rink to our calendar of events to see us celebrate the festive season this December! Very Nice Ice have operated ice rinks and staged similar events across a number of major UK towns and cities, including Edinburgh and Manchester and are looking forward to meeting their new customers in Jersey!

    DATES & TIMES:

    Tickets are on sale now:-

    Friday 6th December – Sunday 15th Decenber –  BOOK HERE 
    Monday 16th December – Sunday 22nd  December –  BOOK HERE
    Monday 23rd  December – Sunday 29th  December –  BOOK HERE
    Monday 30th December – Sunday 5th January –  BOOK HERE

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  • ANDRÉ RIEU – 70 YEARS YOUNG
    4:00 pm-6:00 pm
    2020.01.05

    ENCORE SCREENING

    André Rieu is celebrating a landmark birthday and is inviting cinema audiences all over the world to his party!

    70 YEARS YOUNG is André Rieu’s ultimate concert featuring musical highlights chosen by the maestro himself from his illustrious career so far. This unique commemorative celebration will take you on an unbelievable journey
    around the world to André Rieu’s most amazing concert locations, including Schönbrunn Vienna, Radio City Music Hall New York and the Coronation Concert in Amsterdam.

    As part of the celebration, André Rieu reminisces with cinema host Charlotte Hawkins about his life, love and music, while taking his cinema audience on an
    exclusive tour of his home in Maastricht.

    Bring your friends and kick off the New Year together in style, in the comfort of the cinema, with the most wonderful music from the birthday boy – the King of Waltz! Hip hip hooray!

     

    Tickets:

    Full: £20.00

    Concessions: £18.00

    Performance Time: Sun 5 Jan 2020 – 4pm & Fri 10 Jan 2020 – 7.30pm

  • Open Mic at the Traf
    6:00 pm-9:00 pm
    2020.01.05

    Jersey’s favorite and friendliest open mic!

    Hosted by Alfie Butel Music and The Trafalgar Inn
    First open mic of the new year, look forward to seeing you before I head back to the uk.
    Bring a guitar (or borrow mine)
    Under 18’s welcome and encouraged! Try to get there before 7pm to put your name down. We look forward to seeing you!

    http://www.vibrantjersey.je/destination/musicians/alfie-butel-music/

  • Open Mic at the Traf – Jan 2020
    6:00 pm-9:00 pm
    2020.01.05

    Jersey’s favorite and friendliest open mic!
    First open mic of the new year, look forward to seeing you before I head back to the uk.
    Bring a guitar (or borrow mine)
    Under 18’s welcome and encouraged! Try to get there before 7pm to put your name down. We look forward to seeing you!

    http://www.vibrantjersey.je/destination/musicians/alfie-butel-music/

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  • Beauty and the Beast
    7:30 pm-4:30 pm
    2020.01.08-2020.01.19

    The JADC is proud to present a wittingly written pantomime by Ben Crocker that has received critical acclaim in the British press.

    Follow Beauty, her brother Jacques, her mum Ma, and Felix – a giant French poodle – on their adventures. Meet the Beast and his servants as he welcomes Beauty to his castle. Watch the wicked Malabelle creating mischief. Will true love shine through to save the day?

    This wholesome, traditional show will have something for everyone – it is touching, scary, funny, engaging and an awful lot of fun.

    “a perfect proper panto” The Times;

    “This Beast is a real beauty….One of the most rejuvenatingly good-natured pantos anywhere in the country” The Daily Telegraph

    Performed under licence from Ben Crocker Pantomimes Ltd

    8 January – 19 January
    7.30pm / Saturday: 2.30pm + 7.30pm / Sunday: 2.30pm

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  • Galaxy Comic Con
    10:00 am-5:00 pm
    2020.01.09-2020.02.23

    https://video.wixstatic.com/video/2b48d7_5550ec2256f1405281719ac212a199fc/1080p/mp4/file.mp4

    PRE-ORDER TICKETS NOW TO MAKE SAVINGS!

    LIMITED WEEKEND TICKETS AVAILABLE!

    Book Here

    Like most things, the Galaxy event started back in 2017 as a simple idea.  To bring a comic con event to Jersey, to celebrate our love of pop culture and to bring a fun, modern and exciting event to the Channel Islands.

    Over the course of six months and with the support of a growing group of passionate and talented people, we delivered the first ever Galaxy event in June 2018.  Galaxy – A Sci-Fi Celebration.

    The Event as the name suggests was themed around Sci-Fi, some of the highlights included actors from the original

    Star Wars movies, the DeLorean “Time Machine” from the Back to the Future movie and Boogie Storm who were finalists and golden buzzer winners from Britain’s got Talent!  It garnered attention from media both local and national and to go from concept to delivery of a large scale media event in 6 months was an achievement our team are proud of, and it’s something we wanted to do again.

    We reached out to our guests and customers to find out what we did well, what we didn’t and what they wanted more of.  With that in hand, the next Galaxy event began to take shape to deliver a bigger and more ambitious event, with more to see, more to do and most of all, deliver a planned annual pop culture event to the Channel Islands, to bring an experience to the local community that is usually inaccessible and to support local charities, projects and businesses at the same time.

    Today, we invite you to be part of Galaxy Comic Con 2020.

    Sponsored by

    Condor Ferries 2015 CMYK Small-Use White

    Proudly Supporting

    5c56029b3f3b168ef38e5a1798edef69.png

    AdobeStock_89865661-3.jpeg

    Galaxy Comic Con Jersey is run and  managed by Prestige! Events Jersey.

     

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  • ANDRÉ RIEU – 70 YEARS YOUNG
    7:30 pm-9:30 pm
    2020.01.10

    ENCORE SCREENING

    André Rieu is celebrating a landmark birthday and is inviting cinema audiences all over the world to his party!

    70 YEARS YOUNG is André Rieu’s ultimate concert featuring musical highlights chosen by the maestro himself from his illustrious career so far. This unique commemorative celebration will take you on an unbelievable journey
    around the world to André Rieu’s most amazing concert locations, including Schönbrunn Vienna, Radio City Music Hall New York and the Coronation Concert in Amsterdam.

    As part of the celebration, André Rieu reminisces with cinema host Charlotte Hawkins about his life, love and music, while taking his cinema audience on an
    exclusive tour of his home in Maastricht.

    Bring your friends and kick off the New Year together in style, in the comfort of the cinema, with the most wonderful music from the birthday boy – the King of Waltz! Hip hip hooray!

     

    Tickets:

    Full: £20.00

    Concessions: £18.00

    Performance Time: Fri 10 Jan 2020 – 7.30pm

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  • A Commemoration of the 238th Anniversary of the Battle of Jersey
    8:30 am-2:00 pm
    2020.01.11

    Commemoration of the 238th Anniversary of The Battle of Jersey and the disbandment of the ‘Jersey Company’, Saturday 11th January 2020
    8.30-9am The walk, organised by Frank Falle, a local historian, leaves from St Peter’s car park adjacent to the parish hall
    12 noon Re-group behind the 1781 Jersey Militia, and march from the Town Hall to the Royal Square
    12.10pm Commemoration of the Battle of Jersey in the Royal Square
    1pm Depart Royal Square and march to the Town Hall
    Reception in the Town Hall’s Assembly Room hosted by the Constable of St Helier
    For further information please email fallefr@yahoo.com or contact Vicky Trehorel at victoria.trehorel@posh.gov.je / 811835.

  • Free Irish Language Classes at Jersey Library
    1:00 pm-3:45 pm
    2020.01.11

    Do you speak Gaelic? If not, and you would like to learn, or if you do and would like to practice it more in conversation, then you’ll be pleased hear that the Jersey Irish Society are once again holding free Irish language classes at Jersey Library, starting on Saturday 12 October 2019.

    There will be three separate classes on each day for different groups as follows:

    1.00-1.45pm
    Adult Beginners & Children aged 12+ (accompanied by parents/guardians)

    2.00-2.45pm
    Children aged 5-12 (accompanied by parents/guardians)

    3.00-3.45pm
    Adults with basic Irish language understanding

    Further classes will follow at the same times on the following Saturdays:

    9 November 2019
    30 November 2019
    11 January 2020
    15 February 2020
    21 March 2020
    18 April 2020
    16 May 2020

    If you would like to attend, or would like further information about the classes, please email gaelicjersey@outlook.com.

  • Wassailing at The Elms
    2:00 pm-4:00 pm
    2020.01.11

    Wassailing is said to awaken the cider apple trees and scare away evil spirits to ensure a good harvest! Come along to the Elms, bring ‘noise makers’ (saucepan lids and spoons, bells, anything will do! ), join in the procession, watch the trees being ‘toasted’ in the orchard, enjoy the singing and dancing and a tot of Sloe gin.

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  • WASSAIL
    1:00 pm-3:00 pm
    2020.01.12

    Join Jersey Heritage on this winter warming community event as we celebrate the orchard of Hamptonne with a Wassail.

    This winter warming community event celebrates the orchard of Hamptonne with a Wassail, encouraging a good crop of apples in the Autumn ready for the Cider festival.

    Crown the King and Queen of the Wassail, dance with the Jersey Lilies and enjoy bread, cheese and  a glass of warm cider together…it will be lovely. If you would like to join the merriment. Please arrive for the start at 1pm and please contact us in advance to guarantee a parking space.

  • MET OPERA: Wozzeck – New Production
    6:00 pm-8:00 pm
    2020.01.12

    After wowing audiences with his astounding production of Luluin 2015, South African artist William Kentridge now focuses his extraordinary visual imagination on Berg’s other operatic masterpiece, set in an apocalyptic pre–World War I environment.

    Met Music Director Yannick Nézet-Séguinis on the podium for this important event, with baritone Peter Mattei making his highly anticipated role debut as the title character. Soprano Elza van den Heeveris Wozzeck’s unfaithful mate, and the commanding cast also includes tenor Christopher Ventris as the Drum-Major, bass-baritone Christian Van Hornas the Doctor, and tenor Gerhard Siegel as the Captain.

    ENCORE SCREENING
    TICKETS: £17.50
    CONCESSIONS: £15.50

    MEMBERS: 3.50 OFF

    PERFORMANCE TIME: 6PM

  • Beauty and the Beast
    7:30 pm-4:30 pm
    2020.01.12-2020.01.19

    The JADC is proud to present a wittingly written pantomime by Ben Crocker that has received critical acclaim in the British press.

    Follow Beauty, her brother Jacques, her mum Ma, and Felix – a giant French poodle – on their adventures. Meet the Beast and his servants as he welcomes Beauty to his castle. Watch the wicked Malabelle creating mischief. Will true love shine through to save the day?

    This wholesome, traditional show will have something for everyone – it is touching, scary, funny, engaging and an awful lot of fun.

    “a perfect proper panto” The Times;

    “This Beast is a real beauty….One of the most rejuvenatingly good-natured pantos anywhere in the country” The Daily Telegraph

    Performed under licence from Ben Crocker Pantomimes Ltd

    8 January – 19 January
    7.30pm / Saturday: 2.30pm + 7.30pm / Sunday: 2.30pm

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  • from across the island
    All day
    2020.01.13-2020.02.15

    Drawing from the private collections of members of the Jersey Arts Centre’s Exhibitions sub-committee, both past and present, a diverse and eclectic array of work from across the Island will adorn the walls of the Berni Gallery.

  • LINK GALLERY EXHIBITIONS
    All day
    2020.01.13-2020.01.26

    The Link Gallery hosts a monthly programme of local artists exhibiting their latest work. These exhibitions are always free to access.

    The Link Gallery is located at Jersey Museum and Art Gallery and is an exhibition space betweeen Jersey Museum to the Société Jersiaise. Each month, the gallery features an exhibition by a different Jersey artist, providing local artists  with a central space in St Helier to showcase their work.

    THE LINK GALLERY IS FREE FOR JERSEY HERITAGE MEMBERS AND NON MEMBERS.

    Preoccupations

    A Liberation 75 project by Christine Finn

    Monday 13  to Sunday 26 January

    There are 31,000 German Occupation registration cards held at Jersey Archive, most with formal black and white photographs attached. The purpose of this project is to re-imagine some of those photographs and display them as family portraits.

    The show will open featuring four women who lived at a single address, 54 Don Road, St. Helier, during the Occupation. They include the artist’s mother and grandmother. The project is work-in-progress, with Islanders warmly encouraged to take part over coming months, towards an display of their own portraits during Liberation 75 week.

    Participation is simple. Access the Occupation registration cards at Jersey Archive here. Order a scan for £5, work as a digital file or print and colour by hand to produce an original portrait. Scan and send to christine.finn@gmail.com No formal artistic experience is required, just imagination.

    Experiment with colour, style, fashion over time. Use crayons, paints, inks, felt-tip pens. Print onto paper, cloth; work small or large. Buy frames from charity shops, or re-purpose family ones. Share the scanned image with Jersey diaspora, and work across oceans. This is an inclusive project, and those without direct Occupation connections can join in too, working with families, in classrooms, history groups, in parishes, sharing the project with islanders who lived through the Occupation who, maybe, can remember having their identity photograph taken.

    http://www.vibrantjersey.je/destination/history-and-heritage/museums/jersey-museum-and-art-gallery/

  • Shoplifters
    8:00 pm-10:00 pm
    2020.01.13

    A poverty-stricken family routinely turn to petty thieving. After one of their shoplifting sessions Osamu and Shota find a little girl and take her in. The newly modified ‘family’ lives happily – until an unforeseen incident begins to test their unusual bond. Winner of the 2018 Cannes Palme d’Or.

    £5(£3 students) only available on the door.

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  • Trio Isimsiz
    8:00 pm-10:00 pm
    2020.01.14

    Formed in 2009 at the Guildhall School of Music and Drama, in 2015 the Trio Isimsiz won 1st Prize and the Audience Prize at the Trondheim Competition, and in 2017 2nd Prize at the Haydn Competition in Vienna. The Trio was selected for representation by Young Classical Artists Trust (YCAT) between 2013 and 2018, and in February 2018 won a Borletti-Buitoni Trust Fellowship Award.

    The Trio performs widely in Europe, with highlights including recitals at the Trondheim, Stavanger, Mecklenburg-Vorpommern, and Peasmarsh Festivals (broadcast by BBC Radio 3), the Kolner Philharmonie, Tivoli Concert Hall, Theatre des Abbesses in Paris, Fundacion Juan March in Madrid and Marianischer-Saal in Lucerne. Further afield, they toured in China and Argentina.

    The Trio Isimsiz are currently Fellows at the Guildhall School of Music and Drama. They have collaborated with Anthony Marwood, Krysztof Chorzelski, Richard Lester and Aleksander Madzar and attended IMS Prussia Cove working with Ferenc Rados. Highlights of the 2019 – 2020 season include performances at Wigmore Hall and the Beethoven-Haus Bonn.

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  • Galaxy Comic Con
    10:00 am-5:00 pm
    2020.01.16-2020.02.23

    https://video.wixstatic.com/video/2b48d7_5550ec2256f1405281719ac212a199fc/1080p/mp4/file.mp4

    PRE-ORDER TICKETS NOW TO MAKE SAVINGS!

    LIMITED WEEKEND TICKETS AVAILABLE!

    Book Here

    Like most things, the Galaxy event started back in 2017 as a simple idea.  To bring a comic con event to Jersey, to celebrate our love of pop culture and to bring a fun, modern and exciting event to the Channel Islands.

    Over the course of six months and with the support of a growing group of passionate and talented people, we delivered the first ever Galaxy event in June 2018.  Galaxy – A Sci-Fi Celebration.

    The Event as the name suggests was themed around Sci-Fi, some of the highlights included actors from the original

    Star Wars movies, the DeLorean “Time Machine” from the Back to the Future movie and Boogie Storm who were finalists and golden buzzer winners from Britain’s got Talent!  It garnered attention from media both local and national and to go from concept to delivery of a large scale media event in 6 months was an achievement our team are proud of, and it’s something we wanted to do again.

    We reached out to our guests and customers to find out what we did well, what we didn’t and what they wanted more of.  With that in hand, the next Galaxy event began to take shape to deliver a bigger and more ambitious event, with more to see, more to do and most of all, deliver a planned annual pop culture event to the Channel Islands, to bring an experience to the local community that is usually inaccessible and to support local charities, projects and businesses at the same time.

    Today, we invite you to be part of Galaxy Comic Con 2020.

    Sponsored by

    Condor Ferries 2015 CMYK Small-Use White

    Proudly Supporting

    5c56029b3f3b168ef38e5a1798edef69.png

    AdobeStock_89865661-3.jpeg

    Galaxy Comic Con Jersey is run and  managed by Prestige! Events Jersey.

     

  • Introduction to Watercolour
    10:30 am-12:30 pm
    2020.01.16-2020.02.20

    6 sessions

    Watercolour painting has a special fascination for many of us. Its delicate, transparent colours make it a great medium. This class will take inspiration from Mother Nature, snail shells, rocks, flower pods, fungi and bark and participants will be taken through all the steps from washes to more intricate work.

    All abilities welcome, for beginners and above!

    16 January – 20 February
    10.30am – 12.30pm

  • Beauty and the Beast
    7:30 pm-4:30 pm
    2020.01.16-2020.01.19

    The JADC is proud to present a wittingly written pantomime by Ben Crocker that has received critical acclaim in the British press.

    Follow Beauty, her brother Jacques, her mum Ma, and Felix – a giant French poodle – on their adventures. Meet the Beast and his servants as he welcomes Beauty to his castle. Watch the wicked Malabelle creating mischief. Will true love shine through to save the day?

    This wholesome, traditional show will have something for everyone – it is touching, scary, funny, engaging and an awful lot of fun.

    “a perfect proper panto” The Times;

    “This Beast is a real beauty….One of the most rejuvenatingly good-natured pantos anywhere in the country” The Daily Telegraph

    Performed under licence from Ben Crocker Pantomimes Ltd

    8 January – 19 January
    7.30pm / Saturday: 2.30pm + 7.30pm / Sunday: 2.30pm

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  • from across the island
    All day
    2020.01.20-2020.02.15

    Drawing from the private collections of members of the Jersey Arts Centre’s Exhibitions sub-committee, both past and present, a diverse and eclectic array of work from across the Island will adorn the walls of the Berni Gallery.

  • LINK GALLERY EXHIBITIONS
    All day
    2020.01.20-2020.01.26

    The Link Gallery hosts a monthly programme of local artists exhibiting their latest work. These exhibitions are always free to access.

    The Link Gallery is located at Jersey Museum and Art Gallery and is an exhibition space betweeen Jersey Museum to the Société Jersiaise. Each month, the gallery features an exhibition by a different Jersey artist, providing local artists  with a central space in St Helier to showcase their work.

    THE LINK GALLERY IS FREE FOR JERSEY HERITAGE MEMBERS AND NON MEMBERS.

    Preoccupations

    A Liberation 75 project by Christine Finn

    Monday 13  to Sunday 26 January

    There are 31,000 German Occupation registration cards held at Jersey Archive, most with formal black and white photographs attached. The purpose of this project is to re-imagine some of those photographs and display them as family portraits.

    The show will open featuring four women who lived at a single address, 54 Don Road, St. Helier, during the Occupation. They include the artist’s mother and grandmother. The project is work-in-progress, with Islanders warmly encouraged to take part over coming months, towards an display of their own portraits during Liberation 75 week.

    Participation is simple. Access the Occupation registration cards at Jersey Archive here. Order a scan for £5, work as a digital file or print and colour by hand to produce an original portrait. Scan and send to christine.finn@gmail.com No formal artistic experience is required, just imagination.

    Experiment with colour, style, fashion over time. Use crayons, paints, inks, felt-tip pens. Print onto paper, cloth; work small or large. Buy frames from charity shops, or re-purpose family ones. Share the scanned image with Jersey diaspora, and work across oceans. This is an inclusive project, and those without direct Occupation connections can join in too, working with families, in classrooms, history groups, in parishes, sharing the project with islanders who lived through the Occupation who, maybe, can remember having their identity photograph taken.

    http://www.vibrantjersey.je/destination/history-and-heritage/museums/jersey-museum-and-art-gallery/

  • Oddsocks: Pinocchio
    7:30 pm-9:30 pm
    2020.01.20-2020.01.24

    A wonderfully adventurous story, with heart-warming lessons to learn along the way, as our hand-made boy, Pinocchio, journeys through the world discovering just what it takes to be a real human. From villains and vagabonds to fairies and giant fish, Pinocchio meets adversity and adventure with equal measure and a jolly good dose of humour.

    Will Pinocchio listen to the talking cricket? Will his father regret creating him? Will the whale swallow them whole? Find out when Oddsocks breathe fresh air into this magical tale.

    The Oddsocks troupe tell a lively tale with imagination, music and skill. The story provides ample opportunity for their trademark style of madcap humour and is sure to have the audience rolling in the aisles and really getting involved.

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  • LES QUENNEVAIS’ PRODUCTION – ANNIE
    7:30 pm-9:30 pm
    2020.01.21-2020.01.23

    Les Quennevais School is proud to present its latest stunning show, ‘Annie.’ After last year’s sell out smash hit ‘Oliver!’ the students of Les Quennevais School are back!  ‘Annie’ tells the heartwarming story of a courageous and lonely young girl living a miserable life of poverty in a 1930s New York orphanage. Her luck soon changes when she’s chosen to spend a fairytale Christmas with famous billionaire, Oliver Warbucks. Meanwhile, spiteful Miss Hannigan has other ideas and hatches a plan to spoil Annie’s search for her true family…

    After wowing Jersey Opera House audiences throughout the years, Les Quennevais School are excited to bring the magic of this smash-hit award-winning musical to life! Directed by Sarah Milman, choreographed by Danielle Le Quesne, with music provided by Nigel Arnett and his band, this promises to be another unmissable smash hit!

    “It’s a hard knock life!”

    Tickets

    Adult: £15

    Concessions: £12

    Family/Group of four students: £45 – Family Ticket Offer only available through the Box Office

    All attending Students/Siblings under 16 must be accompanied by at least One Adult

    Performance Time: 7.30pm

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  • Ahimsa – An Evening With Caroline Earle
    5:30 pm-7:00 pm
    2020.01.22

    Ahimsa means respect for all living things and avoidance of violence towards others.

    Author Caroline Earle will be speaking about her six-month Asian adventure which led her to being vegan and subsequently writing a book. She had no idea that life was going to take her this way.

    The evening will appeal to anyone who has ever wanted to quit their job and go travelling. Her book Ahimsa is topical and questioning, in parts funny, sad and increasingly angry. Ultimately it is an uplifting, thought-provoking account of the route to compassion, not least through the simple act of cuddling a cow at an animal sanctuary in India.

    So if you’d like to hear how a menopausal grandmother goes backpacking, join us at 17.30 pm on Wednesday 22 January 2020, at The Lounge.

    Tickets can be purchased on the door for £5 with a tea/coffee included.

    Caroline is happy to sign books on the night.

    http://www.treat.je/listing/the-lounge-for-macmillan-jersey/

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  • Galaxy Comic Con
    10:00 am-5:00 pm
    2020.01.23-2020.02.23

    https://video.wixstatic.com/video/2b48d7_5550ec2256f1405281719ac212a199fc/1080p/mp4/file.mp4

    PRE-ORDER TICKETS NOW TO MAKE SAVINGS!

    LIMITED WEEKEND TICKETS AVAILABLE!

    Book Here

    Like most things, the Galaxy event started back in 2017 as a simple idea.  To bring a comic con event to Jersey, to celebrate our love of pop culture and to bring a fun, modern and exciting event to the Channel Islands.

    Over the course of six months and with the support of a growing group of passionate and talented people, we delivered the first ever Galaxy event in June 2018.  Galaxy – A Sci-Fi Celebration.

    The Event as the name suggests was themed around Sci-Fi, some of the highlights included actors from the original

    Star Wars movies, the DeLorean “Time Machine” from the Back to the Future movie and Boogie Storm who were finalists and golden buzzer winners from Britain’s got Talent!  It garnered attention from media both local and national and to go from concept to delivery of a large scale media event in 6 months was an achievement our team are proud of, and it’s something we wanted to do again.

    We reached out to our guests and customers to find out what we did well, what we didn’t and what they wanted more of.  With that in hand, the next Galaxy event began to take shape to deliver a bigger and more ambitious event, with more to see, more to do and most of all, deliver a planned annual pop culture event to the Channel Islands, to bring an experience to the local community that is usually inaccessible and to support local charities, projects and businesses at the same time.

    Today, we invite you to be part of Galaxy Comic Con 2020.

    Sponsored by

    Condor Ferries 2015 CMYK Small-Use White

    Proudly Supporting

    5c56029b3f3b168ef38e5a1798edef69.png

    AdobeStock_89865661-3.jpeg

    Galaxy Comic Con Jersey is run and  managed by Prestige! Events Jersey.

     

  • DIY Book Production with Patrick Cahill
    2:00 pm-5:00 pm
    2020.01.23

    Join Patrick Cahill at Jersey Library for a free crash-course in how to produce your own books by hand. There are four sessions scheduled for 2-5pm on the below dates. Places on the sessions must be reserved via Eventbrite.

    Thursday 23 January
    Friday 24 January
    Thursday 20 February
    Friday 21 February

    This event is rescheduled from last year’ s Jersey Festival of Words and is kindly supported by the Société Jersiaise.

    Books, booklets, zines, pamphlets, e-books, whatever name they go by, getting your content into book form is the first of step towards sharing it with an audience. In this short workshop we look at the principles of paper based book production. We will explore the structural components of a book, their limitations, and pre-press considerations, before introducing some basic binding techniques through practical tasks.

    Tools, equipment and materials will be provided.

  • Guitar for Beginners
    6:00 pm
    2020.01.23-2020.02.20

    5 sessions

    Discover how to play chords, melodies, finger-pick and read tablature, while exploring a range of musical styles. Professional guitarist Carole Le Gresley of Bossa Basseline Music will help you develop good technique and impart the knowledge you need to continue your guitar playing long after this course ends.

    Please bring your own guitar, preferably acoustic.

    23 January – 20 February
    6pm – 8pm

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  • DIY Book Production with Patrick Cahill
    2:00 pm-5:00 pm
    2020.01.24

    Join Patrick Cahill at Jersey Library for a free crash-course in how to produce your own books by hand. There are four sessions scheduled for 2-5pm on the below dates. Places on the sessions must be reserved via Eventbrite.

    Thursday 23 January
    Friday 24 January
    Thursday 20 February
    Friday 21 February

    This event is rescheduled from last year’ s Jersey Festival of Words and is kindly supported by the Société Jersiaise.

    Books, booklets, zines, pamphlets, e-books, whatever name they go by, getting your content into book form is the first of step towards sharing it with an audience. In this short workshop we look at the principles of paper based book production. We will explore the structural components of a book, their limitations, and pre-press considerations, before introducing some basic binding techniques through practical tasks.

    Tools, equipment and materials will be provided.

  • Jersey Reds v Yorkshire Carnegie
    7:45 pm-10:45 pm
    2020.01.24

    📣 FRIDAY NIGHT LIGHTS! 📣

    Join us for another exciting Championship fixture at Stade Santander International 📍🏟️

    🆚 Yorkshire Carnegie
    🗓️ Friday 24th January
    ⏱️ KO 7.45pm

    🎟️ Tickets available to purchase online via our website – follow the link

  • Criminal Minds: the Psychology of Serial Killers
    8:00 pm-10:00 pm
    2020.01.24

    Learn about serial killers you’ve never heard of before as Jennifer Rees explores one of forensic psychology’s most troubling topics.

    This is an academic talk which will draw on brain scans, medical records, journal papers, statistics and case studies to provide even the most avid true crime or forensic psychology fan with deeper understanding of the phenomenon.

    During this talk, you will discover how serial killers are classified. What are the differences between Lust like the BTK (Bind, Torture, Kill) Killer, and Visionary killers such as David Berkowitz (Son of Sam)?

    Jennifer will also debunk common serial killer myths – you may be surprised by what you learn! Jennifer will use statistical profiling to explore the truth behind the commonly-cited profile of a serial killer as being a white male in his mid-to-late twenties.

    How common are homicidal fantasies? Have you ever fantasised about killing someone? You may be surprised by the results of the research!

    Why do women fall in love with known serial killers? Jennifer will discuss the clinical knowledge surrounding why serial killers gain admirers, fan mail, and even spouses in light of their atrocious crimes.

    You will also investigate the phenomenon of killer couples such as Fred and Rose West and The Moors Murderers Ian Brady and Myra Hindley, as well exploring the Folie à deux syndrome, a.k.a ‘shared psychosis’.

    Jennifer will also explain to you why you’re so fascinated by serial killers!

    Performance Time: 8PM

    Tickets:

    Full: £25

    Concessions: £20

    Talk not appropriate for under 18’s

  • Juke at The Blue Note
    9:00 pm-11:00 pm
    2020.01.24

    Looking forward to smashing out some electric blues at our first gig of the new year with covers from BB King, Otis Rush, Rory Gallagher, ZZ Top and more…

  • More events
    • DIY Book Production with Patrick Cahill
      2:00 pm-5:00 pm
      2020.01.24

      Join Patrick Cahill at Jersey Library for a free crash-course in how to produce your own books by hand. There are four sessions scheduled for 2-5pm on the below dates. Places on the sessions must be reserved via Eventbrite.

      Thursday 23 January
      Friday 24 January
      Thursday 20 February
      Friday 21 February

      This event is rescheduled from last year’ s Jersey Festival of Words and is kindly supported by the Société Jersiaise.

      Books, booklets, zines, pamphlets, e-books, whatever name they go by, getting your content into book form is the first of step towards sharing it with an audience. In this short workshop we look at the principles of paper based book production. We will explore the structural components of a book, their limitations, and pre-press considerations, before introducing some basic binding techniques through practical tasks.

      Tools, equipment and materials will be provided.

    • Jersey Reds v Yorkshire Carnegie
      7:45 pm-10:45 pm
      2020.01.24

      📣 FRIDAY NIGHT LIGHTS! 📣

      Join us for another exciting Championship fixture at Stade Santander International 📍🏟️

      🆚 Yorkshire Carnegie
      🗓️ Friday 24th January
      ⏱️ KO 7.45pm

      🎟️ Tickets available to purchase online via our website – follow the link

    • Criminal Minds: the Psychology of Serial Killers
      8:00 pm-10:00 pm
      2020.01.24

      Learn about serial killers you’ve never heard of before as Jennifer Rees explores one of forensic psychology’s most troubling topics.

      This is an academic talk which will draw on brain scans, medical records, journal papers, statistics and case studies to provide even the most avid true crime or forensic psychology fan with deeper understanding of the phenomenon.

      During this talk, you will discover how serial killers are classified. What are the differences between Lust like the BTK (Bind, Torture, Kill) Killer, and Visionary killers such as David Berkowitz (Son of Sam)?

      Jennifer will also debunk common serial killer myths – you may be surprised by what you learn! Jennifer will use statistical profiling to explore the truth behind the commonly-cited profile of a serial killer as being a white male in his mid-to-late twenties.

      How common are homicidal fantasies? Have you ever fantasised about killing someone? You may be surprised by the results of the research!

      Why do women fall in love with known serial killers? Jennifer will discuss the clinical knowledge surrounding why serial killers gain admirers, fan mail, and even spouses in light of their atrocious crimes.

      You will also investigate the phenomenon of killer couples such as Fred and Rose West and The Moors Murderers Ian Brady and Myra Hindley, as well exploring the Folie à deux syndrome, a.k.a ‘shared psychosis’.

      Jennifer will also explain to you why you’re so fascinated by serial killers!

      Performance Time: 8PM

      Tickets:

      Full: £25

      Concessions: £20

      Talk not appropriate for under 18’s

    • Juke at The Blue Note
      9:00 pm-11:00 pm
      2020.01.24

      Looking forward to smashing out some electric blues at our first gig of the new year with covers from BB King, Otis Rush, Rory Gallagher, ZZ Top and more…

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  • Paws Accessories – In-store Stall
    10:00 am-2:00 pm
    2020.01.25

    Our first inshore sale! Please pop by to say hello and view our products on offer!

    http://www.vibrantjersey.je/destination/17901-2/

  • Polo the Bear: Climate Change Learning & Activity Session
    10:30 am-11:30 am
    2020.01.25

    Is your child aged 7-11 and interested in learning more about climate change? If so, they should join us for a fun and practical session at 10.30am on Saturday 25 January at Jersey Library. Children will learn more about the effects of climate change and how each of us can take action to make a positive difference.

    This session will celebrate the donation of copies of Alan J. Hesse’s acclaimed graphic novel ‘Polo the Bear’ to all primary schools and libraries in Jersey, kindly supported by Rathbones. The book takes readers on an eye-opening, global journey of discovery of the causes and effects of climate change around the world, what people are doing about it, and how each one of us can play our part to make a change for the better.

    Activities will be led by Mrs Andrea Lathwell, Head of Science at St Georges Preparatory School and the first UN-accredited climate change teacher in Jersey. If you’ve made a New Year’s Resolution to live a life that’s better for our planet, this fun session will be a fantastic place to start.

  • Holocaust Memorial Poetry Workshop
    11:00 am-1:00 pm
    2020.01.25

    ‘Stand Together’

    Pre booking required

    Join local poet Juliette Hart in this 2-hour workshop dedicated to exploring the 2020 Holocaust Memorial Day theme: ‘Stand Together’. This is an opportunity for writers both new and experienced to share ideas and create meaningful pieces with a reflective message.

  • Music In Action presents: Love Stories
    12:00 pm-10:00 pm
    2020.01.25

    Love Stories

    Jersey Chamber Orchestra

    Soloist: Anna Fedorova • Choir: Musical Originals

    Conductor: Eamonn Dougan

    Enjoy an evening of romance with some of the most passionate and uplifting music ever written while raising money for the Oscar Maclean Foundation.

    The Jersey Chamber Orchestra is joined by international virtuoso pianist Anna Fedorova to perform Rachmaninov’s iconic Piano Concerto No 2. Her performance of this piece is Youtube’s most watched classical concerto, so an opportunity to hear her live is not to be missed!

    A whirlwind exploration of Love Stories, the programme includes music by Verdi, Elgar, Mendelssohn, Delius, and the King of the Waltz, J. Strauss II. The award-winning Musical Originals choir joins the orchestra for music by Barber, Weir, and a new setting of an old favourite from Lenny Sayers.

    Please note the change to the original programme.

    Three local children’s choirs and a string quartet from the orchestra take a relaxed, informal approach to Love Stories in a Family Concert at lunchtime.

    The concerts are generously supported by Mulberry Property Management and UBS Wealth Management Jersey

    Programme:

    Verdi: Prelude to La Traviata   3’

    Rachmaninov: Piano Concerto No. 2     35’

    INTERVAL

    Mendelssohn: Wedding March from A Midsummer Night’s Dream      4’

    Delius: A Walk to the Paradise Garden from A Village Romeo and Juliet       9’

    Barber: Sure on this Shining Night      3’

    Sayers: The Owl and the Pussycat      5’

    Ingelgem: Kuss      3’

    Weir: I Carry your Heart with me       3’

    Elgar: Salut d’Amour       3’

    Strauss II: Roses from the South 9’

    Concert: 8pm

    Q and A with Anna Fedorova at 7pm

    Family Concert: 12 noon

     

    Tickets:

    Adult Tickets – Upper circle: £18

    Adult Tickets – Dress circle and Stalls: £25 – £27.50

    Students: £15

    Children under 16:  £5

    Senior Citizens: £1.00 off all ticket prices

    Family Matinee Tickets:

    Adult: £12

    Children: £5

  • The Outside Track
    8:00 pm-10:00 pm
    2020.01.25

    The Outside Track return to Jersey Arts Centre with their stunning synthesis of virtuosity and energy. Their marriage of Canadian, Scottish and Irish music and song has been rapturously received around the world. Hailing from Scotland, Ireland, Cape Breton and Vancouver, its five members are united by a love of traditional music and a commitment to creating new music on its foundation. Using fiddle, accordian, harp, guitar, flute, step-dance and vocals these five virtuosos blend boundless energy with unmistakable joie de vivre.

  • More events
    • Paws Accessories - In-store Stall
      10:00 am-2:00 pm
      2020.01.25

      Our first inshore sale! Please pop by to say hello and view our products on offer!

      http://www.vibrantjersey.je/destination/17901-2/

    • Polo the Bear: Climate Change Learning & Activity Session
      10:30 am-11:30 am
      2020.01.25

      Is your child aged 7-11 and interested in learning more about climate change? If so, they should join us for a fun and practical session at 10.30am on Saturday 25 January at Jersey Library. Children will learn more about the effects of climate change and how each of us can take action to make a positive difference.

      This session will celebrate the donation of copies of Alan J. Hesse’s acclaimed graphic novel ‘Polo the Bear’ to all primary schools and libraries in Jersey, kindly supported by Rathbones. The book takes readers on an eye-opening, global journey of discovery of the causes and effects of climate change around the world, what people are doing about it, and how each one of us can play our part to make a change for the better.

      Activities will be led by Mrs Andrea Lathwell, Head of Science at St Georges Preparatory School and the first UN-accredited climate change teacher in Jersey. If you’ve made a New Year’s Resolution to live a life that’s better for our planet, this fun session will be a fantastic place to start.

    • Holocaust Memorial Poetry Workshop
      11:00 am-1:00 pm
      2020.01.25

      ‘Stand Together’

      Pre booking required

      Join local poet Juliette Hart in this 2-hour workshop dedicated to exploring the 2020 Holocaust Memorial Day theme: ‘Stand Together’. This is an opportunity for writers both new and experienced to share ideas and create meaningful pieces with a reflective message.

    • Music In Action presents: Love Stories
      12:00 pm-10:00 pm
      2020.01.25

      Love Stories

      Jersey Chamber Orchestra

      Soloist: Anna Fedorova • Choir: Musical Originals

      Conductor: Eamonn Dougan

      Enjoy an evening of romance with some of the most passionate and uplifting music ever written while raising money for the Oscar Maclean Foundation.

      The Jersey Chamber Orchestra is joined by international virtuoso pianist Anna Fedorova to perform Rachmaninov’s iconic Piano Concerto No 2. Her performance of this piece is Youtube’s most watched classical concerto, so an opportunity to hear her live is not to be missed!

      A whirlwind exploration of Love Stories, the programme includes music by Verdi, Elgar, Mendelssohn, Delius, and the King of the Waltz, J. Strauss II. The award-winning Musical Originals choir joins the orchestra for music by Barber, Weir, and a new setting of an old favourite from Lenny Sayers.

      Please note the change to the original programme.

      Three local children’s choirs and a string quartet from the orchestra take a relaxed, informal approach to Love Stories in a Family Concert at lunchtime.

      The concerts are generously supported by Mulberry Property Management and UBS Wealth Management Jersey

      Programme:

      Verdi: Prelude to La Traviata   3’

      Rachmaninov: Piano Concerto No. 2     35’

      INTERVAL

      Mendelssohn: Wedding March from A Midsummer Night’s Dream      4’

      Delius: A Walk to the Paradise Garden from A Village Romeo and Juliet       9’

      Barber: Sure on this Shining Night      3’

      Sayers: The Owl and the Pussycat      5’

      Ingelgem: Kuss      3’

      Weir: I Carry your Heart with me       3’

      Elgar: Salut d’Amour       3’

      Strauss II: Roses from the South 9’

      Concert: 8pm

      Q and A with Anna Fedorova at 7pm

      Family Concert: 12 noon

       

      Tickets:

      Adult Tickets – Upper circle: £18

      Adult Tickets – Dress circle and Stalls: £25 – £27.50

      Students: £15

      Children under 16:  £5

      Senior Citizens: £1.00 off all ticket prices

      Family Matinee Tickets:

      Adult: £12

      Children: £5

    • The Outside Track
      8:00 pm-10:00 pm
      2020.01.25

      The Outside Track return to Jersey Arts Centre with their stunning synthesis of virtuosity and energy. Their marriage of Canadian, Scottish and Irish music and song has been rapturously received around the world. Hailing from Scotland, Ireland, Cape Breton and Vancouver, its five members are united by a love of traditional music and a commitment to creating new music on its foundation. Using fiddle, accordian, harp, guitar, flute, step-dance and vocals these five virtuosos blend boundless energy with unmistakable joie de vivre.

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  • from across the island
    All day
    2020.01.27-2020.02.15

    Drawing from the private collections of members of the Jersey Arts Centre’s Exhibitions sub-committee, both past and present, a diverse and eclectic array of work from across the Island will adorn the walls of the Berni Gallery.

  • History of Art
    6:00 pm-8:00 pm
    2020.01.27-2020.03.09

    6 sessions

    Back by popular demand! This course is now running twice in the season due to popularity.

    Do you know your Baroque from Rococo? And the Ancien Regime? Ever wondered who created three dimensional paintings and perspective in Renaissance art? And would you like to study Picasso’s paintings that changed the art world and started the Cubist movement?

    Lisa Oxenden-Wray, graduate of the Courtauld Institute of Art will take you on a visual journey of the earliest known Lascaux Cave paintings through the Renaissance, the Dutch Golden Age and Impressionism to Surrealist Marcel Du Champs’ controversial “urinal” up to today’s New Artists such as Damien Hirst.

    Join Lisa on her course for an informative and exciting journey through the history of art. Perfect for those with a practical knowledge of art, as well as those interested in the historical aspect, this course will broaden your artistic horizons and maybe even inform your own work.

    27 January – 9 March
    6pm – 8pm

  • The Happy Prince
    8:00 pm-10:00 pm
    2020.01.27

    When released from prison following a conviction for gross indecency, Oscar Wilde goes into exile in Naples and Paris. On his death bed his eventful life comes flooding back via expertly interspersed flashbacks.

    £5 (£3 students) only available on the door.

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  • MEET THE COLLECTIONS
    4:00 pm-8:00 pm
    2020.01.29

    Get behind the scenes and access the Jersey Heritage art, object and archaeology stores.

    An opportunity to get behind the scenes and access the Jersey Heritage art, object and archaeology stores.  All of the tours are free to join but pre-booking is essential by calling 01534 633324.

    Free parking at the Blacksmith Arms, meet at the object store behind the Sir Francis Cook Gallery, access through gravelled road just past Sir Francis Gallery on Trinity main road.

    How to find the Sir Francis Cook Gallery. Map

    Wednesday 29 January – 4pm to 8pm – Tours of the Object Store all evening, at 4.15pm, 5.15pm, 6.15pm and 7.15pm.

  • Elegance and Decadence in the Regency Era
    6:30 pm-7:45 pm
    2020.01.29

    A talk and tasting session at 16 New Street

    The Regency period lasted a mere nine years, from February 1811 when Prince George became Regent in place of his ‘insane’ father, George III, until 29th January 1820 when he ascended to the throne as George IV. And yet this short period in history was a fascinating era for all sorts of reasons: Jane Austen anonymously published her first novel in 1811… Lord Byron embarked on a well-publicised affair with a married woman that shook the public in 1812…and George Stephenson invented the steam train in 1814.

    Join us on the anniversary of King George IV’s accession to the throne for a talk on the Regency period and indulge in some typical Regency treats afterwards.

    The Trust offers substantially reduced rates for Members. Membership of the National Trust for Jersey starts from £30 for an adult and £15 for a child per annum. If you become a Trust member, you can use your card to access National Trust properties in the UK and around the world as well as here in Jersey free of charge. If you are interested in becoming a member click HERE

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  • Galaxy Comic Con
    10:00 am-5:00 pm
    2020.01.30-2020.02.23

    https://video.wixstatic.com/video/2b48d7_5550ec2256f1405281719ac212a199fc/1080p/mp4/file.mp4

    PRE-ORDER TICKETS NOW TO MAKE SAVINGS!

    LIMITED WEEKEND TICKETS AVAILABLE!

    Book Here

    Like most things, the Galaxy event started back in 2017 as a simple idea.  To bring a comic con event to Jersey, to celebrate our love of pop culture and to bring a fun, modern and exciting event to the Channel Islands.

    Over the course of six months and with the support of a growing group of passionate and talented people, we delivered the first ever Galaxy event in June 2018.  Galaxy – A Sci-Fi Celebration.

    The Event as the name suggests was themed around Sci-Fi, some of the highlights included actors from the original

    Star Wars movies, the DeLorean “Time Machine” from the Back to the Future movie and Boogie Storm who were finalists and golden buzzer winners from Britain’s got Talent!  It garnered attention from media both local and national and to go from concept to delivery of a large scale media event in 6 months was an achievement our team are proud of, and it’s something we wanted to do again.

    We reached out to our guests and customers to find out what we did well, what we didn’t and what they wanted more of.  With that in hand, the next Galaxy event began to take shape to deliver a bigger and more ambitious event, with more to see, more to do and most of all, deliver a planned annual pop culture event to the Channel Islands, to bring an experience to the local community that is usually inaccessible and to support local charities, projects and businesses at the same time.

    Today, we invite you to be part of Galaxy Comic Con 2020.

    Sponsored by

    Condor Ferries 2015 CMYK Small-Use White

    Proudly Supporting

    5c56029b3f3b168ef38e5a1798edef69.png

    AdobeStock_89865661-3.jpeg

    Galaxy Comic Con Jersey is run and  managed by Prestige! Events Jersey.

     

  • Silhouette Studios Presents: On Pointe
    7:00 pm-9:00 pm
    2020.01.30-2020.02.01

    Come and join the Students from Silhouette Studios of Performance as they take you on an entertaining journey of music and dance. Don’t miss out on our Bi-annual full school show and the chance to see the stars of the future!

    January Thursday 30th , Friday  31st & February Saturday 1st

    Performance time : Thurs-Sat 7pm and Saturday Matinee 1.30pm

    Ticket prices:

    Adults: £16

    Concessions and under 16’s: £12

  • Originals At The Trafalgar
    7:30 pm-10:00 pm
    2020.01.30

    Come along and play us your originals – or come along and support! The winter nights are long enough without staying at home. Reply here, or by PM to Foolish Things or Mia Mannion, to get a spot allocated.

    http://www.vibrantjersey.je/destination/musicians/foolish-things/

  • Edmund / Edgar
    8:00 pm-10:00 pm
    2020.01.30

    Two actors prepare.

    In a production of King Lear, they have been cast as the brothers Edmund and Edgar, sons of Gloucester. As in Shakespeare’s day, they have been given only their own parts to learn. However on the night of the performance, none of the other actors have turned up. A truly experimental and improvised performance, actors Jeremy Hardingham and Jonny Liron will meet for the first time on stage having learnt their lines but never rehearsed, and attempt to get through one of Shakespeare’s most riveting plays with none of the other actors to help them.

    It could be brilliant, it could be terrible. The only way to find out is to turn up.

    “…the time will bring it out”

  • More events
    • Galaxy Comic Con
      10:00 am-5:00 pm
      2020.01.30-2020.02.23

      https://video.wixstatic.com/video/2b48d7_5550ec2256f1405281719ac212a199fc/1080p/mp4/file.mp4

      PRE-ORDER TICKETS NOW TO MAKE SAVINGS!

      LIMITED WEEKEND TICKETS AVAILABLE!

      Book Here

      Like most things, the Galaxy event started back in 2017 as a simple idea.  To bring a comic con event to Jersey, to celebrate our love of pop culture and to bring a fun, modern and exciting event to the Channel Islands.

      Over the course of six months and with the support of a growing group of passionate and talented people, we delivered the first ever Galaxy event in June 2018.  Galaxy – A Sci-Fi Celebration.

      The Event as the name suggests was themed around Sci-Fi, some of the highlights included actors from the original

      Star Wars movies, the DeLorean “Time Machine” from the Back to the Future movie and Boogie Storm who were finalists and golden buzzer winners from Britain’s got Talent!  It garnered attention from media both local and national and to go from concept to delivery of a large scale media event in 6 months was an achievement our team are proud of, and it’s something we wanted to do again.

      We reached out to our guests and customers to find out what we did well, what we didn’t and what they wanted more of.  With that in hand, the next Galaxy event began to take shape to deliver a bigger and more ambitious event, with more to see, more to do and most of all, deliver a planned annual pop culture event to the Channel Islands, to bring an experience to the local community that is usually inaccessible and to support local charities, projects and businesses at the same time.

      Today, we invite you to be part of Galaxy Comic Con 2020.

      Sponsored by

      Condor Ferries 2015 CMYK Small-Use White

      Proudly Supporting

      5c56029b3f3b168ef38e5a1798edef69.png

      AdobeStock_89865661-3.jpeg

      Galaxy Comic Con Jersey is run and  managed by Prestige! Events Jersey.

       

    • Silhouette Studios Presents: On Pointe
      7:00 pm-9:00 pm
      2020.01.30-2020.02.01

      Come and join the Students from Silhouette Studios of Performance as they take you on an entertaining journey of music and dance. Don’t miss out on our Bi-annual full school show and the chance to see the stars of the future!

      January Thursday 30th , Friday  31st & February Saturday 1st

      Performance time : Thurs-Sat 7pm and Saturday Matinee 1.30pm

      Ticket prices:

      Adults: £16

      Concessions and under 16’s: £12

    • Originals At The Trafalgar
      7:30 pm-10:00 pm
      2020.01.30

      Come along and play us your originals – or come along and support! The winter nights are long enough without staying at home. Reply here, or by PM to Foolish Things or Mia Mannion, to get a spot allocated.

      http://www.vibrantjersey.je/destination/musicians/foolish-things/

    • Edmund / Edgar
      8:00 pm-10:00 pm
      2020.01.30

      Two actors prepare.

      In a production of King Lear, they have been cast as the brothers Edmund and Edgar, sons of Gloucester. As in Shakespeare’s day, they have been given only their own parts to learn. However on the night of the performance, none of the other actors have turned up. A truly experimental and improvised performance, actors Jeremy Hardingham and Jonny Liron will meet for the first time on stage having learnt their lines but never rehearsed, and attempt to get through one of Shakespeare’s most riveting plays with none of the other actors to help them.

      It could be brilliant, it could be terrible. The only way to find out is to turn up.

      “…the time will bring it out”

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  • The Twice Read Tale Sale
    7:30 am-1:00 pm
    2020.01.31-2020.02.01

    Are you trying to become more shelf-aware in 2020?

    Perhaps a novel approach is to come along to our end of month sale on Saturday 31st of January and the 1st of Febuary!

    ALL BOOKS 50p!!

    That’s right, reading is Lit at The Lounge!

    Grab some bargains and a brew!

    http://www.treat.je/listing/the-lounge-for-macmillan-jersey/

  • Lunchtime Talk: The Jersey Heart Support Group
    1:10 pm-1:50 pm
    2020.01.31

    Join us at 1.10pm on Friday 31 January for a talk about The Jersey Heart Support Group, delivered by Pamela le Clercq.

    The small charity (membership number: AJC381) was formed in 2011 by cardiac patients, for the benefit of cardiac patients in Jersey. The Group is largely responsible in providing and giving advice for the supply & position of the many defibrillators found all round the Island, both for the general public’s use and c/o private enterprise. They hold weekly cardiac exercise classes for those who have already completed their mandatory exercise rehabilitation after a heart event, procedure or surgery, and are in close contact with the Hospital’s cardiac team and consultants.

    Learn more about the charity, their work and their special coffee mornings – where they show members of the public how to perform CPR and use a defibrillator, as well as raise funds – at this informative talk. Free admission, no booking required.

  • Needle Felting Classes 2020
    1:30 pm-4:00 pm
    2020.01.31

    2020 dates for Beverley Speck’s popular needle felting workshops have just been announced! Book soon to avoid disappointment!

  • Everybody Dance Now
    7:00 pm-8:00 pm
    2020.01.31-2020.02.02

    The Emma Jane Dance Academy are excited to present their 14th annual show, proudly sponsored by JEMEC Automotive, Five Oaks.

    An extravaganza of ballet, modern, cheerleading, jazz, tap, street dance and acro.

    The EJDA will have over 200 local dancers performing in this exciting new show “Everybody Dance Now’.

    A donation to charity will be made from the proceeds that are raised.

    31 January – 2 February
    Friday 31 January: 7pm / Saturday 1 February + Sunday 2 February: 1.30pm + 6pm

  • More events
    • The Twice Read Tale Sale
      7:30 am-1:00 pm
      2020.01.31-2020.02.01

      Are you trying to become more shelf-aware in 2020?

      Perhaps a novel approach is to come along to our end of month sale on Saturday 31st of January and the 1st of Febuary!

      ALL BOOKS 50p!!

      That’s right, reading is Lit at The Lounge!

      Grab some bargains and a brew!

      http://www.treat.je/listing/the-lounge-for-macmillan-jersey/

    • Lunchtime Talk: The Jersey Heart Support Group
      1:10 pm-1:50 pm
      2020.01.31

      Join us at 1.10pm on Friday 31 January for a talk about The Jersey Heart Support Group, delivered by Pamela le Clercq.

      The small charity (membership number: AJC381) was formed in 2011 by cardiac patients, for the benefit of cardiac patients in Jersey. The Group is largely responsible in providing and giving advice for the supply & position of the many defibrillators found all round the Island, both for the general public’s use and c/o private enterprise. They hold weekly cardiac exercise classes for those who have already completed their mandatory exercise rehabilitation after a heart event, procedure or surgery, and are in close contact with the Hospital’s cardiac team and consultants.

      Learn more about the charity, their work and their special coffee mornings – where they show members of the public how to perform CPR and use a defibrillator, as well as raise funds – at this informative talk. Free admission, no booking required.

    • Needle Felting Classes 2020
      1:30 pm-4:00 pm
      2020.01.31

      2020 dates for Beverley Speck’s popular needle felting workshops have just been announced! Book soon to avoid disappointment!

    • Everybody Dance Now
      7:00 pm-8:00 pm
      2020.01.31-2020.02.02

      The Emma Jane Dance Academy are excited to present their 14th annual show, proudly sponsored by JEMEC Automotive, Five Oaks.

      An extravaganza of ballet, modern, cheerleading, jazz, tap, street dance and acro.

      The EJDA will have over 200 local dancers performing in this exciting new show “Everybody Dance Now’.

      A donation to charity will be made from the proceeds that are raised.

      31 January – 2 February
      Friday 31 January: 7pm / Saturday 1 February + Sunday 2 February: 1.30pm + 6pm

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