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  • MEET THE COLLECTIONS
    All day
    2022.10.01

    Your chance to see some of the unique, beautiful, unusual and sometimes commonplace objects, works of art, archives, textiles and archaeological material cared for by Jersey Heritage, dating from the Ice Age to the present day.

    1 October at Sir Francis Cook Gallery
    All things maritime, from marine salvage and archaeology to model ships and shipping charts.

    The collections that Jersey Heritage look after comprise hundreds of thousands of items, including archaeology, social history objects, art and archive material. The majority of these collections are stored in one of our object stores or at the Jersey Archive, while some items can be seen on display at our visitor sites.

    Our ‘Meet the Collections’ events will give members of the public the opportunity to see some of the fascinating items in our collections that are not usually on display at one of our sites. With a different theme each month, our collections team will be selecting some of their favourite objects to show and will be on hand at these events to talk to the public about what these objects are, where they came from and what they can tell us about our Island’s history.

    Come along and see something different from the collection. All events will be open from 10am-2pm and are free to attend.

  • ‘The Art of Light’ by local photographer Vince Thorne
    All day
    2022.10.01-2022.10.22

    Vince Thorne is delighted to announce his upcoming second solo photographic exhibition ‘The Art of Light’ which will open at The Harbour Gallery Jersey in St Aubin on Thursday 22nd September and continue until 13th October.Vince is a well-established local Jersey photographer, best known for his breath-taking landscape and wedding photography in addition to portraiture work including his most recent photographic competition ‘Child of the Year 2022’, voting for which will be open at the beginning of October.’The Art of Light’ is a photographic exhibition featuring Vince’s work from various stages of his photographic career as it has evolved over time. Talking about the exhibition, Vince explains “Photography is a way of feeling, of touching, of loving. What you have caught on film is captured forever. It remembers little things, long after you have forgotten everything.”The exhibition features a range of subjects all displaying various types of natural and man-made lighting from the tranquillity and colour of local Jersey scenery, vibrant still life imagery and dramatic architecture to rich and evocative night-time photography.Reflecting on his latest body of work, Vince said “Let’s travel into the past to see where my passion started and on into the present. I look for the new and the unusual along with photographic excellence.”The exhibition will officially open on Thursday 22nd September from 6.30pm to 8pm and along with a silent auction and exclusive limited-edition prints for sale on the evening, a raffle will be run in aid of Art in the Frame Foundation, the managing charity of The Harbour Gallery.

    The exhibition continues until 13th October from 10am to 4.30pm daily.

    ABOUT VINCE THORNE BESPOKE PHOTOGRAPHY: Vince is a well-respected, professional freelance photographer, based in St Helier, Jersey. Specialising in a variety of areas, from weddings to portrait, landscape and commercial photography, his distinctive, contemporary style of work, is expressed through his stunning and imaginative visuals. For Vince, photography is much more than just taking a photo, being able to capture a specific moment, that you can look back on for years to come, is just like travelling in time. More information can be found at www.vincethorne.com.

    Vince Thorne

    07797 753213

    [email protected]

    www.theharbourgalleryjersey.com

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

  • The Queen`s Visits To Jersey
    9:00 am-5:00 pm
    2022.10.01-2023.03.06

    An exhibition at Jersey Archive to mark the Platinum Jubilee.

    To mark the Platinum Jubilee, a FREE exhibition at Jersey Archive exploring the Royal Visits of the Monarch to our Island before and during her 70 years on the throne. Using images from the Jersey Evening Post Photo Archive and documents from the archive.

    Jersey Archive is open Monday to Thursday, 9am to 1pm and 2pm to 5pm.

  • Castle Gunner
    11:00 am-3:30 pm
    2022.10.01-2023.01.07

    Meet the Castle Gunner at Elizabeth Castle, every weekday from 11am to 3.30pm.

    GUNNER GILLMAN

    Tuesday, Wednesday,  Thursday and Friday

    11am to 3.30pm in April

    10am to 4pm from May to end September

    It’s the year 1781, just months after the legendary battle of Jersey.  Gunner Gillman for the Royal Artillery Invalid Battalion, will captivate you with an account of the battle and tell you stories from the Castle’s dramatic past.  But, be prepared to  be drafted into the Midday Parade and witness the firing of the musket and cannon….it will be an experience to remember.

    GUNNER BLAKE

    Saturdays 11am to 2pm

    Gunner Blake will delight you with tales of his mother’s bean crock, among other delicacies, as he unravels the threads of Jersey’s history.  His skilled gunnery will ensure that you learn how to lead the signal gun in a way which will pack a punch when fired!

    GUNNER BELL

    Wednesdays 10am to 4pm

    Don’t be fooled by Gunner Bell’s impeccable manners and jolly disposition….a lifetime career in His Majesty’s service has hardened Gunner Bell to the wit and humour of the cheekiest of recruits.  His clear-cut demonstrations of cannon and musket fire are something to marvel at.  Gunner Bell does not visit the Castle every week, to avoid disappointment please call Elizabeth Castle on +44 (0)1534 723 971

  • Church and community Harvest Supper & Cabaret
    6:30 pm-10:00 pm
    2022.10.01

    St Johns Parish Church & community Harvest Supper & Cabaret at the Parish Hall on Saturday 1 October from 6.30pm
    St Johns Parish Church & members of the community are organising a Supper & Cabaret to celebrate Harvest festival this year at the Parish Hall on Saturday 1st October 2022.
    Doors open at 6.30pm for a 7.00pm start, until approximately 9:30/10pm.
    It promises to be a fun evening of good food and a cabaret to include tributes to ABBA, Morecombe & Wise, The Batchelors, Louis Armstrong and Sinatra etc. and surprise artistes from within the community.
    Two course supper with main course and pudding. Bring your own drinks and nibbles.
    Tables of 8; you can book for a party of 8 or book fewer numbers and join with others on the evening.
    The evening will also include a fun raffle with attractive prizes.
    Tickets available HERE
  • Saturday Latin Jazz – Adria Godfrey
    8:00 pm-10:30 pm
    2022.10.01

    “When it comes to her approach to music, Adria is a spirit that knows no boundaries. In addition to having a beautiful voice and the uncanny ability to connect with her audience, she is a natural performer.
    When Adria performs, she will transport you back to her Latin musical roots, accompanied by her band. Infusing a contemporary edge into this irresistible music, this band creates an absolutely sensational and authentic musical experience for the audience.
    Do not forget to make your reservation to avoid disappointment as space is limited…
    ☎️ 01534 727521 –
    📧 [email protected]
    PM or book online https://bit.ly/2LykePH
  • Horse & Hound Entertainment
    8:30 pm-10:30 pm
    2022.10.01

    ONE MORE TIME WITH FEELING are the Live music entertainment this Saturday from 8:30.

    Sing a-long to the big songs for a cracker of a night

  • More events
    • MEET THE COLLECTIONS
      All day
      2022.10.01

      Your chance to see some of the unique, beautiful, unusual and sometimes commonplace objects, works of art, archives, textiles and archaeological material cared for by Jersey Heritage, dating from the Ice Age to the present day.

      1 October at Sir Francis Cook Gallery
      All things maritime, from marine salvage and archaeology to model ships and shipping charts.

      The collections that Jersey Heritage look after comprise hundreds of thousands of items, including archaeology, social history objects, art and archive material. The majority of these collections are stored in one of our object stores or at the Jersey Archive, while some items can be seen on display at our visitor sites.

      Our ‘Meet the Collections’ events will give members of the public the opportunity to see some of the fascinating items in our collections that are not usually on display at one of our sites. With a different theme each month, our collections team will be selecting some of their favourite objects to show and will be on hand at these events to talk to the public about what these objects are, where they came from and what they can tell us about our Island’s history.

      Come along and see something different from the collection. All events will be open from 10am-2pm and are free to attend.

    • ‘The Art of Light’ by local photographer Vince Thorne
      All day
      2022.10.01-2022.10.22

      Vince Thorne is delighted to announce his upcoming second solo photographic exhibition ‘The Art of Light’ which will open at The Harbour Gallery Jersey in St Aubin on Thursday 22nd September and continue until 13th October.Vince is a well-established local Jersey photographer, best known for his breath-taking landscape and wedding photography in addition to portraiture work including his most recent photographic competition ‘Child of the Year 2022’, voting for which will be open at the beginning of October.’The Art of Light’ is a photographic exhibition featuring Vince’s work from various stages of his photographic career as it has evolved over time. Talking about the exhibition, Vince explains “Photography is a way of feeling, of touching, of loving. What you have caught on film is captured forever. It remembers little things, long after you have forgotten everything.”The exhibition features a range of subjects all displaying various types of natural and man-made lighting from the tranquillity and colour of local Jersey scenery, vibrant still life imagery and dramatic architecture to rich and evocative night-time photography.Reflecting on his latest body of work, Vince said “Let’s travel into the past to see where my passion started and on into the present. I look for the new and the unusual along with photographic excellence.”The exhibition will officially open on Thursday 22nd September from 6.30pm to 8pm and along with a silent auction and exclusive limited-edition prints for sale on the evening, a raffle will be run in aid of Art in the Frame Foundation, the managing charity of The Harbour Gallery.

      The exhibition continues until 13th October from 10am to 4.30pm daily.

      ABOUT VINCE THORNE BESPOKE PHOTOGRAPHY: Vince is a well-respected, professional freelance photographer, based in St Helier, Jersey. Specialising in a variety of areas, from weddings to portrait, landscape and commercial photography, his distinctive, contemporary style of work, is expressed through his stunning and imaginative visuals. For Vince, photography is much more than just taking a photo, being able to capture a specific moment, that you can look back on for years to come, is just like travelling in time. More information can be found at www.vincethorne.com.

      Vince Thorne

      07797 753213

      [email protected]

      www.theharbourgalleryjersey.com

       

       

       

       

       

       

       

       

       

       

       

    • The Queen`s Visits To Jersey
      9:00 am-5:00 pm
      2022.10.01-2023.03.06

      An exhibition at Jersey Archive to mark the Platinum Jubilee.

      To mark the Platinum Jubilee, a FREE exhibition at Jersey Archive exploring the Royal Visits of the Monarch to our Island before and during her 70 years on the throne. Using images from the Jersey Evening Post Photo Archive and documents from the archive.

      Jersey Archive is open Monday to Thursday, 9am to 1pm and 2pm to 5pm.

    • Castle Gunner
      11:00 am-3:30 pm
      2022.10.01-2023.01.07

      Meet the Castle Gunner at Elizabeth Castle, every weekday from 11am to 3.30pm.

      GUNNER GILLMAN

      Tuesday, Wednesday,  Thursday and Friday

      11am to 3.30pm in April

      10am to 4pm from May to end September

      It’s the year 1781, just months after the legendary battle of Jersey.  Gunner Gillman for the Royal Artillery Invalid Battalion, will captivate you with an account of the battle and tell you stories from the Castle’s dramatic past.  But, be prepared to  be drafted into the Midday Parade and witness the firing of the musket and cannon….it will be an experience to remember.

      GUNNER BLAKE

      Saturdays 11am to 2pm

      Gunner Blake will delight you with tales of his mother’s bean crock, among other delicacies, as he unravels the threads of Jersey’s history.  His skilled gunnery will ensure that you learn how to lead the signal gun in a way which will pack a punch when fired!

      GUNNER BELL

      Wednesdays 10am to 4pm

      Don’t be fooled by Gunner Bell’s impeccable manners and jolly disposition….a lifetime career in His Majesty’s service has hardened Gunner Bell to the wit and humour of the cheekiest of recruits.  His clear-cut demonstrations of cannon and musket fire are something to marvel at.  Gunner Bell does not visit the Castle every week, to avoid disappointment please call Elizabeth Castle on +44 (0)1534 723 971

    • Church and community Harvest Supper & Cabaret
      6:30 pm-10:00 pm
      2022.10.01
      St Johns Parish Church & community Harvest Supper & Cabaret at the Parish Hall on Saturday 1 October from 6.30pm
      St Johns Parish Church & members of the community are organising a Supper & Cabaret to celebrate Harvest festival this year at the Parish Hall on Saturday 1st October 2022.
      Doors open at 6.30pm for a 7.00pm start, until approximately 9:30/10pm.
      It promises to be a fun evening of good food and a cabaret to include tributes to ABBA, Morecombe & Wise, The Batchelors, Louis Armstrong and Sinatra etc. and surprise artistes from within the community.
      Two course supper with main course and pudding. Bring your own drinks and nibbles.
      Tables of 8; you can book for a party of 8 or book fewer numbers and join with others on the evening.
      The evening will also include a fun raffle with attractive prizes.
      Tickets available HERE
    • Saturday Latin Jazz - Adria Godfrey
      8:00 pm-10:30 pm
      2022.10.01
      “When it comes to her approach to music, Adria is a spirit that knows no boundaries. In addition to having a beautiful voice and the uncanny ability to connect with her audience, she is a natural performer.
      When Adria performs, she will transport you back to her Latin musical roots, accompanied by her band. Infusing a contemporary edge into this irresistible music, this band creates an absolutely sensational and authentic musical experience for the audience.
      Do not forget to make your reservation to avoid disappointment as space is limited…
      ☎️ 01534 727521 –
      📧 [email protected]
      PM or book online https://bit.ly/2LykePH
    • Horse & Hound Entertainment
      8:30 pm-10:30 pm
      2022.10.01

      ONE MORE TIME WITH FEELING are the Live music entertainment this Saturday from 8:30.

      Sing a-long to the big songs for a cracker of a night

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  • CORN RIOTS – LITERATURE STROLL
    9:45 am-2:30 pm
    2022.10.02

    Join us Sunday 2nd October for a walk between Devil’s Hole and Grève de Lecq (weather permitting).

    This walk will be punctuated by stops for people to read some literature extracts in French or any language on the topic of Peace. So do not forget to bring your favourite extract to share it with us!

    The walk is intense, make sure you are geared up for hills, rain …

    Bring your picnic!

    Venue : by bus, meeting at Liberation station at 9.40 am. Bus leaving at 10.00am

    by car, meeting at Devil’s Hole car park at 10.40am.

    Event free but booking essential : Here

  • Castle Falconer
    10:00 am-4:00 pm
    2022.10.02

    Tuesdays and Sundays 10am to 4pm

    Meet Jean Simon, the Castle Falconer, and his hawk Sovereign.

    Discover how Jean Simon cares for and trains his birds of prey and watch him perform the fascinating skills of medieval falconry.  Learn about the significant part that falconry played in Tudor Life in and around the Castle grounds.

    Learn what a ‘hoodwinked’ or a ‘haggard’ bird is, and who is a ‘cadger’ or a ‘boozer’. You’ll find Jean Simon and Sovereign awaiting your presence in the Middle Ward.

    If you are going to Mont Orguiel Castle to see the falconer, please call ahead to ensure there is a performance +44 (0) 1534 853292

  • Harvest Celebration
    10:30 am-11:30 am
    2022.10.02

    Join us for our Harvest Celebration at 10.30am on Sunday 2nd October 2022 at St. John’s allotments and on Facebook livestream.
    We will be hearing from Martin Whitley about St John’s Allotments.
    Little Oaks Sunday Club for children will be planting seeds!
    A 30-45 minute service of songs, hymns, bible reading, talk and interactive prayers.
    Chairs will be provided but feel free to bring your own camping chairs as well.
    Followed by tea/coffee and biscuits and the opportunity to have a tour of the allotments.
    Contributions of non-perishable food such as tins of vegetables, soup, and puddings, and toiletry gifts gladly received for The Grace Trust that helps those in need.
    The allotments are on the right on Route du Nord, going north just past Rue de l’Eglise (opposite Maison Le Vesconte bungalows). Parking available in the precinct and on Route due Nord.
    (In Church if wet)
  • Elizabeth Castle Tour
    10:45 am-3:00 pm
    2022.10.02-2023.01.04

    Take a tour of the Castle with one of our volunteer guides.

    TOUR TIMES

    Tours last approx. 1 hour

    April to October

    Mondays 10.45am and 2pm

    Tuesdays 10.45am and 1.30pm

    Wednesdays 10.45am and 2pm (afternoon tours take place in June, July and August)

    Thursdays 10.45am

    Fridays 10.45am and 1.30pm

    Saturdays 10.45am and 1pm

    Sundays 10.30am

    Our tours are free of charge (normal entry fee applies).

    Tours are subject to change, please call the Castle on +44 (0)1534 723 971 to confirm the site tour is going ahead.

    Changes to schedule

    No Tuesday morning tour on 5 , 12, 19 April

    No Wednesday morning tour on 6, 13 April

    No Thursday tour on  7 April

    No Friday tours on 15,  29 April / 6 May / 1, 16, 23 July/ 30 Sept / 7 Oct

    No Saturday morning tour 9, 16 April

    No Saturday afternoon tour on 9, 23 April/ 28 May/ 4 June / 9 July

    On Saturday 7 May tour will take place at 2pm

  • Batterie Lothringen Open Day
    2:00 pm-5:00 pm
    2022.10.02

    Batterie Lothringen Command Bunker (Noirmont)

    The Batterie Lothringen Noirmont Point (Naval Command Bunker) will be open to the public from 2pm – 5pm admission £5 for adults, under 16`s free

    On 3 levels, this bunker served as the ‘eyes’ for the Naval coastal artillery battery built directly behind it which can also be accessed.

     

  • The Lamplighter Entertainment
    8:00 pm-10:00 pm
    2022.10.02

    This Sunday’s Live Music 8-10pm

    **The Riffs**

    Be early to get your preferred seat

  • Dennison Duo – Roberto’s Jazz Bar
    8:00 pm-10:00 pm
    2022.10.02

    Dine and drink with us this Sunday at Roberto’s Jazz Bar & Restaurant as we listen to the Dennison Duo.
    At Roberto’s Jazz Bar on Sunday at 8 p.m., Dennison Duo will perform a mashup of classic rock, blues, and pop.
    In the Channel Islands, Roberto’s Jazz Bar boasts the widest selection of gins. You can take advantage of the expertise of our bartenders and let them help you select the perfect G&T to accompany your meal.
    ☎️ 01534 727521
    📧 [email protected]
    PM or book online https://bit.ly/2LykePH
  • More events
    • CORN RIOTS - LITERATURE STROLL
      9:45 am-2:30 pm
      2022.10.02

      Join us Sunday 2nd October for a walk between Devil’s Hole and Grève de Lecq (weather permitting).

      This walk will be punctuated by stops for people to read some literature extracts in French or any language on the topic of Peace. So do not forget to bring your favourite extract to share it with us!

      The walk is intense, make sure you are geared up for hills, rain …

      Bring your picnic!

      Venue : by bus, meeting at Liberation station at 9.40 am. Bus leaving at 10.00am

      by car, meeting at Devil’s Hole car park at 10.40am.

      Event free but booking essential : Here

    • Castle Falconer
      10:00 am-4:00 pm
      2022.10.02

      Tuesdays and Sundays 10am to 4pm

      Meet Jean Simon, the Castle Falconer, and his hawk Sovereign.

      Discover how Jean Simon cares for and trains his birds of prey and watch him perform the fascinating skills of medieval falconry.  Learn about the significant part that falconry played in Tudor Life in and around the Castle grounds.

      Learn what a ‘hoodwinked’ or a ‘haggard’ bird is, and who is a ‘cadger’ or a ‘boozer’. You’ll find Jean Simon and Sovereign awaiting your presence in the Middle Ward.

      If you are going to Mont Orguiel Castle to see the falconer, please call ahead to ensure there is a performance +44 (0) 1534 853292

    • Harvest Celebration
      10:30 am-11:30 am
      2022.10.02
      Join us for our Harvest Celebration at 10.30am on Sunday 2nd October 2022 at St. John’s allotments and on Facebook livestream.
      We will be hearing from Martin Whitley about St John’s Allotments.
      Little Oaks Sunday Club for children will be planting seeds!
      A 30-45 minute service of songs, hymns, bible reading, talk and interactive prayers.
      Chairs will be provided but feel free to bring your own camping chairs as well.
      Followed by tea/coffee and biscuits and the opportunity to have a tour of the allotments.
      Contributions of non-perishable food such as tins of vegetables, soup, and puddings, and toiletry gifts gladly received for The Grace Trust that helps those in need.
      The allotments are on the right on Route du Nord, going north just past Rue de l’Eglise (opposite Maison Le Vesconte bungalows). Parking available in the precinct and on Route due Nord.
      (In Church if wet)
    • Elizabeth Castle Tour
      10:45 am-3:00 pm
      2022.10.02-2023.01.04

      Take a tour of the Castle with one of our volunteer guides.

      TOUR TIMES

      Tours last approx. 1 hour

      April to October

      Mondays 10.45am and 2pm

      Tuesdays 10.45am and 1.30pm

      Wednesdays 10.45am and 2pm (afternoon tours take place in June, July and August)

      Thursdays 10.45am

      Fridays 10.45am and 1.30pm

      Saturdays 10.45am and 1pm

      Sundays 10.30am

      Our tours are free of charge (normal entry fee applies).

      Tours are subject to change, please call the Castle on +44 (0)1534 723 971 to confirm the site tour is going ahead.

      Changes to schedule

      No Tuesday morning tour on 5 , 12, 19 April

      No Wednesday morning tour on 6, 13 April

      No Thursday tour on  7 April

      No Friday tours on 15,  29 April / 6 May / 1, 16, 23 July/ 30 Sept / 7 Oct

      No Saturday morning tour 9, 16 April

      No Saturday afternoon tour on 9, 23 April/ 28 May/ 4 June / 9 July

      On Saturday 7 May tour will take place at 2pm

    • Batterie Lothringen Open Day
      2:00 pm-5:00 pm
      2022.10.02

      Batterie Lothringen Command Bunker (Noirmont)

      The Batterie Lothringen Noirmont Point (Naval Command Bunker) will be open to the public from 2pm – 5pm admission £5 for adults, under 16`s free

      On 3 levels, this bunker served as the ‘eyes’ for the Naval coastal artillery battery built directly behind it which can also be accessed.

       

    • The Lamplighter Entertainment
      8:00 pm-10:00 pm
      2022.10.02
      This Sunday’s Live Music 8-10pm

      **The Riffs**

      Be early to get your preferred seat

    • Dennison Duo - Roberto's Jazz Bar
      8:00 pm-10:00 pm
      2022.10.02
      Dine and drink with us this Sunday at Roberto’s Jazz Bar & Restaurant as we listen to the Dennison Duo.
      At Roberto’s Jazz Bar on Sunday at 8 p.m., Dennison Duo will perform a mashup of classic rock, blues, and pop.
      In the Channel Islands, Roberto’s Jazz Bar boasts the widest selection of gins. You can take advantage of the expertise of our bartenders and let them help you select the perfect G&T to accompany your meal.
      ☎️ 01534 727521
      📧 [email protected]
      PM or book online https://bit.ly/2LykePH
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  • Trade Roots
    10:00 am-4:00 pm
    2022.10.03-2023.01.28

    JERSEY’S LINKS TO TRANSATLANTIC SLAVERY

    Thought-provoking, and at times challenging, this exhibition exposes some uncomfortable new stories from Jersey’s past and examines the legacy and impact of transatlantic slavery on the Island’s community today.

    This new exhibition at Jersey Museum examines the evidence of the Island’s involvement in the transatlantic slave trade, including Jersey’s Lieutenant-Governor Sir George Carteret who was a founder member of the Royal Africa Company that traded in ivory, gold and enslaved people in the 17th century; Captain François Messervy of Jersey who was killed in 1722 during an uprising on board his slave ship off the coast of Africa; and Jersey trader Josué Mauger who in 1752 advertised enslaved people for sale in Nova Scotia, Canada, where his business was based.

    The exhibition is in the Victorian House at Jersey Museum, with its impressive mahogany staircase, because new research has shown that the house was built partly on the profits of the transatlantic slave trade. ‘Trade Roots’ explores Jersey’s historic links to slavery, from Islanders who owned mahogany plantations overseas and traded in slave-produced goods, to those who campaigned for the abolition of slavery.

    Thought-provoking, and at times challenging, this exhibition exposes some uncomfortable new stories from Jersey’s past and examines the legacy and impact of transatlantic slavery on the Island’s community today.

     

    1. The statue of Sir George Carteret was covered in red paint during the Black Lives Matter demonstrations of 2020.
    2. Jerseyman Joshua Mauger advertised enslaved people for sale in Nova Scotia in 1752.
    3. Enslaved labour was used to harvest mahogany for staircases and furniture in Jersey properties such as the Victorian House.

     

  • Mont Orgueil Castle Tour
    11:00 am-12:00 pm
    2022.10.03-2023.01.04

    Take a tour of the Castle with one of our volunteer guides.

    TOUR TIMES

    Tours last approx. 1 hour

    April to October

    Mondays 11am

    Tuesdays 11am

    Wednesdays 11am and 2pm

    Thursdays 11am

    Fridays 11am

    Saturdays 11am

    Sundays 11am

    Our tours are free of charge (normal entry fee applies).

    Tours are subject to change, please call the Castle on +44 (0)1534 853 292 to confirm the site tour is going ahead.

    Changes to schedule

    No Monday tour on 25 April / 2 May / 6, 13 June / 18, 25, 31 July

    No Thursday tour on  28 April / 19 May / 16 June

    On Thursday 28 April and 16 June there will be a tour at 2pm

    On Saturday 7 May tour will take place at 2pm

  • Hamptonne Tour
    11:15 am-12:15 pm
    2022.10.03-2023.01.02

    Take a tour with one of our volunteer guides.

    Tour times

    Tours last approx. 1 hour

    March to October

    Mondays 11.15am

    Tuesdays 11.15am

    Wednesdays 11.15am

    Thursdays 11.15am

    Fridays 11.15am

    Our tours are free of charge (normal entry fee applies).

    Tours are subject to change, please call Hamptonne on +44 (0) 1534 863 955 to confirm the site tour is going ahead.

    Changes to schedule

    No Tuesday tour on 5 April

    No Wednesday tours in September

    No Wednesday tour on 5 October

  • Casablanca Beats
    8:00 pm-10:00 pm
    2022.10.03

    https://youtu.be/mOdmD50ymfM

    Based on a true story, this uplifting film follows former rapper Anas, who takes a job in a cultural centre in Casablanca, Morocco. Encouraged by their new teacher, the centre’s students find themselves newly able to free themselves from cultural expectations and traditions and express themselves through hip-hop music.

    JFS Members may reserve a seat in advance at the Box Office.

    £7.50 (£5 students).

  • More events
    • Trade Roots
      10:00 am-4:00 pm
      2022.10.03-2023.01.28

      JERSEY’S LINKS TO TRANSATLANTIC SLAVERY

      Thought-provoking, and at times challenging, this exhibition exposes some uncomfortable new stories from Jersey’s past and examines the legacy and impact of transatlantic slavery on the Island’s community today.

      This new exhibition at Jersey Museum examines the evidence of the Island’s involvement in the transatlantic slave trade, including Jersey’s Lieutenant-Governor Sir George Carteret who was a founder member of the Royal Africa Company that traded in ivory, gold and enslaved people in the 17th century; Captain François Messervy of Jersey who was killed in 1722 during an uprising on board his slave ship off the coast of Africa; and Jersey trader Josué Mauger who in 1752 advertised enslaved people for sale in Nova Scotia, Canada, where his business was based.

      The exhibition is in the Victorian House at Jersey Museum, with its impressive mahogany staircase, because new research has shown that the house was built partly on the profits of the transatlantic slave trade. ‘Trade Roots’ explores Jersey’s historic links to slavery, from Islanders who owned mahogany plantations overseas and traded in slave-produced goods, to those who campaigned for the abolition of slavery.

      Thought-provoking, and at times challenging, this exhibition exposes some uncomfortable new stories from Jersey’s past and examines the legacy and impact of transatlantic slavery on the Island’s community today.

       

      1. The statue of Sir George Carteret was covered in red paint during the Black Lives Matter demonstrations of 2020.
      2. Jerseyman Joshua Mauger advertised enslaved people for sale in Nova Scotia in 1752.
      3. Enslaved labour was used to harvest mahogany for staircases and furniture in Jersey properties such as the Victorian House.

       

    • Mont Orgueil Castle Tour
      11:00 am-12:00 pm
      2022.10.03-2023.01.04

      Take a tour of the Castle with one of our volunteer guides.

      TOUR TIMES

      Tours last approx. 1 hour

      April to October

      Mondays 11am

      Tuesdays 11am

      Wednesdays 11am and 2pm

      Thursdays 11am

      Fridays 11am

      Saturdays 11am

      Sundays 11am

      Our tours are free of charge (normal entry fee applies).

      Tours are subject to change, please call the Castle on +44 (0)1534 853 292 to confirm the site tour is going ahead.

      Changes to schedule

      No Monday tour on 25 April / 2 May / 6, 13 June / 18, 25, 31 July

      No Thursday tour on  28 April / 19 May / 16 June

      On Thursday 28 April and 16 June there will be a tour at 2pm

      On Saturday 7 May tour will take place at 2pm

    • Hamptonne Tour
      11:15 am-12:15 pm
      2022.10.03-2023.01.02

      Take a tour with one of our volunteer guides.

      Tour times

      Tours last approx. 1 hour

      March to October

      Mondays 11.15am

      Tuesdays 11.15am

      Wednesdays 11.15am

      Thursdays 11.15am

      Fridays 11.15am

      Our tours are free of charge (normal entry fee applies).

      Tours are subject to change, please call Hamptonne on +44 (0) 1534 863 955 to confirm the site tour is going ahead.

      Changes to schedule

      No Tuesday tour on 5 April

      No Wednesday tours in September

      No Wednesday tour on 5 October

    • Casablanca Beats
      8:00 pm-10:00 pm
      2022.10.03

      https://youtu.be/mOdmD50ymfM

      Based on a true story, this uplifting film follows former rapper Anas, who takes a job in a cultural centre in Casablanca, Morocco. Encouraged by their new teacher, the centre’s students find themselves newly able to free themselves from cultural expectations and traditions and express themselves through hip-hop music.

      JFS Members may reserve a seat in advance at the Box Office.

      £7.50 (£5 students).

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  • ‘The Art of Light’ by local photographer Vince Thorne
    All day
    2022.10.04-2022.10.25

    Vince Thorne is delighted to announce his upcoming second solo photographic exhibition ‘The Art of Light’ which will open at The Harbour Gallery Jersey in St Aubin on Thursday 22nd September and continue until 13th October.Vince is a well-established local Jersey photographer, best known for his breath-taking landscape and wedding photography in addition to portraiture work including his most recent photographic competition ‘Child of the Year 2022’, voting for which will be open at the beginning of October.’The Art of Light’ is a photographic exhibition featuring Vince’s work from various stages of his photographic career as it has evolved over time. Talking about the exhibition, Vince explains “Photography is a way of feeling, of touching, of loving. What you have caught on film is captured forever. It remembers little things, long after you have forgotten everything.”The exhibition features a range of subjects all displaying various types of natural and man-made lighting from the tranquillity and colour of local Jersey scenery, vibrant still life imagery and dramatic architecture to rich and evocative night-time photography.Reflecting on his latest body of work, Vince said “Let’s travel into the past to see where my passion started and on into the present. I look for the new and the unusual along with photographic excellence.”The exhibition will officially open on Thursday 22nd September from 6.30pm to 8pm and along with a silent auction and exclusive limited-edition prints for sale on the evening, a raffle will be run in aid of Art in the Frame Foundation, the managing charity of The Harbour Gallery.

    The exhibition continues until 13th October from 10am to 4.30pm daily.

    ABOUT VINCE THORNE BESPOKE PHOTOGRAPHY: Vince is a well-respected, professional freelance photographer, based in St Helier, Jersey. Specialising in a variety of areas, from weddings to portrait, landscape and commercial photography, his distinctive, contemporary style of work, is expressed through his stunning and imaginative visuals. For Vince, photography is much more than just taking a photo, being able to capture a specific moment, that you can look back on for years to come, is just like travelling in time. More information can be found at www.vincethorne.com.

    Vince Thorne

    07797 753213

    [email protected]

    www.theharbourgalleryjersey.com

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

  • Living History – Victorian Photographer
    10:00 am-4:00 pm
    2022.10.04

    Come and keep still and have your portrait taken by the Victorian photographer Thomas CR Kennedy in the Victorian House at Jersey Museum & Art Gallery.

    12 July

    22 August

    13 September

    24 September

    4 October

    15 October

    24 October

    10am to 4pm

    Can you keep still for at least 15 seconds? That’s how long it took for your photograph to be taken in the 1860s. Once again, renowned Victorian photographer Thomas CR Kennedy will be revisiting the Victorian House at Jersey Museum & Art Gallery. He will be accompanied by his good lady wife and assistant Annigna.

    Come in your own Victorian attire, or select an outfit from our wardrobe, and take away as a souvenir your own Carte de Visite portrait photograph.

    Please telephone the Jersey Museum on 01534-633300 to book your sitting for a payment to Jersey Heritage of just £5.

  • Castle Falconer
    10:00 am-4:00 pm
    2022.10.04

    Tuesdays and Sundays 10am to 4pm

    Meet Jean Simon, the Castle Falconer, and his hawk Sovereign.

    Discover how Jean Simon cares for and trains his birds of prey and watch him perform the fascinating skills of medieval falconry.  Learn about the significant part that falconry played in Tudor Life in and around the Castle grounds.

    Learn what a ‘hoodwinked’ or a ‘haggard’ bird is, and who is a ‘cadger’ or a ‘boozer’. You’ll find Jean Simon and Sovereign awaiting your presence in the Middle Ward.

    If you are going to Mont Orguiel Castle to see the falconer, please call ahead to ensure there is a performance +44 (0) 1534 853292

  • La Hougue Bie Tour
    11:00 am-3:00 pm
    2022.10.04-2023.01.05

    Take a tour with one of our volunteer guides.

    Tour times

    Tours last approx. 1 hour

    April to October

    Mondays 11am and 2pm

    Tuesdays 11am

    Wednesdays 11am

    Thursdays 11am

    Fridays 11am (starts 27 May)

    Saturdays 11am

    Sundays 11am

    Our tours are free of charge (normal entry fee applies).

    Tours are subject to change, please call La Hougue Bie on +44 (0) 1534 853 823 to confirm the site tour is going ahead.

    Changes to schedule

    No Monday tours on 9, 16, 23 May/ 25 July / 1, 8 August

    No Thursday tour on 24 March /12 May

  • Bangla Surf Girls
    8:00 pm-9:15 pm
    2022.10.04

    https://youtu.be/jZaNNI_2vFQ

    Shobe, Aisha and Suma, three teenage girls from Bangladesh, make history as the country’s first female surfers in an international competition. Driven to success, and guided by their devoted coach, the girls find freedom in the waves and are determined to be the architects of their futures, all against the backdrop of poverty, oppression and community judgement.

  • More events
    • ‘The Art of Light’ by local photographer Vince Thorne
      All day
      2022.10.04-2022.10.25

      Vince Thorne is delighted to announce his upcoming second solo photographic exhibition ‘The Art of Light’ which will open at The Harbour Gallery Jersey in St Aubin on Thursday 22nd September and continue until 13th October.Vince is a well-established local Jersey photographer, best known for his breath-taking landscape and wedding photography in addition to portraiture work including his most recent photographic competition ‘Child of the Year 2022’, voting for which will be open at the beginning of October.’The Art of Light’ is a photographic exhibition featuring Vince’s work from various stages of his photographic career as it has evolved over time. Talking about the exhibition, Vince explains “Photography is a way of feeling, of touching, of loving. What you have caught on film is captured forever. It remembers little things, long after you have forgotten everything.”The exhibition features a range of subjects all displaying various types of natural and man-made lighting from the tranquillity and colour of local Jersey scenery, vibrant still life imagery and dramatic architecture to rich and evocative night-time photography.Reflecting on his latest body of work, Vince said “Let’s travel into the past to see where my passion started and on into the present. I look for the new and the unusual along with photographic excellence.”The exhibition will officially open on Thursday 22nd September from 6.30pm to 8pm and along with a silent auction and exclusive limited-edition prints for sale on the evening, a raffle will be run in aid of Art in the Frame Foundation, the managing charity of The Harbour Gallery.

      The exhibition continues until 13th October from 10am to 4.30pm daily.

      ABOUT VINCE THORNE BESPOKE PHOTOGRAPHY: Vince is a well-respected, professional freelance photographer, based in St Helier, Jersey. Specialising in a variety of areas, from weddings to portrait, landscape and commercial photography, his distinctive, contemporary style of work, is expressed through his stunning and imaginative visuals. For Vince, photography is much more than just taking a photo, being able to capture a specific moment, that you can look back on for years to come, is just like travelling in time. More information can be found at www.vincethorne.com.

      Vince Thorne

      07797 753213

      [email protected]

      www.theharbourgalleryjersey.com

       

       

       

       

       

       

       

       

       

       

       

    • Living History - Victorian Photographer
      10:00 am-4:00 pm
      2022.10.04

      Come and keep still and have your portrait taken by the Victorian photographer Thomas CR Kennedy in the Victorian House at Jersey Museum & Art Gallery.

      12 July

      22 August

      13 September

      24 September

      4 October

      15 October

      24 October

      10am to 4pm

      Can you keep still for at least 15 seconds? That’s how long it took for your photograph to be taken in the 1860s. Once again, renowned Victorian photographer Thomas CR Kennedy will be revisiting the Victorian House at Jersey Museum & Art Gallery. He will be accompanied by his good lady wife and assistant Annigna.

      Come in your own Victorian attire, or select an outfit from our wardrobe, and take away as a souvenir your own Carte de Visite portrait photograph.

      Please telephone the Jersey Museum on 01534-633300 to book your sitting for a payment to Jersey Heritage of just £5.

    • Castle Falconer
      10:00 am-4:00 pm
      2022.10.04

      Tuesdays and Sundays 10am to 4pm

      Meet Jean Simon, the Castle Falconer, and his hawk Sovereign.

      Discover how Jean Simon cares for and trains his birds of prey and watch him perform the fascinating skills of medieval falconry.  Learn about the significant part that falconry played in Tudor Life in and around the Castle grounds.

      Learn what a ‘hoodwinked’ or a ‘haggard’ bird is, and who is a ‘cadger’ or a ‘boozer’. You’ll find Jean Simon and Sovereign awaiting your presence in the Middle Ward.

      If you are going to Mont Orguiel Castle to see the falconer, please call ahead to ensure there is a performance +44 (0) 1534 853292

    • La Hougue Bie Tour
      11:00 am-3:00 pm
      2022.10.04-2023.01.05

      Take a tour with one of our volunteer guides.

      Tour times

      Tours last approx. 1 hour

      April to October

      Mondays 11am and 2pm

      Tuesdays 11am

      Wednesdays 11am

      Thursdays 11am

      Fridays 11am (starts 27 May)

      Saturdays 11am

      Sundays 11am

      Our tours are free of charge (normal entry fee applies).

      Tours are subject to change, please call La Hougue Bie on +44 (0) 1534 853 823 to confirm the site tour is going ahead.

      Changes to schedule

      No Monday tours on 9, 16, 23 May/ 25 July / 1, 8 August

      No Thursday tour on 24 March /12 May

    • Bangla Surf Girls
      8:00 pm-9:15 pm
      2022.10.04

      https://youtu.be/jZaNNI_2vFQ

      Shobe, Aisha and Suma, three teenage girls from Bangladesh, make history as the country’s first female surfers in an international competition. Driven to success, and guided by their devoted coach, the girls find freedom in the waves and are determined to be the architects of their futures, all against the backdrop of poverty, oppression and community judgement.

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  • PEOPLE! POWER! PROTEST!
    All day
    2022.10.05-2023.03.12

    An exhibition that explores how the right to protest has shaped and influenced the Island that we know today.

    ‘People! Power! Protest!’ explores the story of protest in Jersey, from the Corn Riots of 1769 to the Black Lives Matter movement of 2020.

    Jersey may be small but Islanders have made their voices heard loud and clear over the years. Jersey has a fascinating history of protest in the Island and the theme of the exhibition coincides with the 250th anniversary of the Code of Laws that was introduced in response to the Corn Riots.

    The exhibition explores how the right to protest has shaped and influenced the Island that we know today, from historic protests, such as the Corn Riots, to more recent protests such as Extinction Rebellion and Black Lives Matter.

    Among the items on display is the official 18th century court records showing the redacted demands of the Corn Riots protestors, and the petition signed by thousands of people to try and save Queen’s Valley from being flooded in the 1980s. There are also the banners and placards from other protests over the years and photographs of significant post-war campaigns and demonstrations.

    As you enter the exhibition ‘People! Power! Protest!’, you’ll see a  stunning graffiti-style entrance wall by designer James Carter, of Midnight Industries. Celebrated local artist Ian Rolls has also created a new version of his iconic climate stripes mural in the environmental protest section of the exhibition.   Visitors can to listen to stories of protest and share their own memories of their involvement in campaigns and demonstrations over the years.

  • The Queen`s Visits To Jersey
    9:00 am-5:00 pm
    2022.10.05-2023.03.10

    An exhibition at Jersey Archive to mark the Platinum Jubilee.

    To mark the Platinum Jubilee, a FREE exhibition at Jersey Archive exploring the Royal Visits of the Monarch to our Island before and during her 70 years on the throne. Using images from the Jersey Evening Post Photo Archive and documents from the archive.

    Jersey Archive is open Monday to Thursday, 9am to 1pm and 2pm to 5pm.

  • Elizabeth Castle Tour
    10:45 am-3:00 pm
    2022.10.05-2023.01.07

    Take a tour of the Castle with one of our volunteer guides.

    TOUR TIMES

    Tours last approx. 1 hour

    April to October

    Mondays 10.45am and 2pm

    Tuesdays 10.45am and 1.30pm

    Wednesdays 10.45am and 2pm (afternoon tours take place in June, July and August)

    Thursdays 10.45am

    Fridays 10.45am and 1.30pm

    Saturdays 10.45am and 1pm

    Sundays 10.30am

    Our tours are free of charge (normal entry fee applies).

    Tours are subject to change, please call the Castle on +44 (0)1534 723 971 to confirm the site tour is going ahead.

    Changes to schedule

    No Tuesday morning tour on 5 , 12, 19 April

    No Wednesday morning tour on 6, 13 April

    No Thursday tour on  7 April

    No Friday tours on 15,  29 April / 6 May / 1, 16, 23 July/ 30 Sept / 7 Oct

    No Saturday morning tour 9, 16 April

    No Saturday afternoon tour on 9, 23 April/ 28 May/ 4 June / 9 July

    On Saturday 7 May tour will take place at 2pm

  • Castle Gunner
    11:00 am-3:30 pm
    2022.10.05-2023.01.11

    Meet the Castle Gunner at Elizabeth Castle, every weekday from 11am to 3.30pm.

    GUNNER GILLMAN

    Tuesday, Wednesday,  Thursday and Friday

    11am to 3.30pm in April

    10am to 4pm from May to end September

    It’s the year 1781, just months after the legendary battle of Jersey.  Gunner Gillman for the Royal Artillery Invalid Battalion, will captivate you with an account of the battle and tell you stories from the Castle’s dramatic past.  But, be prepared to  be drafted into the Midday Parade and witness the firing of the musket and cannon….it will be an experience to remember.

    GUNNER BLAKE

    Saturdays 11am to 2pm

    Gunner Blake will delight you with tales of his mother’s bean crock, among other delicacies, as he unravels the threads of Jersey’s history.  His skilled gunnery will ensure that you learn how to lead the signal gun in a way which will pack a punch when fired!

    GUNNER BELL

    Wednesdays 10am to 4pm

    Don’t be fooled by Gunner Bell’s impeccable manners and jolly disposition….a lifetime career in His Majesty’s service has hardened Gunner Bell to the wit and humour of the cheekiest of recruits.  His clear-cut demonstrations of cannon and musket fire are something to marvel at.  Gunner Bell does not visit the Castle every week, to avoid disappointment please call Elizabeth Castle on +44 (0)1534 723 971

  • Myanmar Diaries
    8:00 pm-9:10 pm
    2022.10.05

    https://youtu.be/9nQKf8WSpZw

    How does it feel to be forgotten by the world? After the military coup in Myanmar in 2021, these video diaries by young activists use the medium of film to communicate the difficulties of life under military rule. Smuggled out of the country and edited together, these short films are both journalistic and raw, expressing a strong voice of resistance and hope for a better future.

  • More events
    • PEOPLE! POWER! PROTEST!
      All day
      2022.10.05-2023.03.12

      An exhibition that explores how the right to protest has shaped and influenced the Island that we know today.

      ‘People! Power! Protest!’ explores the story of protest in Jersey, from the Corn Riots of 1769 to the Black Lives Matter movement of 2020.

      Jersey may be small but Islanders have made their voices heard loud and clear over the years. Jersey has a fascinating history of protest in the Island and the theme of the exhibition coincides with the 250th anniversary of the Code of Laws that was introduced in response to the Corn Riots.

      The exhibition explores how the right to protest has shaped and influenced the Island that we know today, from historic protests, such as the Corn Riots, to more recent protests such as Extinction Rebellion and Black Lives Matter.

      Among the items on display is the official 18th century court records showing the redacted demands of the Corn Riots protestors, and the petition signed by thousands of people to try and save Queen’s Valley from being flooded in the 1980s. There are also the banners and placards from other protests over the years and photographs of significant post-war campaigns and demonstrations.

      As you enter the exhibition ‘People! Power! Protest!’, you’ll see a  stunning graffiti-style entrance wall by designer James Carter, of Midnight Industries. Celebrated local artist Ian Rolls has also created a new version of his iconic climate stripes mural in the environmental protest section of the exhibition.   Visitors can to listen to stories of protest and share their own memories of their involvement in campaigns and demonstrations over the years.

    • The Queen`s Visits To Jersey
      9:00 am-5:00 pm
      2022.10.05-2023.03.10

      An exhibition at Jersey Archive to mark the Platinum Jubilee.

      To mark the Platinum Jubilee, a FREE exhibition at Jersey Archive exploring the Royal Visits of the Monarch to our Island before and during her 70 years on the throne. Using images from the Jersey Evening Post Photo Archive and documents from the archive.

      Jersey Archive is open Monday to Thursday, 9am to 1pm and 2pm to 5pm.

    • Elizabeth Castle Tour
      10:45 am-3:00 pm
      2022.10.05-2023.01.07

      Take a tour of the Castle with one of our volunteer guides.

      TOUR TIMES

      Tours last approx. 1 hour

      April to October

      Mondays 10.45am and 2pm

      Tuesdays 10.45am and 1.30pm

      Wednesdays 10.45am and 2pm (afternoon tours take place in June, July and August)

      Thursdays 10.45am

      Fridays 10.45am and 1.30pm

      Saturdays 10.45am and 1pm

      Sundays 10.30am

      Our tours are free of charge (normal entry fee applies).

      Tours are subject to change, please call the Castle on +44 (0)1534 723 971 to confirm the site tour is going ahead.

      Changes to schedule

      No Tuesday morning tour on 5 , 12, 19 April

      No Wednesday morning tour on 6, 13 April

      No Thursday tour on  7 April

      No Friday tours on 15,  29 April / 6 May / 1, 16, 23 July/ 30 Sept / 7 Oct

      No Saturday morning tour 9, 16 April

      No Saturday afternoon tour on 9, 23 April/ 28 May/ 4 June / 9 July

      On Saturday 7 May tour will take place at 2pm

    • Castle Gunner
      11:00 am-3:30 pm
      2022.10.05-2023.01.11

      Meet the Castle Gunner at Elizabeth Castle, every weekday from 11am to 3.30pm.

      GUNNER GILLMAN

      Tuesday, Wednesday,  Thursday and Friday

      11am to 3.30pm in April

      10am to 4pm from May to end September

      It’s the year 1781, just months after the legendary battle of Jersey.  Gunner Gillman for the Royal Artillery Invalid Battalion, will captivate you with an account of the battle and tell you stories from the Castle’s dramatic past.  But, be prepared to  be drafted into the Midday Parade and witness the firing of the musket and cannon….it will be an experience to remember.

      GUNNER BLAKE

      Saturdays 11am to 2pm

      Gunner Blake will delight you with tales of his mother’s bean crock, among other delicacies, as he unravels the threads of Jersey’s history.  His skilled gunnery will ensure that you learn how to lead the signal gun in a way which will pack a punch when fired!

      GUNNER BELL

      Wednesdays 10am to 4pm

      Don’t be fooled by Gunner Bell’s impeccable manners and jolly disposition….a lifetime career in His Majesty’s service has hardened Gunner Bell to the wit and humour of the cheekiest of recruits.  His clear-cut demonstrations of cannon and musket fire are something to marvel at.  Gunner Bell does not visit the Castle every week, to avoid disappointment please call Elizabeth Castle on +44 (0)1534 723 971

    • Myanmar Diaries
      8:00 pm-9:10 pm
      2022.10.05

      https://youtu.be/9nQKf8WSpZw

      How does it feel to be forgotten by the world? After the military coup in Myanmar in 2021, these video diaries by young activists use the medium of film to communicate the difficulties of life under military rule. Smuggled out of the country and edited together, these short films are both journalistic and raw, expressing a strong voice of resistance and hope for a better future.

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  • Kelly Eastwood Art
    10:30 am-12:30 pm
    2022.10.06

    If you, a loved one, a neighbour, or a friend, have a few hours to spare, and want to connect with art and people – please contact me HERE to book your space.

    Details on this poster

  • Mont Orgueil Castle Tour
    11:00 am-12:00 pm
    2022.10.06-2023.01.07

    Take a tour of the Castle with one of our volunteer guides.

    TOUR TIMES

    Tours last approx. 1 hour

    April to October

    Mondays 11am

    Tuesdays 11am

    Wednesdays 11am and 2pm

    Thursdays 11am

    Fridays 11am

    Saturdays 11am

    Sundays 11am

    Our tours are free of charge (normal entry fee applies).

    Tours are subject to change, please call the Castle on +44 (0)1534 853 292 to confirm the site tour is going ahead.

    Changes to schedule

    No Monday tour on 25 April / 2 May / 6, 13 June / 18, 25, 31 July

    No Thursday tour on  28 April / 19 May / 16 June

    On Thursday 28 April and 16 June there will be a tour at 2pm

    On Saturday 7 May tour will take place at 2pm

  • Hamptonne Tour
    11:15 am-12:15 pm
    2022.10.06-2023.01.05

    Take a tour with one of our volunteer guides.

    Tour times

    Tours last approx. 1 hour

    March to October

    Mondays 11.15am

    Tuesdays 11.15am

    Wednesdays 11.15am

    Thursdays 11.15am

    Fridays 11.15am

    Our tours are free of charge (normal entry fee applies).

    Tours are subject to change, please call Hamptonne on +44 (0) 1534 863 955 to confirm the site tour is going ahead.

    Changes to schedule

    No Tuesday tour on 5 April

    No Wednesday tours in September

    No Wednesday tour on 5 October

  • The New Greatness Case
    8:00 pm-9:30 pm
    2022.10.06

    https://youtu.be/qJqrhWsTkMY

    This remarkable documentary follows a group of young Russians caught in the crossfire of government bureaucracy and subjected to unjust trials and prison sentences. Using hidden camera footage, director Anna Shisova shows the repression of present-day Russia and how young, free-thinking people are seen as a threat.

  • More events
    • Kelly Eastwood Art
      10:30 am-12:30 pm
      2022.10.06

      If you, a loved one, a neighbour, or a friend, have a few hours to spare, and want to connect with art and people – please contact me HERE to book your space.

      Details on this poster

    • Mont Orgueil Castle Tour
      11:00 am-12:00 pm
      2022.10.06-2023.01.07

      Take a tour of the Castle with one of our volunteer guides.

      TOUR TIMES

      Tours last approx. 1 hour

      April to October

      Mondays 11am

      Tuesdays 11am

      Wednesdays 11am and 2pm

      Thursdays 11am

      Fridays 11am

      Saturdays 11am

      Sundays 11am

      Our tours are free of charge (normal entry fee applies).

      Tours are subject to change, please call the Castle on +44 (0)1534 853 292 to confirm the site tour is going ahead.

      Changes to schedule

      No Monday tour on 25 April / 2 May / 6, 13 June / 18, 25, 31 July

      No Thursday tour on  28 April / 19 May / 16 June

      On Thursday 28 April and 16 June there will be a tour at 2pm

      On Saturday 7 May tour will take place at 2pm

    • Hamptonne Tour
      11:15 am-12:15 pm
      2022.10.06-2023.01.05

      Take a tour with one of our volunteer guides.

      Tour times

      Tours last approx. 1 hour

      March to October

      Mondays 11.15am

      Tuesdays 11.15am

      Wednesdays 11.15am

      Thursdays 11.15am

      Fridays 11.15am

      Our tours are free of charge (normal entry fee applies).

      Tours are subject to change, please call Hamptonne on +44 (0) 1534 863 955 to confirm the site tour is going ahead.

      Changes to schedule

      No Tuesday tour on 5 April

      No Wednesday tours in September

      No Wednesday tour on 5 October

    • The New Greatness Case
      8:00 pm-9:30 pm
      2022.10.06

      https://youtu.be/qJqrhWsTkMY

      This remarkable documentary follows a group of young Russians caught in the crossfire of government bureaucracy and subjected to unjust trials and prison sentences. Using hidden camera footage, director Anna Shisova shows the repression of present-day Russia and how young, free-thinking people are seen as a threat.

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  • ‘The Art of Light’ by local photographer Vince Thorne
    All day
    2022.10.07-2022.10.28

    Vince Thorne is delighted to announce his upcoming second solo photographic exhibition ‘The Art of Light’ which will open at The Harbour Gallery Jersey in St Aubin on Thursday 22nd September and continue until 13th October.Vince is a well-established local Jersey photographer, best known for his breath-taking landscape and wedding photography in addition to portraiture work including his most recent photographic competition ‘Child of the Year 2022’, voting for which will be open at the beginning of October.’The Art of Light’ is a photographic exhibition featuring Vince’s work from various stages of his photographic career as it has evolved over time. Talking about the exhibition, Vince explains “Photography is a way of feeling, of touching, of loving. What you have caught on film is captured forever. It remembers little things, long after you have forgotten everything.”The exhibition features a range of subjects all displaying various types of natural and man-made lighting from the tranquillity and colour of local Jersey scenery, vibrant still life imagery and dramatic architecture to rich and evocative night-time photography.Reflecting on his latest body of work, Vince said “Let’s travel into the past to see where my passion started and on into the present. I look for the new and the unusual along with photographic excellence.”The exhibition will officially open on Thursday 22nd September from 6.30pm to 8pm and along with a silent auction and exclusive limited-edition prints for sale on the evening, a raffle will be run in aid of Art in the Frame Foundation, the managing charity of The Harbour Gallery.

    The exhibition continues until 13th October from 10am to 4.30pm daily.

    ABOUT VINCE THORNE BESPOKE PHOTOGRAPHY: Vince is a well-respected, professional freelance photographer, based in St Helier, Jersey. Specialising in a variety of areas, from weddings to portrait, landscape and commercial photography, his distinctive, contemporary style of work, is expressed through his stunning and imaginative visuals. For Vince, photography is much more than just taking a photo, being able to capture a specific moment, that you can look back on for years to come, is just like travelling in time. More information can be found at www.vincethorne.com.

    Vince Thorne

    07797 753213

    [email protected]

    www.theharbourgalleryjersey.com

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

  • La Hougue Bie Tour
    11:00 am-3:00 pm
    2022.10.07-2023.01.08

    Take a tour with one of our volunteer guides.

    Tour times

    Tours last approx. 1 hour

    April to October

    Mondays 11am and 2pm

    Tuesdays 11am

    Wednesdays 11am

    Thursdays 11am

    Fridays 11am (starts 27 May)

    Saturdays 11am

    Sundays 11am

    Our tours are free of charge (normal entry fee applies).

    Tours are subject to change, please call La Hougue Bie on +44 (0) 1534 853 823 to confirm the site tour is going ahead.

    Changes to schedule

    No Monday tours on 9, 16, 23 May/ 25 July / 1, 8 August

    No Thursday tour on 24 March /12 May

  • Eternal Spring
    8:00 pm-9:30 pm
    2022.10.07

    https://youtu.be/-mnYAWosCvo

    In March 2022, a state TV station in China was hijacked by the outlawed spiritual group Falun Gong in their quest to expose brutal repression and counter government narratives about their practices. Award-winning filmmaker Jason Loftus and celebrated comic book artist Daxiong present this stunning animated film telling the story of those fighting for religious freedom.

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  • The Queen`s Visits To Jersey
    9:00 am-5:00 pm
    2022.10.08-2023.03.13

    An exhibition at Jersey Archive to mark the Platinum Jubilee.

    To mark the Platinum Jubilee, a FREE exhibition at Jersey Archive exploring the Royal Visits of the Monarch to our Island before and during her 70 years on the throne. Using images from the Jersey Evening Post Photo Archive and documents from the archive.

    Jersey Archive is open Monday to Thursday, 9am to 1pm and 2pm to 5pm.

  • Castle Gunner
    11:00 am-3:30 pm
    2022.10.08-2023.01.14

    Meet the Castle Gunner at Elizabeth Castle, every weekday from 11am to 3.30pm.

    GUNNER GILLMAN

    Tuesday, Wednesday,  Thursday and Friday

    11am to 3.30pm in April

    10am to 4pm from May to end September

    It’s the year 1781, just months after the legendary battle of Jersey.  Gunner Gillman for the Royal Artillery Invalid Battalion, will captivate you with an account of the battle and tell you stories from the Castle’s dramatic past.  But, be prepared to  be drafted into the Midday Parade and witness the firing of the musket and cannon….it will be an experience to remember.

    GUNNER BLAKE

    Saturdays 11am to 2pm

    Gunner Blake will delight you with tales of his mother’s bean crock, among other delicacies, as he unravels the threads of Jersey’s history.  His skilled gunnery will ensure that you learn how to lead the signal gun in a way which will pack a punch when fired!

    GUNNER BELL

    Wednesdays 10am to 4pm

    Don’t be fooled by Gunner Bell’s impeccable manners and jolly disposition….a lifetime career in His Majesty’s service has hardened Gunner Bell to the wit and humour of the cheekiest of recruits.  His clear-cut demonstrations of cannon and musket fire are something to marvel at.  Gunner Bell does not visit the Castle every week, to avoid disappointment please call Elizabeth Castle on +44 (0)1534 723 971

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  • Castle Falconer
    10:00 am-4:00 pm
    2022.10.09

    Tuesdays and Sundays 10am to 4pm

    Meet Jean Simon, the Castle Falconer, and his hawk Sovereign.

    Discover how Jean Simon cares for and trains his birds of prey and watch him perform the fascinating skills of medieval falconry.  Learn about the significant part that falconry played in Tudor Life in and around the Castle grounds.

    Learn what a ‘hoodwinked’ or a ‘haggard’ bird is, and who is a ‘cadger’ or a ‘boozer’. You’ll find Jean Simon and Sovereign awaiting your presence in the Middle Ward.

    If you are going to Mont Orguiel Castle to see the falconer, please call ahead to ensure there is a performance +44 (0) 1534 853292

  • Elizabeth Castle Tour
    10:45 am-3:00 pm
    2022.10.09-2023.01.11

    Take a tour of the Castle with one of our volunteer guides.

    TOUR TIMES

    Tours last approx. 1 hour

    April to October

    Mondays 10.45am and 2pm

    Tuesdays 10.45am and 1.30pm

    Wednesdays 10.45am and 2pm (afternoon tours take place in June, July and August)

    Thursdays 10.45am

    Fridays 10.45am and 1.30pm

    Saturdays 10.45am and 1pm

    Sundays 10.30am

    Our tours are free of charge (normal entry fee applies).

    Tours are subject to change, please call the Castle on +44 (0)1534 723 971 to confirm the site tour is going ahead.

    Changes to schedule

    No Tuesday morning tour on 5 , 12, 19 April

    No Wednesday morning tour on 6, 13 April

    No Thursday tour on  7 April

    No Friday tours on 15,  29 April / 6 May / 1, 16, 23 July/ 30 Sept / 7 Oct

    No Saturday morning tour 9, 16 April

    No Saturday afternoon tour on 9, 23 April/ 28 May/ 4 June / 9 July

    On Saturday 7 May tour will take place at 2pm

  • Sound Bath
    7:30 pm-8:30 pm
    2022.10.09

    Why “Sound Bath”? 🤔
    Sound is a wave. The sounds of bowls and gongs are special waves that can soothe emotions, bring blissful relaxation in the body, soothe the mind. They work similarly to the waves of water in the sea or lake, which swaying and lifting they give a feeling of lightness and total relaxation.
    Hitting the bowl produces beautiful, rich, multi-level sound, long undulating and delicately resonates. There are several bowls. They are of different sizes and each of them sounds different. Pleasant sounds of bowls overlap and flow in waves throughout the room, creating a subtle rumbling effect. They rock and penetrate the bodies of everyone participating in this unusual sound session. We are immersed in beneficial sounds.
    The powerful sound waves extracted from the gong “sweep away” the stress, rush and haste that accumulated throughout the day.
    This is what bathing in the sounds of bowls and gongs can be, although there are as many feelings as people experiencing it.
    What do participants experience?
    Participation in a relaxation session allows very active people to stop for a moment, relax, get closer to their intuition, just be. The sound bath gives you rest and quick regeneration. Many people experience how this calmness and equanimity generate an impulse to act – new ideas, solutions and qualities emerge.
    How is it manifested?
    – breathing deepens freely and spontaneously,
    – physical tensions are released e.g. back pain, joint pain,
    – there is a feeling of relaxation and lightness in the body,
    – thoughts and emotions calm down,
    – excessive stress is released, well-being increases,
    – there is a sense of strength and inner joy,
    – there is a harmonization of the body, mind and emotions,
    – resistance to stress is increased.
    There are as many feelings and sensations as there are people who experience these sounds. What’s more, it can be different every time 🙂
    Recommendations:
    – casual outfit in which you can lie down for 60 min session
    – favorite blanket, sleeping bag or something else to cover up during the session + a pillow
    – yoga mats
    Due to limited spaces I don’t do refunds unless agreed with the host at least 48 hours before the event
    Due to nature of the event once started there is no option to join so please come at least 5 minutes before.
    If you would like to attend but you can’t due to financial concern, please send me a private message so I can sort something out
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  • ‘The Art of Light’ by local photographer Vince Thorne
    All day
    2022.10.10-2022.10.31

    Vince Thorne is delighted to announce his upcoming second solo photographic exhibition ‘The Art of Light’ which will open at The Harbour Gallery Jersey in St Aubin on Thursday 22nd September and continue until 13th October.Vince is a well-established local Jersey photographer, best known for his breath-taking landscape and wedding photography in addition to portraiture work including his most recent photographic competition ‘Child of the Year 2022’, voting for which will be open at the beginning of October.’The Art of Light’ is a photographic exhibition featuring Vince’s work from various stages of his photographic career as it has evolved over time. Talking about the exhibition, Vince explains “Photography is a way of feeling, of touching, of loving. What you have caught on film is captured forever. It remembers little things, long after you have forgotten everything.”The exhibition features a range of subjects all displaying various types of natural and man-made lighting from the tranquillity and colour of local Jersey scenery, vibrant still life imagery and dramatic architecture to rich and evocative night-time photography.Reflecting on his latest body of work, Vince said “Let’s travel into the past to see where my passion started and on into the present. I look for the new and the unusual along with photographic excellence.”The exhibition will officially open on Thursday 22nd September from 6.30pm to 8pm and along with a silent auction and exclusive limited-edition prints for sale on the evening, a raffle will be run in aid of Art in the Frame Foundation, the managing charity of The Harbour Gallery.

    The exhibition continues until 13th October from 10am to 4.30pm daily.

    ABOUT VINCE THORNE BESPOKE PHOTOGRAPHY: Vince is a well-respected, professional freelance photographer, based in St Helier, Jersey. Specialising in a variety of areas, from weddings to portrait, landscape and commercial photography, his distinctive, contemporary style of work, is expressed through his stunning and imaginative visuals. For Vince, photography is much more than just taking a photo, being able to capture a specific moment, that you can look back on for years to come, is just like travelling in time. More information can be found at www.vincethorne.com.

    Vince Thorne

    07797 753213

    [email protected]

    www.theharbourgalleryjersey.com

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

  • Trade Roots
    10:00 am-4:00 pm
    2022.10.10-2023.02.04

    JERSEY’S LINKS TO TRANSATLANTIC SLAVERY

    Thought-provoking, and at times challenging, this exhibition exposes some uncomfortable new stories from Jersey’s past and examines the legacy and impact of transatlantic slavery on the Island’s community today.

    This new exhibition at Jersey Museum examines the evidence of the Island’s involvement in the transatlantic slave trade, including Jersey’s Lieutenant-Governor Sir George Carteret who was a founder member of the Royal Africa Company that traded in ivory, gold and enslaved people in the 17th century; Captain François Messervy of Jersey who was killed in 1722 during an uprising on board his slave ship off the coast of Africa; and Jersey trader Josué Mauger who in 1752 advertised enslaved people for sale in Nova Scotia, Canada, where his business was based.

    The exhibition is in the Victorian House at Jersey Museum, with its impressive mahogany staircase, because new research has shown that the house was built partly on the profits of the transatlantic slave trade. ‘Trade Roots’ explores Jersey’s historic links to slavery, from Islanders who owned mahogany plantations overseas and traded in slave-produced goods, to those who campaigned for the abolition of slavery.

    Thought-provoking, and at times challenging, this exhibition exposes some uncomfortable new stories from Jersey’s past and examines the legacy and impact of transatlantic slavery on the Island’s community today.

     

    1. The statue of Sir George Carteret was covered in red paint during the Black Lives Matter demonstrations of 2020.
    2. Jerseyman Joshua Mauger advertised enslaved people for sale in Nova Scotia in 1752.
    3. Enslaved labour was used to harvest mahogany for staircases and furniture in Jersey properties such as the Victorian House.

     

  • Mont Orgueil Castle Tour
    11:00 am-12:00 pm
    2022.10.10-2023.01.11

    Take a tour of the Castle with one of our volunteer guides.

    TOUR TIMES

    Tours last approx. 1 hour

    April to October

    Mondays 11am

    Tuesdays 11am

    Wednesdays 11am and 2pm

    Thursdays 11am

    Fridays 11am

    Saturdays 11am

    Sundays 11am

    Our tours are free of charge (normal entry fee applies).

    Tours are subject to change, please call the Castle on +44 (0)1534 853 292 to confirm the site tour is going ahead.

    Changes to schedule

    No Monday tour on 25 April / 2 May / 6, 13 June / 18, 25, 31 July

    No Thursday tour on  28 April / 19 May / 16 June

    On Thursday 28 April and 16 June there will be a tour at 2pm

    On Saturday 7 May tour will take place at 2pm

  • Hamptonne Tour
    11:15 am-12:15 pm
    2022.10.10-2023.01.09

    Take a tour with one of our volunteer guides.

    Tour times

    Tours last approx. 1 hour

    March to October

    Mondays 11.15am

    Tuesdays 11.15am

    Wednesdays 11.15am

    Thursdays 11.15am

    Fridays 11.15am

    Our tours are free of charge (normal entry fee applies).

    Tours are subject to change, please call Hamptonne on +44 (0) 1534 863 955 to confirm the site tour is going ahead.

    Changes to schedule

    No Tuesday tour on 5 April

    No Wednesday tours in September

    No Wednesday tour on 5 October

  • More events
    • ‘The Art of Light’ by local photographer Vince Thorne
      All day
      2022.10.10-2022.10.31

      Vince Thorne is delighted to announce his upcoming second solo photographic exhibition ‘The Art of Light’ which will open at The Harbour Gallery Jersey in St Aubin on Thursday 22nd September and continue until 13th October.Vince is a well-established local Jersey photographer, best known for his breath-taking landscape and wedding photography in addition to portraiture work including his most recent photographic competition ‘Child of the Year 2022’, voting for which will be open at the beginning of October.’The Art of Light’ is a photographic exhibition featuring Vince’s work from various stages of his photographic career as it has evolved over time. Talking about the exhibition, Vince explains “Photography is a way of feeling, of touching, of loving. What you have caught on film is captured forever. It remembers little things, long after you have forgotten everything.”The exhibition features a range of subjects all displaying various types of natural and man-made lighting from the tranquillity and colour of local Jersey scenery, vibrant still life imagery and dramatic architecture to rich and evocative night-time photography.Reflecting on his latest body of work, Vince said “Let’s travel into the past to see where my passion started and on into the present. I look for the new and the unusual along with photographic excellence.”The exhibition will officially open on Thursday 22nd September from 6.30pm to 8pm and along with a silent auction and exclusive limited-edition prints for sale on the evening, a raffle will be run in aid of Art in the Frame Foundation, the managing charity of The Harbour Gallery.

      The exhibition continues until 13th October from 10am to 4.30pm daily.

      ABOUT VINCE THORNE BESPOKE PHOTOGRAPHY: Vince is a well-respected, professional freelance photographer, based in St Helier, Jersey. Specialising in a variety of areas, from weddings to portrait, landscape and commercial photography, his distinctive, contemporary style of work, is expressed through his stunning and imaginative visuals. For Vince, photography is much more than just taking a photo, being able to capture a specific moment, that you can look back on for years to come, is just like travelling in time. More information can be found at www.vincethorne.com.

      Vince Thorne

      07797 753213

      [email protected]

      www.theharbourgalleryjersey.com

       

       

       

       

       

       

       

       

       

       

       

    • Trade Roots
      10:00 am-4:00 pm
      2022.10.10-2023.02.04

      JERSEY’S LINKS TO TRANSATLANTIC SLAVERY

      Thought-provoking, and at times challenging, this exhibition exposes some uncomfortable new stories from Jersey’s past and examines the legacy and impact of transatlantic slavery on the Island’s community today.

      This new exhibition at Jersey Museum examines the evidence of the Island’s involvement in the transatlantic slave trade, including Jersey’s Lieutenant-Governor Sir George Carteret who was a founder member of the Royal Africa Company that traded in ivory, gold and enslaved people in the 17th century; Captain François Messervy of Jersey who was killed in 1722 during an uprising on board his slave ship off the coast of Africa; and Jersey trader Josué Mauger who in 1752 advertised enslaved people for sale in Nova Scotia, Canada, where his business was based.

      The exhibition is in the Victorian House at Jersey Museum, with its impressive mahogany staircase, because new research has shown that the house was built partly on the profits of the transatlantic slave trade. ‘Trade Roots’ explores Jersey’s historic links to slavery, from Islanders who owned mahogany plantations overseas and traded in slave-produced goods, to those who campaigned for the abolition of slavery.

      Thought-provoking, and at times challenging, this exhibition exposes some uncomfortable new stories from Jersey’s past and examines the legacy and impact of transatlantic slavery on the Island’s community today.

       

      1. The statue of Sir George Carteret was covered in red paint during the Black Lives Matter demonstrations of 2020.
      2. Jerseyman Joshua Mauger advertised enslaved people for sale in Nova Scotia in 1752.
      3. Enslaved labour was used to harvest mahogany for staircases and furniture in Jersey properties such as the Victorian House.

       

    • Mont Orgueil Castle Tour
      11:00 am-12:00 pm
      2022.10.10-2023.01.11

      Take a tour of the Castle with one of our volunteer guides.

      TOUR TIMES

      Tours last approx. 1 hour

      April to October

      Mondays 11am

      Tuesdays 11am

      Wednesdays 11am and 2pm

      Thursdays 11am

      Fridays 11am

      Saturdays 11am

      Sundays 11am

      Our tours are free of charge (normal entry fee applies).

      Tours are subject to change, please call the Castle on +44 (0)1534 853 292 to confirm the site tour is going ahead.

      Changes to schedule

      No Monday tour on 25 April / 2 May / 6, 13 June / 18, 25, 31 July

      No Thursday tour on  28 April / 19 May / 16 June

      On Thursday 28 April and 16 June there will be a tour at 2pm

      On Saturday 7 May tour will take place at 2pm

    • Hamptonne Tour
      11:15 am-12:15 pm
      2022.10.10-2023.01.09

      Take a tour with one of our volunteer guides.

      Tour times

      Tours last approx. 1 hour

      March to October

      Mondays 11.15am

      Tuesdays 11.15am

      Wednesdays 11.15am

      Thursdays 11.15am

      Fridays 11.15am

      Our tours are free of charge (normal entry fee applies).

      Tours are subject to change, please call Hamptonne on +44 (0) 1534 863 955 to confirm the site tour is going ahead.

      Changes to schedule

      No Tuesday tour on 5 April

      No Wednesday tours in September

      No Wednesday tour on 5 October

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  • Castle Falconer
    10:00 am-4:00 pm
    2022.10.11

    Tuesdays and Sundays 10am to 4pm

    Meet Jean Simon, the Castle Falconer, and his hawk Sovereign.

    Discover how Jean Simon cares for and trains his birds of prey and watch him perform the fascinating skills of medieval falconry.  Learn about the significant part that falconry played in Tudor Life in and around the Castle grounds.

    Learn what a ‘hoodwinked’ or a ‘haggard’ bird is, and who is a ‘cadger’ or a ‘boozer’. You’ll find Jean Simon and Sovereign awaiting your presence in the Middle Ward.

    If you are going to Mont Orguiel Castle to see the falconer, please call ahead to ensure there is a performance +44 (0) 1534 853292

  • La Hougue Bie Tour
    11:00 am-3:00 pm
    2022.10.11-2023.01.12

    Take a tour with one of our volunteer guides.

    Tour times

    Tours last approx. 1 hour

    April to October

    Mondays 11am and 2pm

    Tuesdays 11am

    Wednesdays 11am

    Thursdays 11am

    Fridays 11am (starts 27 May)

    Saturdays 11am

    Sundays 11am

    Our tours are free of charge (normal entry fee applies).

    Tours are subject to change, please call La Hougue Bie on +44 (0) 1534 853 823 to confirm the site tour is going ahead.

    Changes to schedule

    No Monday tours on 9, 16, 23 May/ 25 July / 1, 8 August

    No Thursday tour on 24 March /12 May

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  • PEOPLE! POWER! PROTEST!
    All day
    2022.10.12-2023.03.19

    An exhibition that explores how the right to protest has shaped and influenced the Island that we know today.

    ‘People! Power! Protest!’ explores the story of protest in Jersey, from the Corn Riots of 1769 to the Black Lives Matter movement of 2020.

    Jersey may be small but Islanders have made their voices heard loud and clear over the years. Jersey has a fascinating history of protest in the Island and the theme of the exhibition coincides with the 250th anniversary of the Code of Laws that was introduced in response to the Corn Riots.

    The exhibition explores how the right to protest has shaped and influenced the Island that we know today, from historic protests, such as the Corn Riots, to more recent protests such as Extinction Rebellion and Black Lives Matter.

    Among the items on display is the official 18th century court records showing the redacted demands of the Corn Riots protestors, and the petition signed by thousands of people to try and save Queen’s Valley from being flooded in the 1980s. There are also the banners and placards from other protests over the years and photographs of significant post-war campaigns and demonstrations.

    As you enter the exhibition ‘People! Power! Protest!’, you’ll see a  stunning graffiti-style entrance wall by designer James Carter, of Midnight Industries. Celebrated local artist Ian Rolls has also created a new version of his iconic climate stripes mural in the environmental protest section of the exhibition.   Visitors can to listen to stories of protest and share their own memories of their involvement in campaigns and demonstrations over the years.

  • The Queen`s Visits To Jersey
    9:00 am-5:00 pm
    2022.10.12-2023.03.17

    An exhibition at Jersey Archive to mark the Platinum Jubilee.

    To mark the Platinum Jubilee, a FREE exhibition at Jersey Archive exploring the Royal Visits of the Monarch to our Island before and during her 70 years on the throne. Using images from the Jersey Evening Post Photo Archive and documents from the archive.

    Jersey Archive is open Monday to Thursday, 9am to 1pm and 2pm to 5pm.

  • Elizabeth Castle Tour
    10:45 am-3:00 pm
    2022.10.12-2023.01.14

    Take a tour of the Castle with one of our volunteer guides.

    TOUR TIMES

    Tours last approx. 1 hour

    April to October

    Mondays 10.45am and 2pm

    Tuesdays 10.45am and 1.30pm

    Wednesdays 10.45am and 2pm (afternoon tours take place in June, July and August)

    Thursdays 10.45am

    Fridays 10.45am and 1.30pm

    Saturdays 10.45am and 1pm

    Sundays 10.30am

    Our tours are free of charge (normal entry fee applies).

    Tours are subject to change, please call the Castle on +44 (0)1534 723 971 to confirm the site tour is going ahead.

    Changes to schedule

    No Tuesday morning tour on 5 , 12, 19 April

    No Wednesday morning tour on 6, 13 April

    No Thursday tour on  7 April

    No Friday tours on 15,  29 April / 6 May / 1, 16, 23 July/ 30 Sept / 7 Oct

    No Saturday morning tour 9, 16 April

    No Saturday afternoon tour on 9, 23 April/ 28 May/ 4 June / 9 July

    On Saturday 7 May tour will take place at 2pm

  • Castle Gunner
    11:00 am-3:30 pm
    2022.10.12-2023.01.18

    Meet the Castle Gunner at Elizabeth Castle, every weekday from 11am to 3.30pm.

    GUNNER GILLMAN

    Tuesday, Wednesday,  Thursday and Friday

    11am to 3.30pm in April

    10am to 4pm from May to end September

    It’s the year 1781, just months after the legendary battle of Jersey.  Gunner Gillman for the Royal Artillery Invalid Battalion, will captivate you with an account of the battle and tell you stories from the Castle’s dramatic past.  But, be prepared to  be drafted into the Midday Parade and witness the firing of the musket and cannon….it will be an experience to remember.

    GUNNER BLAKE

    Saturdays 11am to 2pm

    Gunner Blake will delight you with tales of his mother’s bean crock, among other delicacies, as he unravels the threads of Jersey’s history.  His skilled gunnery will ensure that you learn how to lead the signal gun in a way which will pack a punch when fired!

    GUNNER BELL

    Wednesdays 10am to 4pm

    Don’t be fooled by Gunner Bell’s impeccable manners and jolly disposition….a lifetime career in His Majesty’s service has hardened Gunner Bell to the wit and humour of the cheekiest of recruits.  His clear-cut demonstrations of cannon and musket fire are something to marvel at.  Gunner Bell does not visit the Castle every week, to avoid disappointment please call Elizabeth Castle on +44 (0)1534 723 971

  • The Addams Family
    7:30 pm-9:30 pm
    2022.10.12-2022.10.22

    • 12 OCTOBER – 22 OCTOBER 7.30PM
    • 15 + 22 OCTOBER 2.30PM + 7.30PM
    • 16 OCTOBER 2.30PM
    • NO PERFORMANCE ON 17 OCTOBER

    Everyone’s favourite kooky family is heading to the Jersey Arts Centre stage this October in this spectacular musical comedy from the writers of multi award-winning hit musical Jersey Boys, with music and lyrics by Tony Award-nominated Andrew Lippa.

    Wednesday Addams, the ultimate princess of darkness, is all grown up and has a shocking secret that only Gomez, her father, knows. She’s fallen in love with a sweet young man from a respectable family. With his cherished Morticia in the dark, will Gomez manage to keep his daughter’s secret until the two families meet for a fateful dinner with hilarious consequences? Join them, Uncle Fester, Lurch, Pugsley and a whole host of ghoulish ancestors for a heart-warming story of love, family and friendship…with a twist!

    With an extraordinary original score, fabulous dancing and laugh-out-loud moments, The Addams Family is sure to entertain, whether you are 12 or 312!

  • More events
    • PEOPLE! POWER! PROTEST!
      All day
      2022.10.12-2023.03.19

      An exhibition that explores how the right to protest has shaped and influenced the Island that we know today.

      ‘People! Power! Protest!’ explores the story of protest in Jersey, from the Corn Riots of 1769 to the Black Lives Matter movement of 2020.

      Jersey may be small but Islanders have made their voices heard loud and clear over the years. Jersey has a fascinating history of protest in the Island and the theme of the exhibition coincides with the 250th anniversary of the Code of Laws that was introduced in response to the Corn Riots.

      The exhibition explores how the right to protest has shaped and influenced the Island that we know today, from historic protests, such as the Corn Riots, to more recent protests such as Extinction Rebellion and Black Lives Matter.

      Among the items on display is the official 18th century court records showing the redacted demands of the Corn Riots protestors, and the petition signed by thousands of people to try and save Queen’s Valley from being flooded in the 1980s. There are also the banners and placards from other protests over the years and photographs of significant post-war campaigns and demonstrations.

      As you enter the exhibition ‘People! Power! Protest!’, you’ll see a  stunning graffiti-style entrance wall by designer James Carter, of Midnight Industries. Celebrated local artist Ian Rolls has also created a new version of his iconic climate stripes mural in the environmental protest section of the exhibition.   Visitors can to listen to stories of protest and share their own memories of their involvement in campaigns and demonstrations over the years.

    • The Queen`s Visits To Jersey
      9:00 am-5:00 pm
      2022.10.12-2023.03.17

      An exhibition at Jersey Archive to mark the Platinum Jubilee.

      To mark the Platinum Jubilee, a FREE exhibition at Jersey Archive exploring the Royal Visits of the Monarch to our Island before and during her 70 years on the throne. Using images from the Jersey Evening Post Photo Archive and documents from the archive.

      Jersey Archive is open Monday to Thursday, 9am to 1pm and 2pm to 5pm.

    • Elizabeth Castle Tour
      10:45 am-3:00 pm
      2022.10.12-2023.01.14

      Take a tour of the Castle with one of our volunteer guides.

      TOUR TIMES

      Tours last approx. 1 hour

      April to October

      Mondays 10.45am and 2pm

      Tuesdays 10.45am and 1.30pm

      Wednesdays 10.45am and 2pm (afternoon tours take place in June, July and August)

      Thursdays 10.45am

      Fridays 10.45am and 1.30pm

      Saturdays 10.45am and 1pm

      Sundays 10.30am

      Our tours are free of charge (normal entry fee applies).

      Tours are subject to change, please call the Castle on +44 (0)1534 723 971 to confirm the site tour is going ahead.

      Changes to schedule

      No Tuesday morning tour on 5 , 12, 19 April

      No Wednesday morning tour on 6, 13 April

      No Thursday tour on  7 April

      No Friday tours on 15,  29 April / 6 May / 1, 16, 23 July/ 30 Sept / 7 Oct

      No Saturday morning tour 9, 16 April

      No Saturday afternoon tour on 9, 23 April/ 28 May/ 4 June / 9 July

      On Saturday 7 May tour will take place at 2pm

    • Castle Gunner
      11:00 am-3:30 pm
      2022.10.12-2023.01.18

      Meet the Castle Gunner at Elizabeth Castle, every weekday from 11am to 3.30pm.

      GUNNER GILLMAN

      Tuesday, Wednesday,  Thursday and Friday

      11am to 3.30pm in April

      10am to 4pm from May to end September

      It’s the year 1781, just months after the legendary battle of Jersey.  Gunner Gillman for the Royal Artillery Invalid Battalion, will captivate you with an account of the battle and tell you stories from the Castle’s dramatic past.  But, be prepared to  be drafted into the Midday Parade and witness the firing of the musket and cannon….it will be an experience to remember.

      GUNNER BLAKE

      Saturdays 11am to 2pm

      Gunner Blake will delight you with tales of his mother’s bean crock, among other delicacies, as he unravels the threads of Jersey’s history.  His skilled gunnery will ensure that you learn how to lead the signal gun in a way which will pack a punch when fired!

      GUNNER BELL

      Wednesdays 10am to 4pm

      Don’t be fooled by Gunner Bell’s impeccable manners and jolly disposition….a lifetime career in His Majesty’s service has hardened Gunner Bell to the wit and humour of the cheekiest of recruits.  His clear-cut demonstrations of cannon and musket fire are something to marvel at.  Gunner Bell does not visit the Castle every week, to avoid disappointment please call Elizabeth Castle on +44 (0)1534 723 971

    • The Addams Family
      7:30 pm-9:30 pm
      2022.10.12-2022.10.22
      • 12 OCTOBER – 22 OCTOBER 7.30PM
      • 15 + 22 OCTOBER 2.30PM + 7.30PM
      • 16 OCTOBER 2.30PM
      • NO PERFORMANCE ON 17 OCTOBER

      Everyone’s favourite kooky family is heading to the Jersey Arts Centre stage this October in this spectacular musical comedy from the writers of multi award-winning hit musical Jersey Boys, with music and lyrics by Tony Award-nominated Andrew Lippa.

      Wednesday Addams, the ultimate princess of darkness, is all grown up and has a shocking secret that only Gomez, her father, knows. She’s fallen in love with a sweet young man from a respectable family. With his cherished Morticia in the dark, will Gomez manage to keep his daughter’s secret until the two families meet for a fateful dinner with hilarious consequences? Join them, Uncle Fester, Lurch, Pugsley and a whole host of ghoulish ancestors for a heart-warming story of love, family and friendship…with a twist!

      With an extraordinary original score, fabulous dancing and laugh-out-loud moments, The Addams Family is sure to entertain, whether you are 12 or 312!

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  • ‘The Art of Light’ by local photographer Vince Thorne
    All day
    2022.10.13-2022.11.03

    Vince Thorne is delighted to announce his upcoming second solo photographic exhibition ‘The Art of Light’ which will open at The Harbour Gallery Jersey in St Aubin on Thursday 22nd September and continue until 13th October.Vince is a well-established local Jersey photographer, best known for his breath-taking landscape and wedding photography in addition to portraiture work including his most recent photographic competition ‘Child of the Year 2022’, voting for which will be open at the beginning of October.’The Art of Light’ is a photographic exhibition featuring Vince’s work from various stages of his photographic career as it has evolved over time. Talking about the exhibition, Vince explains “Photography is a way of feeling, of touching, of loving. What you have caught on film is captured forever. It remembers little things, long after you have forgotten everything.”The exhibition features a range of subjects all displaying various types of natural and man-made lighting from the tranquillity and colour of local Jersey scenery, vibrant still life imagery and dramatic architecture to rich and evocative night-time photography.Reflecting on his latest body of work, Vince said “Let’s travel into the past to see where my passion started and on into the present. I look for the new and the unusual along with photographic excellence.”The exhibition will officially open on Thursday 22nd September from 6.30pm to 8pm and along with a silent auction and exclusive limited-edition prints for sale on the evening, a raffle will be run in aid of Art in the Frame Foundation, the managing charity of The Harbour Gallery.

    The exhibition continues until 13th October from 10am to 4.30pm daily.

    ABOUT VINCE THORNE BESPOKE PHOTOGRAPHY: Vince is a well-respected, professional freelance photographer, based in St Helier, Jersey. Specialising in a variety of areas, from weddings to portrait, landscape and commercial photography, his distinctive, contemporary style of work, is expressed through his stunning and imaginative visuals. For Vince, photography is much more than just taking a photo, being able to capture a specific moment, that you can look back on for years to come, is just like travelling in time. More information can be found at www.vincethorne.com.

    Vince Thorne

    07797 753213

    [email protected]

    www.theharbourgalleryjersey.com

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

  • Kelly Eastwood Art
    10:30 am-12:30 pm
    2022.10.13

    If you, a loved one, a neighbour, or a friend, have a few hours to spare, and want to connect with art and people – please contact me HERE to book your space.

    Details on this poster

  • Mont Orgueil Castle Tour
    11:00 am-12:00 pm
    2022.10.13-2023.01.14

    Take a tour of the Castle with one of our volunteer guides.

    TOUR TIMES

    Tours last approx. 1 hour

    April to October

    Mondays 11am

    Tuesdays 11am

    Wednesdays 11am and 2pm

    Thursdays 11am

    Fridays 11am

    Saturdays 11am

    Sundays 11am

    Our tours are free of charge (normal entry fee applies).

    Tours are subject to change, please call the Castle on +44 (0)1534 853 292 to confirm the site tour is going ahead.

    Changes to schedule

    No Monday tour on 25 April / 2 May / 6, 13 June / 18, 25, 31 July

    No Thursday tour on  28 April / 19 May / 16 June

    On Thursday 28 April and 16 June there will be a tour at 2pm

    On Saturday 7 May tour will take place at 2pm

  • Hamptonne Tour
    11:15 am-12:15 pm
    2022.10.13-2023.01.12

    Take a tour with one of our volunteer guides.

    Tour times

    Tours last approx. 1 hour

    March to October

    Mondays 11.15am

    Tuesdays 11.15am

    Wednesdays 11.15am

    Thursdays 11.15am

    Fridays 11.15am

    Our tours are free of charge (normal entry fee applies).

    Tours are subject to change, please call Hamptonne on +44 (0) 1534 863 955 to confirm the site tour is going ahead.

    Changes to schedule

    No Tuesday tour on 5 April

    No Wednesday tours in September

    No Wednesday tour on 5 October

  • More events
    • ‘The Art of Light’ by local photographer Vince Thorne
      All day
      2022.10.13-2022.11.03

      Vince Thorne is delighted to announce his upcoming second solo photographic exhibition ‘The Art of Light’ which will open at The Harbour Gallery Jersey in St Aubin on Thursday 22nd September and continue until 13th October.Vince is a well-established local Jersey photographer, best known for his breath-taking landscape and wedding photography in addition to portraiture work including his most recent photographic competition ‘Child of the Year 2022’, voting for which will be open at the beginning of October.’The Art of Light’ is a photographic exhibition featuring Vince’s work from various stages of his photographic career as it has evolved over time. Talking about the exhibition, Vince explains “Photography is a way of feeling, of touching, of loving. What you have caught on film is captured forever. It remembers little things, long after you have forgotten everything.”The exhibition features a range of subjects all displaying various types of natural and man-made lighting from the tranquillity and colour of local Jersey scenery, vibrant still life imagery and dramatic architecture to rich and evocative night-time photography.Reflecting on his latest body of work, Vince said “Let’s travel into the past to see where my passion started and on into the present. I look for the new and the unusual along with photographic excellence.”The exhibition will officially open on Thursday 22nd September from 6.30pm to 8pm and along with a silent auction and exclusive limited-edition prints for sale on the evening, a raffle will be run in aid of Art in the Frame Foundation, the managing charity of The Harbour Gallery.

      The exhibition continues until 13th October from 10am to 4.30pm daily.

      ABOUT VINCE THORNE BESPOKE PHOTOGRAPHY: Vince is a well-respected, professional freelance photographer, based in St Helier, Jersey. Specialising in a variety of areas, from weddings to portrait, landscape and commercial photography, his distinctive, contemporary style of work, is expressed through his stunning and imaginative visuals. For Vince, photography is much more than just taking a photo, being able to capture a specific moment, that you can look back on for years to come, is just like travelling in time. More information can be found at www.vincethorne.com.

      Vince Thorne

      07797 753213

      [email protected]

      www.theharbourgalleryjersey.com

       

       

       

       

       

       

       

       

       

       

       

    • Kelly Eastwood Art
      10:30 am-12:30 pm
      2022.10.13

      If you, a loved one, a neighbour, or a friend, have a few hours to spare, and want to connect with art and people – please contact me HERE to book your space.

      Details on this poster

    • Mont Orgueil Castle Tour
      11:00 am-12:00 pm
      2022.10.13-2023.01.14

      Take a tour of the Castle with one of our volunteer guides.

      TOUR TIMES

      Tours last approx. 1 hour

      April to October

      Mondays 11am

      Tuesdays 11am

      Wednesdays 11am and 2pm

      Thursdays 11am

      Fridays 11am

      Saturdays 11am

      Sundays 11am

      Our tours are free of charge (normal entry fee applies).

      Tours are subject to change, please call the Castle on +44 (0)1534 853 292 to confirm the site tour is going ahead.

      Changes to schedule

      No Monday tour on 25 April / 2 May / 6, 13 June / 18, 25, 31 July

      No Thursday tour on  28 April / 19 May / 16 June

      On Thursday 28 April and 16 June there will be a tour at 2pm

      On Saturday 7 May tour will take place at 2pm

    • Hamptonne Tour
      11:15 am-12:15 pm
      2022.10.13-2023.01.12

      Take a tour with one of our volunteer guides.

      Tour times

      Tours last approx. 1 hour

      March to October

      Mondays 11.15am

      Tuesdays 11.15am

      Wednesdays 11.15am

      Thursdays 11.15am

      Fridays 11.15am

      Our tours are free of charge (normal entry fee applies).

      Tours are subject to change, please call Hamptonne on +44 (0) 1534 863 955 to confirm the site tour is going ahead.

      Changes to schedule

      No Tuesday tour on 5 April

      No Wednesday tours in September

      No Wednesday tour on 5 October

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  • La Hougue Bie Tour
    11:00 am-3:00 pm
    2022.10.14-2023.01.15

    Take a tour with one of our volunteer guides.

    Tour times

    Tours last approx. 1 hour

    April to October

    Mondays 11am and 2pm

    Tuesdays 11am

    Wednesdays 11am

    Thursdays 11am

    Fridays 11am (starts 27 May)

    Saturdays 11am

    Sundays 11am

    Our tours are free of charge (normal entry fee applies).

    Tours are subject to change, please call La Hougue Bie on +44 (0) 1534 853 823 to confirm the site tour is going ahead.

    Changes to schedule

    No Monday tours on 9, 16, 23 May/ 25 July / 1, 8 August

    No Thursday tour on 24 March /12 May

15
  • The Queen`s Visits To Jersey
    9:00 am-5:00 pm
    2022.10.15-2023.03.20

    An exhibition at Jersey Archive to mark the Platinum Jubilee.

    To mark the Platinum Jubilee, a FREE exhibition at Jersey Archive exploring the Royal Visits of the Monarch to our Island before and during her 70 years on the throne. Using images from the Jersey Evening Post Photo Archive and documents from the archive.

    Jersey Archive is open Monday to Thursday, 9am to 1pm and 2pm to 5pm.

  • LA FAÎS’SIE D’CIDRE
    10:00 am-5:00 pm
    2022.10.15-2022.10.16

    La Faîs’sie d’Cidre brings together communities, volunteers and apple and cider experts to create a unique Jersey experience in the beautiful surroundings of Hamptonne.

    But it’s not all about the cider – there’s also live music, entertainers, creative activities, dance, artisan sellers, fantastic food and even better company.

    There really is something for everyone – lots to do, things to learn, people to meet and fun to be had!

  • Living History – Victorian Photographer
    10:00 am-4:00 pm
    2022.10.15

    Come and keep still and have your portrait taken by the Victorian photographer Thomas CR Kennedy in the Victorian House at Jersey Museum & Art Gallery.

    12 July

    22 August

    13 September

    24 September

    4 October

    15 October

    24 October

    10am to 4pm

    Can you keep still for at least 15 seconds? That’s how long it took for your photograph to be taken in the 1860s. Once again, renowned Victorian photographer Thomas CR Kennedy will be revisiting the Victorian House at Jersey Museum & Art Gallery. He will be accompanied by his good lady wife and assistant Annigna.

    Come in your own Victorian attire, or select an outfit from our wardrobe, and take away as a souvenir your own Carte de Visite portrait photograph.

    Please telephone the Jersey Museum on 01534-633300 to book your sitting for a payment to Jersey Heritage of just £5.

  • Castle Gunner
    11:00 am-3:30 pm
    2022.10.15-2023.01.21

    Meet the Castle Gunner at Elizabeth Castle, every weekday from 11am to 3.30pm.

    GUNNER GILLMAN

    Tuesday, Wednesday,  Thursday and Friday

    11am to 3.30pm in April

    10am to 4pm from May to end September

    It’s the year 1781, just months after the legendary battle of Jersey.  Gunner Gillman for the Royal Artillery Invalid Battalion, will captivate you with an account of the battle and tell you stories from the Castle’s dramatic past.  But, be prepared to  be drafted into the Midday Parade and witness the firing of the musket and cannon….it will be an experience to remember.

    GUNNER BLAKE

    Saturdays 11am to 2pm

    Gunner Blake will delight you with tales of his mother’s bean crock, among other delicacies, as he unravels the threads of Jersey’s history.  His skilled gunnery will ensure that you learn how to lead the signal gun in a way which will pack a punch when fired!

    GUNNER BELL

    Wednesdays 10am to 4pm

    Don’t be fooled by Gunner Bell’s impeccable manners and jolly disposition….a lifetime career in His Majesty’s service has hardened Gunner Bell to the wit and humour of the cheekiest of recruits.  His clear-cut demonstrations of cannon and musket fire are something to marvel at.  Gunner Bell does not visit the Castle every week, to avoid disappointment please call Elizabeth Castle on +44 (0)1534 723 971

  • CINEKIDS – Petit vampire
    2:00 pm-4:30 pm
    2022.10.15

    https://youtu.be/DcY94xcgpOQ

    A friendship forms between a never-aging 10-year-old vampire and an orphan schoolboy, but a moon-headed monster throws obstacles in their paths. A movie for all the family (from 6 years old)!

    The screening will be followed by a “goûter”

    1h25 with English subtitles

    Booking essential on eventbrite here

  • Jersey Leonis ABC vs Western Counties
    6:30 pm-10:30 pm
    2022.10.15

    Jersey Leonis ABC a will be facing a team of boxers from the Western Counties clubs. As per usual a night of amateur boxing not to be missed.

  • The Addams Family
    7:30 pm-9:30 pm
    2022.10.15-2022.10.25

    • 12 OCTOBER – 22 OCTOBER 7.30PM
    • 15 + 22 OCTOBER 2.30PM + 7.30PM
    • 16 OCTOBER 2.30PM
    • NO PERFORMANCE ON 17 OCTOBER

    Everyone’s favourite kooky family is heading to the Jersey Arts Centre stage this October in this spectacular musical comedy from the writers of multi award-winning hit musical Jersey Boys, with music and lyrics by Tony Award-nominated Andrew Lippa.

    Wednesday Addams, the ultimate princess of darkness, is all grown up and has a shocking secret that only Gomez, her father, knows. She’s fallen in love with a sweet young man from a respectable family. With his cherished Morticia in the dark, will Gomez manage to keep his daughter’s secret until the two families meet for a fateful dinner with hilarious consequences? Join them, Uncle Fester, Lurch, Pugsley and a whole host of ghoulish ancestors for a heart-warming story of love, family and friendship…with a twist!

    With an extraordinary original score, fabulous dancing and laugh-out-loud moments, The Addams Family is sure to entertain, whether you are 12 or 312!

  • More events
    • The Queen`s Visits To Jersey
      9:00 am-5:00 pm
      2022.10.15-2023.03.20

      An exhibition at Jersey Archive to mark the Platinum Jubilee.

      To mark the Platinum Jubilee, a FREE exhibition at Jersey Archive exploring the Royal Visits of the Monarch to our Island before and during her 70 years on the throne. Using images from the Jersey Evening Post Photo Archive and documents from the archive.

      Jersey Archive is open Monday to Thursday, 9am to 1pm and 2pm to 5pm.

    • LA FAÎS’SIE D’CIDRE
      10:00 am-5:00 pm
      2022.10.15-2022.10.16

      La Faîs’sie d’Cidre brings together communities, volunteers and apple and cider experts to create a unique Jersey experience in the beautiful surroundings of Hamptonne.

      But it’s not all about the cider – there’s also live music, entertainers, creative activities, dance, artisan sellers, fantastic food and even better company.

      There really is something for everyone – lots to do, things to learn, people to meet and fun to be had!

    • Living History - Victorian Photographer
      10:00 am-4:00 pm
      2022.10.15

      Come and keep still and have your portrait taken by the Victorian photographer Thomas CR Kennedy in the Victorian House at Jersey Museum & Art Gallery.

      12 July

      22 August

      13 September

      24 September

      4 October

      15 October

      24 October

      10am to 4pm

      Can you keep still for at least 15 seconds? That’s how long it took for your photograph to be taken in the 1860s. Once again, renowned Victorian photographer Thomas CR Kennedy will be revisiting the Victorian House at Jersey Museum & Art Gallery. He will be accompanied by his good lady wife and assistant Annigna.

      Come in your own Victorian attire, or select an outfit from our wardrobe, and take away as a souvenir your own Carte de Visite portrait photograph.

      Please telephone the Jersey Museum on 01534-633300 to book your sitting for a payment to Jersey Heritage of just £5.

    • Castle Gunner
      11:00 am-3:30 pm
      2022.10.15-2023.01.21

      Meet the Castle Gunner at Elizabeth Castle, every weekday from 11am to 3.30pm.

      GUNNER GILLMAN

      Tuesday, Wednesday,  Thursday and Friday

      11am to 3.30pm in April

      10am to 4pm from May to end September

      It’s the year 1781, just months after the legendary battle of Jersey.  Gunner Gillman for the Royal Artillery Invalid Battalion, will captivate you with an account of the battle and tell you stories from the Castle’s dramatic past.  But, be prepared to  be drafted into the Midday Parade and witness the firing of the musket and cannon….it will be an experience to remember.

      GUNNER BLAKE

      Saturdays 11am to 2pm

      Gunner Blake will delight you with tales of his mother’s bean crock, among other delicacies, as he unravels the threads of Jersey’s history.  His skilled gunnery will ensure that you learn how to lead the signal gun in a way which will pack a punch when fired!

      GUNNER BELL

      Wednesdays 10am to 4pm

      Don’t be fooled by Gunner Bell’s impeccable manners and jolly disposition….a lifetime career in His Majesty’s service has hardened Gunner Bell to the wit and humour of the cheekiest of recruits.  His clear-cut demonstrations of cannon and musket fire are something to marvel at.  Gunner Bell does not visit the Castle every week, to avoid disappointment please call Elizabeth Castle on +44 (0)1534 723 971

    • CINEKIDS - Petit vampire
      2:00 pm-4:30 pm
      2022.10.15

      https://youtu.be/DcY94xcgpOQ

      A friendship forms between a never-aging 10-year-old vampire and an orphan schoolboy, but a moon-headed monster throws obstacles in their paths. A movie for all the family (from 6 years old)!

      The screening will be followed by a “goûter”

      1h25 with English subtitles

      Booking essential on eventbrite here

    • Jersey Leonis ABC vs Western Counties
      6:30 pm-10:30 pm
      2022.10.15

      Jersey Leonis ABC a will be facing a team of boxers from the Western Counties clubs. As per usual a night of amateur boxing not to be missed.

    • The Addams Family
      7:30 pm-9:30 pm
      2022.10.15-2022.10.25
      • 12 OCTOBER – 22 OCTOBER 7.30PM
      • 15 + 22 OCTOBER 2.30PM + 7.30PM
      • 16 OCTOBER 2.30PM
      • NO PERFORMANCE ON 17 OCTOBER

      Everyone’s favourite kooky family is heading to the Jersey Arts Centre stage this October in this spectacular musical comedy from the writers of multi award-winning hit musical Jersey Boys, with music and lyrics by Tony Award-nominated Andrew Lippa.

      Wednesday Addams, the ultimate princess of darkness, is all grown up and has a shocking secret that only Gomez, her father, knows. She’s fallen in love with a sweet young man from a respectable family. With his cherished Morticia in the dark, will Gomez manage to keep his daughter’s secret until the two families meet for a fateful dinner with hilarious consequences? Join them, Uncle Fester, Lurch, Pugsley and a whole host of ghoulish ancestors for a heart-warming story of love, family and friendship…with a twist!

      With an extraordinary original score, fabulous dancing and laugh-out-loud moments, The Addams Family is sure to entertain, whether you are 12 or 312!

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  • Castle Falconer
    10:00 am-4:00 pm
    2022.10.16

    Tuesdays and Sundays 10am to 4pm

    Meet Jean Simon, the Castle Falconer, and his hawk Sovereign.

    Discover how Jean Simon cares for and trains his birds of prey and watch him perform the fascinating skills of medieval falconry.  Learn about the significant part that falconry played in Tudor Life in and around the Castle grounds.

    Learn what a ‘hoodwinked’ or a ‘haggard’ bird is, and who is a ‘cadger’ or a ‘boozer’. You’ll find Jean Simon and Sovereign awaiting your presence in the Middle Ward.

    If you are going to Mont Orguiel Castle to see the falconer, please call ahead to ensure there is a performance +44 (0) 1534 853292

  • Elizabeth Castle Tour
    10:45 am-3:00 pm
    2022.10.16-2023.01.18

    Take a tour of the Castle with one of our volunteer guides.

    TOUR TIMES

    Tours last approx. 1 hour

    April to October

    Mondays 10.45am and 2pm

    Tuesdays 10.45am and 1.30pm

    Wednesdays 10.45am and 2pm (afternoon tours take place in June, July and August)

    Thursdays 10.45am

    Fridays 10.45am and 1.30pm

    Saturdays 10.45am and 1pm

    Sundays 10.30am

    Our tours are free of charge (normal entry fee applies).

    Tours are subject to change, please call the Castle on +44 (0)1534 723 971 to confirm the site tour is going ahead.

    Changes to schedule

    No Tuesday morning tour on 5 , 12, 19 April

    No Wednesday morning tour on 6, 13 April

    No Thursday tour on  7 April

    No Friday tours on 15,  29 April / 6 May / 1, 16, 23 July/ 30 Sept / 7 Oct

    No Saturday morning tour 9, 16 April

    No Saturday afternoon tour on 9, 23 April/ 28 May/ 4 June / 9 July

    On Saturday 7 May tour will take place at 2pm

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  • Trade Roots
    10:00 am-4:00 pm
    2022.10.17-2023.02.11

    JERSEY’S LINKS TO TRANSATLANTIC SLAVERY

    Thought-provoking, and at times challenging, this exhibition exposes some uncomfortable new stories from Jersey’s past and examines the legacy and impact of transatlantic slavery on the Island’s community today.

    This new exhibition at Jersey Museum examines the evidence of the Island’s involvement in the transatlantic slave trade, including Jersey’s Lieutenant-Governor Sir George Carteret who was a founder member of the Royal Africa Company that traded in ivory, gold and enslaved people in the 17th century; Captain François Messervy of Jersey who was killed in 1722 during an uprising on board his slave ship off the coast of Africa; and Jersey trader Josué Mauger who in 1752 advertised enslaved people for sale in Nova Scotia, Canada, where his business was based.

    The exhibition is in the Victorian House at Jersey Museum, with its impressive mahogany staircase, because new research has shown that the house was built partly on the profits of the transatlantic slave trade. ‘Trade Roots’ explores Jersey’s historic links to slavery, from Islanders who owned mahogany plantations overseas and traded in slave-produced goods, to those who campaigned for the abolition of slavery.

    Thought-provoking, and at times challenging, this exhibition exposes some uncomfortable new stories from Jersey’s past and examines the legacy and impact of transatlantic slavery on the Island’s community today.

     

    1. The statue of Sir George Carteret was covered in red paint during the Black Lives Matter demonstrations of 2020.
    2. Jerseyman Joshua Mauger advertised enslaved people for sale in Nova Scotia in 1752.
    3. Enslaved labour was used to harvest mahogany for staircases and furniture in Jersey properties such as the Victorian House.

     

  • Mont Orgueil Castle Tour
    11:00 am-12:00 pm
    2022.10.17-2023.01.18

    Take a tour of the Castle with one of our volunteer guides.

    TOUR TIMES

    Tours last approx. 1 hour

    April to October

    Mondays 11am

    Tuesdays 11am

    Wednesdays 11am and 2pm

    Thursdays 11am

    Fridays 11am

    Saturdays 11am

    Sundays 11am

    Our tours are free of charge (normal entry fee applies).

    Tours are subject to change, please call the Castle on +44 (0)1534 853 292 to confirm the site tour is going ahead.

    Changes to schedule

    No Monday tour on 25 April / 2 May / 6, 13 June / 18, 25, 31 July

    No Thursday tour on  28 April / 19 May / 16 June

    On Thursday 28 April and 16 June there will be a tour at 2pm

    On Saturday 7 May tour will take place at 2pm

  • Hamptonne Tour
    11:15 am-12:15 pm
    2022.10.17-2023.01.16

    Take a tour with one of our volunteer guides.

    Tour times

    Tours last approx. 1 hour

    March to October

    Mondays 11.15am

    Tuesdays 11.15am

    Wednesdays 11.15am

    Thursdays 11.15am

    Fridays 11.15am

    Our tours are free of charge (normal entry fee applies).

    Tours are subject to change, please call Hamptonne on +44 (0) 1534 863 955 to confirm the site tour is going ahead.

    Changes to schedule

    No Tuesday tour on 5 April

    No Wednesday tours in September

    No Wednesday tour on 5 October

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  • Castle Falconer
    10:00 am-4:00 pm
    2022.10.18

    Tuesdays and Sundays 10am to 4pm

    Meet Jean Simon, the Castle Falconer, and his hawk Sovereign.

    Discover how Jean Simon cares for and trains his birds of prey and watch him perform the fascinating skills of medieval falconry.  Learn about the significant part that falconry played in Tudor Life in and around the Castle grounds.

    Learn what a ‘hoodwinked’ or a ‘haggard’ bird is, and who is a ‘cadger’ or a ‘boozer’. You’ll find Jean Simon and Sovereign awaiting your presence in the Middle Ward.

    If you are going to Mont Orguiel Castle to see the falconer, please call ahead to ensure there is a performance +44 (0) 1534 853292

  • La Hougue Bie Tour
    11:00 am-3:00 pm
    2022.10.18-2023.01.19

    Take a tour with one of our volunteer guides.

    Tour times

    Tours last approx. 1 hour

    April to October

    Mondays 11am and 2pm

    Tuesdays 11am

    Wednesdays 11am

    Thursdays 11am

    Fridays 11am (starts 27 May)

    Saturdays 11am

    Sundays 11am

    Our tours are free of charge (normal entry fee applies).

    Tours are subject to change, please call La Hougue Bie on +44 (0) 1534 853 823 to confirm the site tour is going ahead.

    Changes to schedule

    No Monday tours on 9, 16, 23 May/ 25 July / 1, 8 August

    No Thursday tour on 24 March /12 May

  • The Addams Family
    7:30 pm-9:30 pm
    2022.10.18-2022.10.28

    • 12 OCTOBER – 22 OCTOBER 7.30PM
    • 15 + 22 OCTOBER 2.30PM + 7.30PM
    • 16 OCTOBER 2.30PM
    • NO PERFORMANCE ON 17 OCTOBER

    Everyone’s favourite kooky family is heading to the Jersey Arts Centre stage this October in this spectacular musical comedy from the writers of multi award-winning hit musical Jersey Boys, with music and lyrics by Tony Award-nominated Andrew Lippa.

    Wednesday Addams, the ultimate princess of darkness, is all grown up and has a shocking secret that only Gomez, her father, knows. She’s fallen in love with a sweet young man from a respectable family. With his cherished Morticia in the dark, will Gomez manage to keep his daughter’s secret until the two families meet for a fateful dinner with hilarious consequences? Join them, Uncle Fester, Lurch, Pugsley and a whole host of ghoulish ancestors for a heart-warming story of love, family and friendship…with a twist!

    With an extraordinary original score, fabulous dancing and laugh-out-loud moments, The Addams Family is sure to entertain, whether you are 12 or 312!

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  • PEOPLE! POWER! PROTEST!
    All day
    2022.10.19-2023.03.26

    An exhibition that explores how the right to protest has shaped and influenced the Island that we know today.

    ‘People! Power! Protest!’ explores the story of protest in Jersey, from the Corn Riots of 1769 to the Black Lives Matter movement of 2020.

    Jersey may be small but Islanders have made their voices heard loud and clear over the years. Jersey has a fascinating history of protest in the Island and the theme of the exhibition coincides with the 250th anniversary of the Code of Laws that was introduced in response to the Corn Riots.

    The exhibition explores how the right to protest has shaped and influenced the Island that we know today, from historic protests, such as the Corn Riots, to more recent protests such as Extinction Rebellion and Black Lives Matter.

    Among the items on display is the official 18th century court records showing the redacted demands of the Corn Riots protestors, and the petition signed by thousands of people to try and save Queen’s Valley from being flooded in the 1980s. There are also the banners and placards from other protests over the years and photographs of significant post-war campaigns and demonstrations.

    As you enter the exhibition ‘People! Power! Protest!’, you’ll see a  stunning graffiti-style entrance wall by designer James Carter, of Midnight Industries. Celebrated local artist Ian Rolls has also created a new version of his iconic climate stripes mural in the environmental protest section of the exhibition.   Visitors can to listen to stories of protest and share their own memories of their involvement in campaigns and demonstrations over the years.

  • The Queen`s Visits To Jersey
    9:00 am-5:00 pm
    2022.10.19-2023.03.24

    An exhibition at Jersey Archive to mark the Platinum Jubilee.

    To mark the Platinum Jubilee, a FREE exhibition at Jersey Archive exploring the Royal Visits of the Monarch to our Island before and during her 70 years on the throne. Using images from the Jersey Evening Post Photo Archive and documents from the archive.

    Jersey Archive is open Monday to Thursday, 9am to 1pm and 2pm to 5pm.

  • Elizabeth Castle Tour
    10:45 am-3:00 pm
    2022.10.19-2023.01.21

    Take a tour of the Castle with one of our volunteer guides.

    TOUR TIMES

    Tours last approx. 1 hour

    April to October

    Mondays 10.45am and 2pm

    Tuesdays 10.45am and 1.30pm

    Wednesdays 10.45am and 2pm (afternoon tours take place in June, July and August)

    Thursdays 10.45am

    Fridays 10.45am and 1.30pm

    Saturdays 10.45am and 1pm

    Sundays 10.30am

    Our tours are free of charge (normal entry fee applies).

    Tours are subject to change, please call the Castle on +44 (0)1534 723 971 to confirm the site tour is going ahead.

    Changes to schedule

    No Tuesday morning tour on 5 , 12, 19 April

    No Wednesday morning tour on 6, 13 April

    No Thursday tour on  7 April

    No Friday tours on 15,  29 April / 6 May / 1, 16, 23 July/ 30 Sept / 7 Oct

    No Saturday morning tour 9, 16 April

    No Saturday afternoon tour on 9, 23 April/ 28 May/ 4 June / 9 July

    On Saturday 7 May tour will take place at 2pm

  • Castle Gunner
    11:00 am-3:30 pm
    2022.10.19-2023.01.25

    Meet the Castle Gunner at Elizabeth Castle, every weekday from 11am to 3.30pm.

    GUNNER GILLMAN

    Tuesday, Wednesday,  Thursday and Friday

    11am to 3.30pm in April

    10am to 4pm from May to end September

    It’s the year 1781, just months after the legendary battle of Jersey.  Gunner Gillman for the Royal Artillery Invalid Battalion, will captivate you with an account of the battle and tell you stories from the Castle’s dramatic past.  But, be prepared to  be drafted into the Midday Parade and witness the firing of the musket and cannon….it will be an experience to remember.

    GUNNER BLAKE

    Saturdays 11am to 2pm

    Gunner Blake will delight you with tales of his mother’s bean crock, among other delicacies, as he unravels the threads of Jersey’s history.  His skilled gunnery will ensure that you learn how to lead the signal gun in a way which will pack a punch when fired!

    GUNNER BELL

    Wednesdays 10am to 4pm

    Don’t be fooled by Gunner Bell’s impeccable manners and jolly disposition….a lifetime career in His Majesty’s service has hardened Gunner Bell to the wit and humour of the cheekiest of recruits.  His clear-cut demonstrations of cannon and musket fire are something to marvel at.  Gunner Bell does not visit the Castle every week, to avoid disappointment please call Elizabeth Castle on +44 (0)1534 723 971

  • More events
    • PEOPLE! POWER! PROTEST!
      All day
      2022.10.19-2023.03.26

      An exhibition that explores how the right to protest has shaped and influenced the Island that we know today.

      ‘People! Power! Protest!’ explores the story of protest in Jersey, from the Corn Riots of 1769 to the Black Lives Matter movement of 2020.

      Jersey may be small but Islanders have made their voices heard loud and clear over the years. Jersey has a fascinating history of protest in the Island and the theme of the exhibition coincides with the 250th anniversary of the Code of Laws that was introduced in response to the Corn Riots.

      The exhibition explores how the right to protest has shaped and influenced the Island that we know today, from historic protests, such as the Corn Riots, to more recent protests such as Extinction Rebellion and Black Lives Matter.

      Among the items on display is the official 18th century court records showing the redacted demands of the Corn Riots protestors, and the petition signed by thousands of people to try and save Queen’s Valley from being flooded in the 1980s. There are also the banners and placards from other protests over the years and photographs of significant post-war campaigns and demonstrations.

      As you enter the exhibition ‘People! Power! Protest!’, you’ll see a  stunning graffiti-style entrance wall by designer James Carter, of Midnight Industries. Celebrated local artist Ian Rolls has also created a new version of his iconic climate stripes mural in the environmental protest section of the exhibition.   Visitors can to listen to stories of protest and share their own memories of their involvement in campaigns and demonstrations over the years.

    • The Queen`s Visits To Jersey
      9:00 am-5:00 pm
      2022.10.19-2023.03.24

      An exhibition at Jersey Archive to mark the Platinum Jubilee.

      To mark the Platinum Jubilee, a FREE exhibition at Jersey Archive exploring the Royal Visits of the Monarch to our Island before and during her 70 years on the throne. Using images from the Jersey Evening Post Photo Archive and documents from the archive.

      Jersey Archive is open Monday to Thursday, 9am to 1pm and 2pm to 5pm.

    • Elizabeth Castle Tour
      10:45 am-3:00 pm
      2022.10.19-2023.01.21

      Take a tour of the Castle with one of our volunteer guides.

      TOUR TIMES

      Tours last approx. 1 hour

      April to October

      Mondays 10.45am and 2pm

      Tuesdays 10.45am and 1.30pm

      Wednesdays 10.45am and 2pm (afternoon tours take place in June, July and August)

      Thursdays 10.45am

      Fridays 10.45am and 1.30pm

      Saturdays 10.45am and 1pm

      Sundays 10.30am

      Our tours are free of charge (normal entry fee applies).

      Tours are subject to change, please call the Castle on +44 (0)1534 723 971 to confirm the site tour is going ahead.

      Changes to schedule

      No Tuesday morning tour on 5 , 12, 19 April

      No Wednesday morning tour on 6, 13 April

      No Thursday tour on  7 April

      No Friday tours on 15,  29 April / 6 May / 1, 16, 23 July/ 30 Sept / 7 Oct

      No Saturday morning tour 9, 16 April

      No Saturday afternoon tour on 9, 23 April/ 28 May/ 4 June / 9 July

      On Saturday 7 May tour will take place at 2pm

    • Castle Gunner
      11:00 am-3:30 pm
      2022.10.19-2023.01.25

      Meet the Castle Gunner at Elizabeth Castle, every weekday from 11am to 3.30pm.

      GUNNER GILLMAN

      Tuesday, Wednesday,  Thursday and Friday

      11am to 3.30pm in April

      10am to 4pm from May to end September

      It’s the year 1781, just months after the legendary battle of Jersey.  Gunner Gillman for the Royal Artillery Invalid Battalion, will captivate you with an account of the battle and tell you stories from the Castle’s dramatic past.  But, be prepared to  be drafted into the Midday Parade and witness the firing of the musket and cannon….it will be an experience to remember.

      GUNNER BLAKE

      Saturdays 11am to 2pm

      Gunner Blake will delight you with tales of his mother’s bean crock, among other delicacies, as he unravels the threads of Jersey’s history.  His skilled gunnery will ensure that you learn how to lead the signal gun in a way which will pack a punch when fired!

      GUNNER BELL

      Wednesdays 10am to 4pm

      Don’t be fooled by Gunner Bell’s impeccable manners and jolly disposition….a lifetime career in His Majesty’s service has hardened Gunner Bell to the wit and humour of the cheekiest of recruits.  His clear-cut demonstrations of cannon and musket fire are something to marvel at.  Gunner Bell does not visit the Castle every week, to avoid disappointment please call Elizabeth Castle on +44 (0)1534 723 971

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  • Kelly Eastwood Art
    10:30 am-12:30 pm
    2022.10.20

    If you, a loved one, a neighbour, or a friend, have a few hours to spare, and want to connect with art and people – please contact me HERE to book your space.

    Details on this poster

  • Mont Orgueil Castle Tour
    11:00 am-12:00 pm
    2022.10.20-2023.01.21

    Take a tour of the Castle with one of our volunteer guides.

    TOUR TIMES

    Tours last approx. 1 hour

    April to October

    Mondays 11am

    Tuesdays 11am

    Wednesdays 11am and 2pm

    Thursdays 11am

    Fridays 11am

    Saturdays 11am

    Sundays 11am

    Our tours are free of charge (normal entry fee applies).

    Tours are subject to change, please call the Castle on +44 (0)1534 853 292 to confirm the site tour is going ahead.

    Changes to schedule

    No Monday tour on 25 April / 2 May / 6, 13 June / 18, 25, 31 July

    No Thursday tour on  28 April / 19 May / 16 June

    On Thursday 28 April and 16 June there will be a tour at 2pm

    On Saturday 7 May tour will take place at 2pm

  • Hamptonne Tour
    11:15 am-12:15 pm
    2022.10.20-2023.01.19

    Take a tour with one of our volunteer guides.

    Tour times

    Tours last approx. 1 hour

    March to October

    Mondays 11.15am

    Tuesdays 11.15am

    Wednesdays 11.15am

    Thursdays 11.15am

    Fridays 11.15am

    Our tours are free of charge (normal entry fee applies).

    Tours are subject to change, please call Hamptonne on +44 (0) 1534 863 955 to confirm the site tour is going ahead.

    Changes to schedule

    No Tuesday tour on 5 April

    No Wednesday tours in September

    No Wednesday tour on 5 October

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  • La Hougue Bie Tour
    11:00 am-3:00 pm
    2022.10.21-2023.01.22

    Take a tour with one of our volunteer guides.

    Tour times

    Tours last approx. 1 hour

    April to October

    Mondays 11am and 2pm

    Tuesdays 11am

    Wednesdays 11am

    Thursdays 11am

    Fridays 11am (starts 27 May)

    Saturdays 11am

    Sundays 11am

    Our tours are free of charge (normal entry fee applies).

    Tours are subject to change, please call La Hougue Bie on +44 (0) 1534 853 823 to confirm the site tour is going ahead.

    Changes to schedule

    No Monday tours on 9, 16, 23 May/ 25 July / 1, 8 August

    No Thursday tour on 24 March /12 May

  • Defi Inter-Alliances
    5:30 pm-7:30 pm
    2022.10.21

    The Inter-Alliances Challenge is an online competition open to all learners of the Alliances Françaises around the world!

    The principle is simple: learners from participating Alliances compete against each other on questions about French culture… but also about other French-speaking cultures: art, gastronomy, history, music, sports, etc.

    This year, more than 40 countries are participating in this new edition!

    The competition includes 3 stages, all of which will take place online

    – 21st October 2022: local selection (20 question quiz).

    – November (dates and time to be confirmed): 2 winners will represent our Alliance in the national final (25-question quiz).

    – 26th November 2022 (time to be confirmed): the 2 national winners will participate in the international final (30 question quiz)

    How to participate?

    Register via the online registration form Here or directly at the Alliance before 20th October 2022

    Conditions of participation:

    The Inter-Alliance Challenge is free and open to all learners of the participating AF, from 16 years old and level B1. All stages will be conducted in French.

    Please note:

    – Make sure you are available for all 3 stages of the competition

    – You will need a computer connected to the internet (Zoom) and the Kahoot application installed on your smartphone (to answer the questions in real time)

    The 3 winners of the international final will win a 15-day language stay in one of the Alliances Françaises de France (accommodation and transport included)

    Are you ready?

    Good luck to you all!

  • The Addams Family
    7:30 pm-9:30 pm
    2022.10.21-2022.10.31

    • 12 OCTOBER – 22 OCTOBER 7.30PM
    • 15 + 22 OCTOBER 2.30PM + 7.30PM
    • 16 OCTOBER 2.30PM
    • NO PERFORMANCE ON 17 OCTOBER

    Everyone’s favourite kooky family is heading to the Jersey Arts Centre stage this October in this spectacular musical comedy from the writers of multi award-winning hit musical Jersey Boys, with music and lyrics by Tony Award-nominated Andrew Lippa.

    Wednesday Addams, the ultimate princess of darkness, is all grown up and has a shocking secret that only Gomez, her father, knows. She’s fallen in love with a sweet young man from a respectable family. With his cherished Morticia in the dark, will Gomez manage to keep his daughter’s secret until the two families meet for a fateful dinner with hilarious consequences? Join them, Uncle Fester, Lurch, Pugsley and a whole host of ghoulish ancestors for a heart-warming story of love, family and friendship…with a twist!

    With an extraordinary original score, fabulous dancing and laugh-out-loud moments, The Addams Family is sure to entertain, whether you are 12 or 312!

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  • The Queen`s Visits To Jersey
    9:00 am-5:00 pm
    2022.10.22-2023.03.27

    An exhibition at Jersey Archive to mark the Platinum Jubilee.

    To mark the Platinum Jubilee, a FREE exhibition at Jersey Archive exploring the Royal Visits of the Monarch to our Island before and during her 70 years on the throne. Using images from the Jersey Evening Post Photo Archive and documents from the archive.

    Jersey Archive is open Monday to Thursday, 9am to 1pm and 2pm to 5pm.

  • Castle Gunner
    11:00 am-3:30 pm
    2022.10.22-2023.01.28

    Meet the Castle Gunner at Elizabeth Castle, every weekday from 11am to 3.30pm.

    GUNNER GILLMAN

    Tuesday, Wednesday,  Thursday and Friday

    11am to 3.30pm in April

    10am to 4pm from May to end September

    It’s the year 1781, just months after the legendary battle of Jersey.  Gunner Gillman for the Royal Artillery Invalid Battalion, will captivate you with an account of the battle and tell you stories from the Castle’s dramatic past.  But, be prepared to  be drafted into the Midday Parade and witness the firing of the musket and cannon….it will be an experience to remember.

    GUNNER BLAKE

    Saturdays 11am to 2pm

    Gunner Blake will delight you with tales of his mother’s bean crock, among other delicacies, as he unravels the threads of Jersey’s history.  His skilled gunnery will ensure that you learn how to lead the signal gun in a way which will pack a punch when fired!

    GUNNER BELL

    Wednesdays 10am to 4pm

    Don’t be fooled by Gunner Bell’s impeccable manners and jolly disposition….a lifetime career in His Majesty’s service has hardened Gunner Bell to the wit and humour of the cheekiest of recruits.  His clear-cut demonstrations of cannon and musket fire are something to marvel at.  Gunner Bell does not visit the Castle every week, to avoid disappointment please call Elizabeth Castle on +44 (0)1534 723 971

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  • Castle Falconer
    10:00 am-4:00 pm
    2022.10.23

    Tuesdays and Sundays 10am to 4pm

    Meet Jean Simon, the Castle Falconer, and his hawk Sovereign.

    Discover how Jean Simon cares for and trains his birds of prey and watch him perform the fascinating skills of medieval falconry.  Learn about the significant part that falconry played in Tudor Life in and around the Castle grounds.

    Learn what a ‘hoodwinked’ or a ‘haggard’ bird is, and who is a ‘cadger’ or a ‘boozer’. You’ll find Jean Simon and Sovereign awaiting your presence in the Middle Ward.

    If you are going to Mont Orguiel Castle to see the falconer, please call ahead to ensure there is a performance +44 (0) 1534 853292

  • Elizabeth Castle Tour
    10:45 am-3:00 pm
    2022.10.23-2023.01.25

    Take a tour of the Castle with one of our volunteer guides.

    TOUR TIMES

    Tours last approx. 1 hour

    April to October

    Mondays 10.45am and 2pm

    Tuesdays 10.45am and 1.30pm

    Wednesdays 10.45am and 2pm (afternoon tours take place in June, July and August)

    Thursdays 10.45am

    Fridays 10.45am and 1.30pm

    Saturdays 10.45am and 1pm

    Sundays 10.30am

    Our tours are free of charge (normal entry fee applies).

    Tours are subject to change, please call the Castle on +44 (0)1534 723 971 to confirm the site tour is going ahead.

    Changes to schedule

    No Tuesday morning tour on 5 , 12, 19 April

    No Wednesday morning tour on 6, 13 April

    No Thursday tour on  7 April

    No Friday tours on 15,  29 April / 6 May / 1, 16, 23 July/ 30 Sept / 7 Oct

    No Saturday morning tour 9, 16 April

    No Saturday afternoon tour on 9, 23 April/ 28 May/ 4 June / 9 July

    On Saturday 7 May tour will take place at 2pm

  • StrongWomen Science
    11:00 am-4:30 pm
    2022.10.23

    • 23 OCTOBER 11AM + 2.30PM

    Ever wanted to know how you balance a chair on your chin, or if you can juggle liquid?

    The StrongWomen (and former scientists), Aoife and Maria, are back in Jersey due to popular demand with their fun, lively and fast-paced family circus performance!

    Find out how jugglers, acrobats and hula hoop artists use science to create their amazing acts.

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  • Ghoulish Gourds
    All day
    2022.10.24-2022.10.30

    Get creative with your gourds! Decorate Hamptonne with your spooky pumpkin creations in the run up to our Ghostly Tales event over the Halloween weekend.

    Drop your finished pumpkin off at Hamptonne from Monday, 24 October and we’ll announce the winner on Halloween!

  • Half Term GCSE Workshop
    10:00 am-11:30 am
    2022.10.24-2022.10.28

    This Half Term, it will be the opportunity to practice for your GCSE exam !

    Each day, you will be able to work on a specific skill. You can choose the skills you want to practice or you can practice them all!

    It is £20 for one day and £75 for 4 days.

    Booking essential on Eventbrite.

    Monday : Listening – Book here

    Tuesday : Writing- Book here

    Thursday : Speaking- Book here

    Friday : Reading – Book here

    4 days – Book here

  • Living History – Victorian Photographer
    10:00 am-4:00 pm
    2022.10.24

    Come and keep still and have your portrait taken by the Victorian photographer Thomas CR Kennedy in the Victorian House at Jersey Museum & Art Gallery.

    12 July

    22 August

    13 September

    24 September

    4 October

    15 October

    24 October

    10am to 4pm

    Can you keep still for at least 15 seconds? That’s how long it took for your photograph to be taken in the 1860s. Once again, renowned Victorian photographer Thomas CR Kennedy will be revisiting the Victorian House at Jersey Museum & Art Gallery. He will be accompanied by his good lady wife and assistant Annigna.

    Come in your own Victorian attire, or select an outfit from our wardrobe, and take away as a souvenir your own Carte de Visite portrait photograph.

    Please telephone the Jersey Museum on 01534-633300 to book your sitting for a payment to Jersey Heritage of just £5.

  • Trade Roots
    10:00 am-4:00 pm
    2022.10.24-2023.02.18

    JERSEY’S LINKS TO TRANSATLANTIC SLAVERY

    Thought-provoking, and at times challenging, this exhibition exposes some uncomfortable new stories from Jersey’s past and examines the legacy and impact of transatlantic slavery on the Island’s community today.

    This new exhibition at Jersey Museum examines the evidence of the Island’s involvement in the transatlantic slave trade, including Jersey’s Lieutenant-Governor Sir George Carteret who was a founder member of the Royal Africa Company that traded in ivory, gold and enslaved people in the 17th century; Captain François Messervy of Jersey who was killed in 1722 during an uprising on board his slave ship off the coast of Africa; and Jersey trader Josué Mauger who in 1752 advertised enslaved people for sale in Nova Scotia, Canada, where his business was based.

    The exhibition is in the Victorian House at Jersey Museum, with its impressive mahogany staircase, because new research has shown that the house was built partly on the profits of the transatlantic slave trade. ‘Trade Roots’ explores Jersey’s historic links to slavery, from Islanders who owned mahogany plantations overseas and traded in slave-produced goods, to those who campaigned for the abolition of slavery.

    Thought-provoking, and at times challenging, this exhibition exposes some uncomfortable new stories from Jersey’s past and examines the legacy and impact of transatlantic slavery on the Island’s community today.

     

    1. The statue of Sir George Carteret was covered in red paint during the Black Lives Matter demonstrations of 2020.
    2. Jerseyman Joshua Mauger advertised enslaved people for sale in Nova Scotia in 1752.
    3. Enslaved labour was used to harvest mahogany for staircases and furniture in Jersey properties such as the Victorian House.

     

  • Mont Orgueil Castle Tour
    11:00 am-12:00 pm
    2022.10.24-2023.01.25

    Take a tour of the Castle with one of our volunteer guides.

    TOUR TIMES

    Tours last approx. 1 hour

    April to October

    Mondays 11am

    Tuesdays 11am

    Wednesdays 11am and 2pm

    Thursdays 11am

    Fridays 11am

    Saturdays 11am

    Sundays 11am

    Our tours are free of charge (normal entry fee applies).

    Tours are subject to change, please call the Castle on +44 (0)1534 853 292 to confirm the site tour is going ahead.

    Changes to schedule

    No Monday tour on 25 April / 2 May / 6, 13 June / 18, 25, 31 July

    No Thursday tour on  28 April / 19 May / 16 June

    On Thursday 28 April and 16 June there will be a tour at 2pm

    On Saturday 7 May tour will take place at 2pm

  • Hamptonne Tour
    11:15 am-12:15 pm
    2022.10.24-2023.01.23

    Take a tour with one of our volunteer guides.

    Tour times

    Tours last approx. 1 hour

    March to October

    Mondays 11.15am

    Tuesdays 11.15am

    Wednesdays 11.15am

    Thursdays 11.15am

    Fridays 11.15am

    Our tours are free of charge (normal entry fee applies).

    Tours are subject to change, please call Hamptonne on +44 (0) 1534 863 955 to confirm the site tour is going ahead.

    Changes to schedule

    No Tuesday tour on 5 April

    No Wednesday tours in September

    No Wednesday tour on 5 October

  • Encanto: Sing-a-long!
    2:00 pm-4:00 pm
    2022.10.24

    https://youtu.be/CaimKeDcudo

    This Half Term, join the Madrigal family on the big screen for this fantastically fun sing-a-long movie! Mirabel and her unusual family live hidden away in the mountains of Colombia in a magical house called Encanto. However, when Mirabel falls foul of the family secret, who can she turn to to save the day? Sing along to your favourite Encanto songs at Jersey Arts Centre!

  • Compartment No. 6
    8:00 pm-10:00 pm
    2022.10.24

    A young Finnish student, Laura, is travelling by train from Moscow to Murmansk in order to visit the famed Kanozero Petroglyphs, and also to escape a failed love affair. Forced to share the long journey in cramped conditions with a gruff Russian miner, the unexpected encounters leads Laura and Ljoha to face truths about their lives and the nature of human connection.

    JFS Members may reserve a seat in advance at the Box Office.

    £7.50 (£5 students).

  • More events
    • Ghoulish Gourds
      All day
      2022.10.24-2022.10.30

      Get creative with your gourds! Decorate Hamptonne with your spooky pumpkin creations in the run up to our Ghostly Tales event over the Halloween weekend.

      Drop your finished pumpkin off at Hamptonne from Monday, 24 October and we’ll announce the winner on Halloween!

    • Half Term GCSE Workshop
      10:00 am-11:30 am
      2022.10.24-2022.10.28

      This Half Term, it will be the opportunity to practice for your GCSE exam !

      Each day, you will be able to work on a specific skill. You can choose the skills you want to practice or you can practice them all!

      It is £20 for one day and £75 for 4 days.

      Booking essential on Eventbrite.

      Monday : Listening – Book here

      Tuesday : Writing- Book here

      Thursday : Speaking- Book here

      Friday : Reading – Book here

      4 days – Book here

    • Living History - Victorian Photographer
      10:00 am-4:00 pm
      2022.10.24

      Come and keep still and have your portrait taken by the Victorian photographer Thomas CR Kennedy in the Victorian House at Jersey Museum & Art Gallery.

      12 July

      22 August

      13 September

      24 September

      4 October

      15 October

      24 October

      10am to 4pm

      Can you keep still for at least 15 seconds? That’s how long it took for your photograph to be taken in the 1860s. Once again, renowned Victorian photographer Thomas CR Kennedy will be revisiting the Victorian House at Jersey Museum & Art Gallery. He will be accompanied by his good lady wife and assistant Annigna.

      Come in your own Victorian attire, or select an outfit from our wardrobe, and take away as a souvenir your own Carte de Visite portrait photograph.

      Please telephone the Jersey Museum on 01534-633300 to book your sitting for a payment to Jersey Heritage of just £5.

    • Trade Roots
      10:00 am-4:00 pm
      2022.10.24-2023.02.18

      JERSEY’S LINKS TO TRANSATLANTIC SLAVERY

      Thought-provoking, and at times challenging, this exhibition exposes some uncomfortable new stories from Jersey’s past and examines the legacy and impact of transatlantic slavery on the Island’s community today.

      This new exhibition at Jersey Museum examines the evidence of the Island’s involvement in the transatlantic slave trade, including Jersey’s Lieutenant-Governor Sir George Carteret who was a founder member of the Royal Africa Company that traded in ivory, gold and enslaved people in the 17th century; Captain François Messervy of Jersey who was killed in 1722 during an uprising on board his slave ship off the coast of Africa; and Jersey trader Josué Mauger who in 1752 advertised enslaved people for sale in Nova Scotia, Canada, where his business was based.

      The exhibition is in the Victorian House at Jersey Museum, with its impressive mahogany staircase, because new research has shown that the house was built partly on the profits of the transatlantic slave trade. ‘Trade Roots’ explores Jersey’s historic links to slavery, from Islanders who owned mahogany plantations overseas and traded in slave-produced goods, to those who campaigned for the abolition of slavery.

      Thought-provoking, and at times challenging, this exhibition exposes some uncomfortable new stories from Jersey’s past and examines the legacy and impact of transatlantic slavery on the Island’s community today.

       

      1. The statue of Sir George Carteret was covered in red paint during the Black Lives Matter demonstrations of 2020.
      2. Jerseyman Joshua Mauger advertised enslaved people for sale in Nova Scotia in 1752.
      3. Enslaved labour was used to harvest mahogany for staircases and furniture in Jersey properties such as the Victorian House.

       

    • Mont Orgueil Castle Tour
      11:00 am-12:00 pm
      2022.10.24-2023.01.25

      Take a tour of the Castle with one of our volunteer guides.

      TOUR TIMES

      Tours last approx. 1 hour

      April to October

      Mondays 11am

      Tuesdays 11am

      Wednesdays 11am and 2pm

      Thursdays 11am

      Fridays 11am

      Saturdays 11am

      Sundays 11am

      Our tours are free of charge (normal entry fee applies).

      Tours are subject to change, please call the Castle on +44 (0)1534 853 292 to confirm the site tour is going ahead.

      Changes to schedule

      No Monday tour on 25 April / 2 May / 6, 13 June / 18, 25, 31 July

      No Thursday tour on  28 April / 19 May / 16 June

      On Thursday 28 April and 16 June there will be a tour at 2pm

      On Saturday 7 May tour will take place at 2pm

    • Hamptonne Tour
      11:15 am-12:15 pm
      2022.10.24-2023.01.23

      Take a tour with one of our volunteer guides.

      Tour times

      Tours last approx. 1 hour

      March to October

      Mondays 11.15am

      Tuesdays 11.15am

      Wednesdays 11.15am

      Thursdays 11.15am

      Fridays 11.15am

      Our tours are free of charge (normal entry fee applies).

      Tours are subject to change, please call Hamptonne on +44 (0) 1534 863 955 to confirm the site tour is going ahead.

      Changes to schedule

      No Tuesday tour on 5 April

      No Wednesday tours in September

      No Wednesday tour on 5 October

    • Encanto: Sing-a-long!
      2:00 pm-4:00 pm
      2022.10.24

      https://youtu.be/CaimKeDcudo

      This Half Term, join the Madrigal family on the big screen for this fantastically fun sing-a-long movie! Mirabel and her unusual family live hidden away in the mountains of Colombia in a magical house called Encanto. However, when Mirabel falls foul of the family secret, who can she turn to to save the day? Sing along to your favourite Encanto songs at Jersey Arts Centre!

    • Compartment No. 6
      8:00 pm-10:00 pm
      2022.10.24

      A young Finnish student, Laura, is travelling by train from Moscow to Murmansk in order to visit the famed Kanozero Petroglyphs, and also to escape a failed love affair. Forced to share the long journey in cramped conditions with a gruff Russian miner, the unexpected encounters leads Laura and Ljoha to face truths about their lives and the nature of human connection.

      JFS Members may reserve a seat in advance at the Box Office.

      £7.50 (£5 students).

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  • Castle Falconer
    10:00 am-4:00 pm
    2022.10.25

    Tuesdays and Sundays 10am to 4pm

    Meet Jean Simon, the Castle Falconer, and his hawk Sovereign.

    Discover how Jean Simon cares for and trains his birds of prey and watch him perform the fascinating skills of medieval falconry.  Learn about the significant part that falconry played in Tudor Life in and around the Castle grounds.

    Learn what a ‘hoodwinked’ or a ‘haggard’ bird is, and who is a ‘cadger’ or a ‘boozer’. You’ll find Jean Simon and Sovereign awaiting your presence in the Middle Ward.

    If you are going to Mont Orguiel Castle to see the falconer, please call ahead to ensure there is a performance +44 (0) 1534 853292

  • La Hougue Bie Tour
    11:00 am-3:00 pm
    2022.10.25-2023.01.26

    Take a tour with one of our volunteer guides.

    Tour times

    Tours last approx. 1 hour

    April to October

    Mondays 11am and 2pm

    Tuesdays 11am

    Wednesdays 11am

    Thursdays 11am

    Fridays 11am (starts 27 May)

    Saturdays 11am

    Sundays 11am

    Our tours are free of charge (normal entry fee applies).

    Tours are subject to change, please call La Hougue Bie on +44 (0) 1534 853 823 to confirm the site tour is going ahead.

    Changes to schedule

    No Monday tours on 9, 16, 23 May/ 25 July / 1, 8 August

    No Thursday tour on 24 March /12 May

  • Penelope Blackie
    8:00 pm-10:00 pm
    2022.10.25

    Penelope gave her first piano recital in Jersey in 1980 in the Great Hall of Victoria College.  Her current series of piano recitals began in 2007 and has been interrupted only once, in 2020 by the Covid Pandemic.

    A graduate of the Paris Conservatoire, where she gained a Premier Prix, she was a pupil of the celebrated pianist Vlado Perlemuter who spent six months studying, with the composer, the piano works of Maurice Ravel, whose Sonatine is included in the Concert’s programme.

    Programme:

    J S BACH                  Partita No. 2 in C Minor

    SCHUBERT               Four Impromptus Op. 90

    RAVEL                       Sonatine

    BEETHOVEN           Sonata No. 8 in C Minor Op. 13 (“Pathétique)

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  • PEOPLE! POWER! PROTEST!
    All day
    2022.10.26-2023.04.02

    An exhibition that explores how the right to protest has shaped and influenced the Island that we know today.

    ‘People! Power! Protest!’ explores the story of protest in Jersey, from the Corn Riots of 1769 to the Black Lives Matter movement of 2020.

    Jersey may be small but Islanders have made their voices heard loud and clear over the years. Jersey has a fascinating history of protest in the Island and the theme of the exhibition coincides with the 250th anniversary of the Code of Laws that was introduced in response to the Corn Riots.

    The exhibition explores how the right to protest has shaped and influenced the Island that we know today, from historic protests, such as the Corn Riots, to more recent protests such as Extinction Rebellion and Black Lives Matter.

    Among the items on display is the official 18th century court records showing the redacted demands of the Corn Riots protestors, and the petition signed by thousands of people to try and save Queen’s Valley from being flooded in the 1980s. There are also the banners and placards from other protests over the years and photographs of significant post-war campaigns and demonstrations.

    As you enter the exhibition ‘People! Power! Protest!’, you’ll see a  stunning graffiti-style entrance wall by designer James Carter, of Midnight Industries. Celebrated local artist Ian Rolls has also created a new version of his iconic climate stripes mural in the environmental protest section of the exhibition.   Visitors can to listen to stories of protest and share their own memories of their involvement in campaigns and demonstrations over the years.

  • The Queen`s Visits To Jersey
    9:00 am-5:00 pm
    2022.10.26-2023.03.31

    An exhibition at Jersey Archive to mark the Platinum Jubilee.

    To mark the Platinum Jubilee, a FREE exhibition at Jersey Archive exploring the Royal Visits of the Monarch to our Island before and during her 70 years on the throne. Using images from the Jersey Evening Post Photo Archive and documents from the archive.

    Jersey Archive is open Monday to Thursday, 9am to 1pm and 2pm to 5pm.

  • Elizabeth Castle Tour
    10:45 am-3:00 pm
    2022.10.26-2023.01.28

    Take a tour of the Castle with one of our volunteer guides.

    TOUR TIMES

    Tours last approx. 1 hour

    April to October

    Mondays 10.45am and 2pm

    Tuesdays 10.45am and 1.30pm

    Wednesdays 10.45am and 2pm (afternoon tours take place in June, July and August)

    Thursdays 10.45am

    Fridays 10.45am and 1.30pm

    Saturdays 10.45am and 1pm

    Sundays 10.30am

    Our tours are free of charge (normal entry fee applies).

    Tours are subject to change, please call the Castle on +44 (0)1534 723 971 to confirm the site tour is going ahead.

    Changes to schedule

    No Tuesday morning tour on 5 , 12, 19 April

    No Wednesday morning tour on 6, 13 April

    No Thursday tour on  7 April

    No Friday tours on 15,  29 April / 6 May / 1, 16, 23 July/ 30 Sept / 7 Oct

    No Saturday morning tour 9, 16 April

    No Saturday afternoon tour on 9, 23 April/ 28 May/ 4 June / 9 July

    On Saturday 7 May tour will take place at 2pm

  • Castle Gunner
    11:00 am-3:30 pm
    2022.10.26-2023.02.01

    Meet the Castle Gunner at Elizabeth Castle, every weekday from 11am to 3.30pm.

    GUNNER GILLMAN

    Tuesday, Wednesday,  Thursday and Friday

    11am to 3.30pm in April

    10am to 4pm from May to end September

    It’s the year 1781, just months after the legendary battle of Jersey.  Gunner Gillman for the Royal Artillery Invalid Battalion, will captivate you with an account of the battle and tell you stories from the Castle’s dramatic past.  But, be prepared to  be drafted into the Midday Parade and witness the firing of the musket and cannon….it will be an experience to remember.

    GUNNER BLAKE

    Saturdays 11am to 2pm

    Gunner Blake will delight you with tales of his mother’s bean crock, among other delicacies, as he unravels the threads of Jersey’s history.  His skilled gunnery will ensure that you learn how to lead the signal gun in a way which will pack a punch when fired!

    GUNNER BELL

    Wednesdays 10am to 4pm

    Don’t be fooled by Gunner Bell’s impeccable manners and jolly disposition….a lifetime career in His Majesty’s service has hardened Gunner Bell to the wit and humour of the cheekiest of recruits.  His clear-cut demonstrations of cannon and musket fire are something to marvel at.  Gunner Bell does not visit the Castle every week, to avoid disappointment please call Elizabeth Castle on +44 (0)1534 723 971

  • Halloween Craft
    2:00 pm-4:00 pm
    2022.10.26

    Half Term Craft

    You like craft, costumes and Halloween?

    Come at the Alliance Française with your scariest costume for an afternoon full of fun activities in French !

    Workshop for children aged between 4 and 7 years old.

    £10 per child

    Booking essential : Here

    Do not forget to book your seat ! £10 per child

  • More events
    • PEOPLE! POWER! PROTEST!
      All day
      2022.10.26-2023.04.02

      An exhibition that explores how the right to protest has shaped and influenced the Island that we know today.

      ‘People! Power! Protest!’ explores the story of protest in Jersey, from the Corn Riots of 1769 to the Black Lives Matter movement of 2020.

      Jersey may be small but Islanders have made their voices heard loud and clear over the years. Jersey has a fascinating history of protest in the Island and the theme of the exhibition coincides with the 250th anniversary of the Code of Laws that was introduced in response to the Corn Riots.

      The exhibition explores how the right to protest has shaped and influenced the Island that we know today, from historic protests, such as the Corn Riots, to more recent protests such as Extinction Rebellion and Black Lives Matter.

      Among the items on display is the official 18th century court records showing the redacted demands of the Corn Riots protestors, and the petition signed by thousands of people to try and save Queen’s Valley from being flooded in the 1980s. There are also the banners and placards from other protests over the years and photographs of significant post-war campaigns and demonstrations.

      As you enter the exhibition ‘People! Power! Protest!’, you’ll see a  stunning graffiti-style entrance wall by designer James Carter, of Midnight Industries. Celebrated local artist Ian Rolls has also created a new version of his iconic climate stripes mural in the environmental protest section of the exhibition.   Visitors can to listen to stories of protest and share their own memories of their involvement in campaigns and demonstrations over the years.

    • The Queen`s Visits To Jersey
      9:00 am-5:00 pm
      2022.10.26-2023.03.31

      An exhibition at Jersey Archive to mark the Platinum Jubilee.

      To mark the Platinum Jubilee, a FREE exhibition at Jersey Archive exploring the Royal Visits of the Monarch to our Island before and during her 70 years on the throne. Using images from the Jersey Evening Post Photo Archive and documents from the archive.

      Jersey Archive is open Monday to Thursday, 9am to 1pm and 2pm to 5pm.

    • Elizabeth Castle Tour
      10:45 am-3:00 pm
      2022.10.26-2023.01.28

      Take a tour of the Castle with one of our volunteer guides.

      TOUR TIMES

      Tours last approx. 1 hour

      April to October

      Mondays 10.45am and 2pm

      Tuesdays 10.45am and 1.30pm

      Wednesdays 10.45am and 2pm (afternoon tours take place in June, July and August)

      Thursdays 10.45am

      Fridays 10.45am and 1.30pm

      Saturdays 10.45am and 1pm

      Sundays 10.30am

      Our tours are free of charge (normal entry fee applies).

      Tours are subject to change, please call the Castle on +44 (0)1534 723 971 to confirm the site tour is going ahead.

      Changes to schedule

      No Tuesday morning tour on 5 , 12, 19 April

      No Wednesday morning tour on 6, 13 April

      No Thursday tour on  7 April

      No Friday tours on 15,  29 April / 6 May / 1, 16, 23 July/ 30 Sept / 7 Oct

      No Saturday morning tour 9, 16 April

      No Saturday afternoon tour on 9, 23 April/ 28 May/ 4 June / 9 July

      On Saturday 7 May tour will take place at 2pm

    • Castle Gunner
      11:00 am-3:30 pm
      2022.10.26-2023.02.01

      Meet the Castle Gunner at Elizabeth Castle, every weekday from 11am to 3.30pm.

      GUNNER GILLMAN

      Tuesday, Wednesday,  Thursday and Friday

      11am to 3.30pm in April

      10am to 4pm from May to end September

      It’s the year 1781, just months after the legendary battle of Jersey.  Gunner Gillman for the Royal Artillery Invalid Battalion, will captivate you with an account of the battle and tell you stories from the Castle’s dramatic past.  But, be prepared to  be drafted into the Midday Parade and witness the firing of the musket and cannon….it will be an experience to remember.

      GUNNER BLAKE

      Saturdays 11am to 2pm

      Gunner Blake will delight you with tales of his mother’s bean crock, among other delicacies, as he unravels the threads of Jersey’s history.  His skilled gunnery will ensure that you learn how to lead the signal gun in a way which will pack a punch when fired!

      GUNNER BELL

      Wednesdays 10am to 4pm

      Don’t be fooled by Gunner Bell’s impeccable manners and jolly disposition….a lifetime career in His Majesty’s service has hardened Gunner Bell to the wit and humour of the cheekiest of recruits.  His clear-cut demonstrations of cannon and musket fire are something to marvel at.  Gunner Bell does not visit the Castle every week, to avoid disappointment please call Elizabeth Castle on +44 (0)1534 723 971

    • Halloween Craft
      2:00 pm-4:00 pm
      2022.10.26

      Half Term Craft

      You like craft, costumes and Halloween?

      Come at the Alliance Française with your scariest costume for an afternoon full of fun activities in French !

      Workshop for children aged between 4 and 7 years old.

      £10 per child

      Booking essential : Here

      Do not forget to book your seat ! £10 per child

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  • Mont Orgueil Castle Tour
    11:00 am-12:00 pm
    2022.10.27-2023.01.28

    Take a tour of the Castle with one of our volunteer guides.

    TOUR TIMES

    Tours last approx. 1 hour

    April to October

    Mondays 11am

    Tuesdays 11am

    Wednesdays 11am and 2pm

    Thursdays 11am

    Fridays 11am

    Saturdays 11am

    Sundays 11am

    Our tours are free of charge (normal entry fee applies).

    Tours are subject to change, please call the Castle on +44 (0)1534 853 292 to confirm the site tour is going ahead.

    Changes to schedule

    No Monday tour on 25 April / 2 May / 6, 13 June / 18, 25, 31 July

    No Thursday tour on  28 April / 19 May / 16 June

    On Thursday 28 April and 16 June there will be a tour at 2pm

    On Saturday 7 May tour will take place at 2pm

  • Hamptonne Tour
    11:15 am-12:15 pm
    2022.10.27-2023.01.26

    Take a tour with one of our volunteer guides.

    Tour times

    Tours last approx. 1 hour

    March to October

    Mondays 11.15am

    Tuesdays 11.15am

    Wednesdays 11.15am

    Thursdays 11.15am

    Fridays 11.15am

    Our tours are free of charge (normal entry fee applies).

    Tours are subject to change, please call Hamptonne on +44 (0) 1534 863 955 to confirm the site tour is going ahead.

    Changes to schedule

    No Tuesday tour on 5 April

    No Wednesday tours in September

    No Wednesday tour on 5 October

  • Romeo and Juliet: The Musical
    7:00 pm-9:00 pm
    2022.10.27-2022.10.29

    • 27 OCTOBER – 29 OCTOBER 7PM
    • 28 OCTOBER + 29 OCTOBER 2PM + 7PM

    What if the love of your life was a person you were told to hate? Ripped apart by the bitter divisions of their parents, two young people will risk everything to be together.

    Jersey Youth Performing Arts present an original musical adaptation of the greatest love story every told, Romeo and Juliet. Featuring songs from bands as diverse as The Black Eyed Peas, T. Rex and The Offspring and with fight scenes choreographed by British Academy of Stage and Screen Combat Fight Master , Philip D’Orleans, this promises to be a thrilling production.

    My only love sprung from my only hate…

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  • La Hougue Bie Tour
    11:00 am-3:00 pm
    2022.10.28-2023.01.29

    Take a tour with one of our volunteer guides.

    Tour times

    Tours last approx. 1 hour

    April to October

    Mondays 11am and 2pm

    Tuesdays 11am

    Wednesdays 11am

    Thursdays 11am

    Fridays 11am (starts 27 May)

    Saturdays 11am

    Sundays 11am

    Our tours are free of charge (normal entry fee applies).

    Tours are subject to change, please call La Hougue Bie on +44 (0) 1534 853 823 to confirm the site tour is going ahead.

    Changes to schedule

    No Monday tours on 9, 16, 23 May/ 25 July / 1, 8 August

    No Thursday tour on 24 March /12 May

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  • Ghostly Tales at Hamptonne
    All day
    2022.10.29-2022.10.30

    Jersey folklore is rich with tales of ghosts, monsters and witches.

    Gather around the fire in Hamptonne House to listen to spine-tingling tales from days of old.

    Are they myth or legend?

    That’s for you to decide!

  • The Queen`s Visits To Jersey
    9:00 am-5:00 pm
    2022.10.29-2023.04.03

    An exhibition at Jersey Archive to mark the Platinum Jubilee.

    To mark the Platinum Jubilee, a FREE exhibition at Jersey Archive exploring the Royal Visits of the Monarch to our Island before and during her 70 years on the throne. Using images from the Jersey Evening Post Photo Archive and documents from the archive.

    Jersey Archive is open Monday to Thursday, 9am to 1pm and 2pm to 5pm.

  • Anything Goes Craft Group
    10:00 am-12:00 pm
    2022.10.29

    Anything Goes Craft group – Last Saturday of the month.
    10.00am-12.00pm Saturday 29th October 2022.
    In the Vestry at St John’s Parish Church.
    Come for the morning and have a go, or just pop in for a cup of tea or coffee and biscuits.
    Bring your own craft project with you to work on, or come along and try something new.
    No tuition charges. Donations to St. John’s Church are welcome.
  • Castle Gunner
    11:00 am-3:30 pm
    2022.10.29-2023.02.04

    Meet the Castle Gunner at Elizabeth Castle, every weekday from 11am to 3.30pm.

    GUNNER GILLMAN

    Tuesday, Wednesday,  Thursday and Friday

    11am to 3.30pm in April

    10am to 4pm from May to end September

    It’s the year 1781, just months after the legendary battle of Jersey.  Gunner Gillman for the Royal Artillery Invalid Battalion, will captivate you with an account of the battle and tell you stories from the Castle’s dramatic past.  But, be prepared to  be drafted into the Midday Parade and witness the firing of the musket and cannon….it will be an experience to remember.

    GUNNER BLAKE

    Saturdays 11am to 2pm

    Gunner Blake will delight you with tales of his mother’s bean crock, among other delicacies, as he unravels the threads of Jersey’s history.  His skilled gunnery will ensure that you learn how to lead the signal gun in a way which will pack a punch when fired!

    GUNNER BELL

    Wednesdays 10am to 4pm

    Don’t be fooled by Gunner Bell’s impeccable manners and jolly disposition….a lifetime career in His Majesty’s service has hardened Gunner Bell to the wit and humour of the cheekiest of recruits.  His clear-cut demonstrations of cannon and musket fire are something to marvel at.  Gunner Bell does not visit the Castle every week, to avoid disappointment please call Elizabeth Castle on +44 (0)1534 723 971

  • More events
    • Ghostly Tales at Hamptonne
      All day
      2022.10.29-2022.10.30

      Jersey folklore is rich with tales of ghosts, monsters and witches.

      Gather around the fire in Hamptonne House to listen to spine-tingling tales from days of old.

      Are they myth or legend?

      That’s for you to decide!

    • The Queen`s Visits To Jersey
      9:00 am-5:00 pm
      2022.10.29-2023.04.03

      An exhibition at Jersey Archive to mark the Platinum Jubilee.

      To mark the Platinum Jubilee, a FREE exhibition at Jersey Archive exploring the Royal Visits of the Monarch to our Island before and during her 70 years on the throne. Using images from the Jersey Evening Post Photo Archive and documents from the archive.

      Jersey Archive is open Monday to Thursday, 9am to 1pm and 2pm to 5pm.

    • Anything Goes Craft Group
      10:00 am-12:00 pm
      2022.10.29
      Anything Goes Craft group – Last Saturday of the month.
      10.00am-12.00pm Saturday 29th October 2022.
      In the Vestry at St John’s Parish Church.
      Come for the morning and have a go, or just pop in for a cup of tea or coffee and biscuits.
      Bring your own craft project with you to work on, or come along and try something new.
      No tuition charges. Donations to St. John’s Church are welcome.
    • Castle Gunner
      11:00 am-3:30 pm
      2022.10.29-2023.02.04

      Meet the Castle Gunner at Elizabeth Castle, every weekday from 11am to 3.30pm.

      GUNNER GILLMAN

      Tuesday, Wednesday,  Thursday and Friday

      11am to 3.30pm in April

      10am to 4pm from May to end September

      It’s the year 1781, just months after the legendary battle of Jersey.  Gunner Gillman for the Royal Artillery Invalid Battalion, will captivate you with an account of the battle and tell you stories from the Castle’s dramatic past.  But, be prepared to  be drafted into the Midday Parade and witness the firing of the musket and cannon….it will be an experience to remember.

      GUNNER BLAKE

      Saturdays 11am to 2pm

      Gunner Blake will delight you with tales of his mother’s bean crock, among other delicacies, as he unravels the threads of Jersey’s history.  His skilled gunnery will ensure that you learn how to lead the signal gun in a way which will pack a punch when fired!

      GUNNER BELL

      Wednesdays 10am to 4pm

      Don’t be fooled by Gunner Bell’s impeccable manners and jolly disposition….a lifetime career in His Majesty’s service has hardened Gunner Bell to the wit and humour of the cheekiest of recruits.  His clear-cut demonstrations of cannon and musket fire are something to marvel at.  Gunner Bell does not visit the Castle every week, to avoid disappointment please call Elizabeth Castle on +44 (0)1534 723 971

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  • Castle Falconer
    10:00 am-4:00 pm
    2022.10.30

    Tuesdays and Sundays 10am to 4pm

    Meet Jean Simon, the Castle Falconer, and his hawk Sovereign.

    Discover how Jean Simon cares for and trains his birds of prey and watch him perform the fascinating skills of medieval falconry.  Learn about the significant part that falconry played in Tudor Life in and around the Castle grounds.

    Learn what a ‘hoodwinked’ or a ‘haggard’ bird is, and who is a ‘cadger’ or a ‘boozer’. You’ll find Jean Simon and Sovereign awaiting your presence in the Middle Ward.

    If you are going to Mont Orguiel Castle to see the falconer, please call ahead to ensure there is a performance +44 (0) 1534 853292

  • Elizabeth Castle Tour
    10:45 am-3:00 pm
    2022.10.30-2023.02.01

    Take a tour of the Castle with one of our volunteer guides.

    TOUR TIMES

    Tours last approx. 1 hour

    April to October

    Mondays 10.45am and 2pm

    Tuesdays 10.45am and 1.30pm

    Wednesdays 10.45am and 2pm (afternoon tours take place in June, July and August)

    Thursdays 10.45am

    Fridays 10.45am and 1.30pm

    Saturdays 10.45am and 1pm

    Sundays 10.30am

    Our tours are free of charge (normal entry fee applies).

    Tours are subject to change, please call the Castle on +44 (0)1534 723 971 to confirm the site tour is going ahead.

    Changes to schedule

    No Tuesday morning tour on 5 , 12, 19 April

    No Wednesday morning tour on 6, 13 April

    No Thursday tour on  7 April

    No Friday tours on 15,  29 April / 6 May / 1, 16, 23 July/ 30 Sept / 7 Oct

    No Saturday morning tour 9, 16 April

    No Saturday afternoon tour on 9, 23 April/ 28 May/ 4 June / 9 July

    On Saturday 7 May tour will take place at 2pm

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  • Trade Roots
    10:00 am-4:00 pm
    2022.10.31-2023.02.25

    JERSEY’S LINKS TO TRANSATLANTIC SLAVERY

    Thought-provoking, and at times challenging, this exhibition exposes some uncomfortable new stories from Jersey’s past and examines the legacy and impact of transatlantic slavery on the Island’s community today.

    This new exhibition at Jersey Museum examines the evidence of the Island’s involvement in the transatlantic slave trade, including Jersey’s Lieutenant-Governor Sir George Carteret who was a founder member of the Royal Africa Company that traded in ivory, gold and enslaved people in the 17th century; Captain François Messervy of Jersey who was killed in 1722 during an uprising on board his slave ship off the coast of Africa; and Jersey trader Josué Mauger who in 1752 advertised enslaved people for sale in Nova Scotia, Canada, where his business was based.

    The exhibition is in the Victorian House at Jersey Museum, with its impressive mahogany staircase, because new research has shown that the house was built partly on the profits of the transatlantic slave trade. ‘Trade Roots’ explores Jersey’s historic links to slavery, from Islanders who owned mahogany plantations overseas and traded in slave-produced goods, to those who campaigned for the abolition of slavery.

    Thought-provoking, and at times challenging, this exhibition exposes some uncomfortable new stories from Jersey’s past and examines the legacy and impact of transatlantic slavery on the Island’s community today.

     

    1. The statue of Sir George Carteret was covered in red paint during the Black Lives Matter demonstrations of 2020.
    2. Jerseyman Joshua Mauger advertised enslaved people for sale in Nova Scotia in 1752.
    3. Enslaved labour was used to harvest mahogany for staircases and furniture in Jersey properties such as the Victorian House.

     

  • Mont Orgueil Castle Tour
    11:00 am-12:00 pm
    2022.10.31-2023.02.01

    Take a tour of the Castle with one of our volunteer guides.

    TOUR TIMES

    Tours last approx. 1 hour

    April to October

    Mondays 11am

    Tuesdays 11am

    Wednesdays 11am and 2pm

    Thursdays 11am

    Fridays 11am

    Saturdays 11am

    Sundays 11am

    Our tours are free of charge (normal entry fee applies).

    Tours are subject to change, please call the Castle on +44 (0)1534 853 292 to confirm the site tour is going ahead.

    Changes to schedule

    No Monday tour on 25 April / 2 May / 6, 13 June / 18, 25, 31 July

    No Thursday tour on  28 April / 19 May / 16 June

    On Thursday 28 April and 16 June there will be a tour at 2pm

    On Saturday 7 May tour will take place at 2pm

  • Hamptonne Tour
    11:15 am-12:15 pm
    2022.10.31-2023.01.30

    Take a tour with one of our volunteer guides.

    Tour times

    Tours last approx. 1 hour

    March to October

    Mondays 11.15am

    Tuesdays 11.15am

    Wednesdays 11.15am

    Thursdays 11.15am

    Fridays 11.15am

    Our tours are free of charge (normal entry fee applies).

    Tours are subject to change, please call Hamptonne on +44 (0) 1534 863 955 to confirm the site tour is going ahead.

    Changes to schedule

    No Tuesday tour on 5 April

    No Wednesday tours in September

    No Wednesday tour on 5 October

  • St Helier Ghost Tour – An evening with the Shadow Hunters
    4:30 pm-6:00 pm
    2022.10.31

    Join the Jersey Uncovered Team this Hallowe’en Eve on a Ghostly adventure through St Helier.

    Wander the streets of the old town at dusk and uncover stories of the mysterious happenings in and around the town through the centuries.

    Learn of the story behind the magnificent monument in Green Street Cemetery; discover the poltergeist of James Street, and hear of the historical and unusual happenings in La Chasse and Regent Road, and locate the site of the original old theatre in Ruette de la Comedie.

    The Tour takes you on an entertaining ramble around the old town streets, beginning at the gates of Green Street Cemetery, and ending in the Royal Square.  Throughout, you will be regaled with stories old and new of strange and unexplained events, and historical happenings that have left their mark on the town hundreds of years later.

    Fun times with a spooky twist, not to be missed.

    To book contact Kary Day MITG at [email protected]

    +44 (0) 7797 741176

    Adults £15

    Children Aged 10 to 16 – £5

    Under 10 free

    Suitable for all ages but recommend Aged 10+

  • More events
    • Trade Roots
      10:00 am-4:00 pm
      2022.10.31-2023.02.25

      JERSEY’S LINKS TO TRANSATLANTIC SLAVERY

      Thought-provoking, and at times challenging, this exhibition exposes some uncomfortable new stories from Jersey’s past and examines the legacy and impact of transatlantic slavery on the Island’s community today.

      This new exhibition at Jersey Museum examines the evidence of the Island’s involvement in the transatlantic slave trade, including Jersey’s Lieutenant-Governor Sir George Carteret who was a founder member of the Royal Africa Company that traded in ivory, gold and enslaved people in the 17th century; Captain François Messervy of Jersey who was killed in 1722 during an uprising on board his slave ship off the coast of Africa; and Jersey trader Josué Mauger who in 1752 advertised enslaved people for sale in Nova Scotia, Canada, where his business was based.

      The exhibition is in the Victorian House at Jersey Museum, with its impressive mahogany staircase, because new research has shown that the house was built partly on the profits of the transatlantic slave trade. ‘Trade Roots’ explores Jersey’s historic links to slavery, from Islanders who owned mahogany plantations overseas and traded in slave-produced goods, to those who campaigned for the abolition of slavery.

      Thought-provoking, and at times challenging, this exhibition exposes some uncomfortable new stories from Jersey’s past and examines the legacy and impact of transatlantic slavery on the Island’s community today.

       

      1. The statue of Sir George Carteret was covered in red paint during the Black Lives Matter demonstrations of 2020.
      2. Jerseyman Joshua Mauger advertised enslaved people for sale in Nova Scotia in 1752.
      3. Enslaved labour was used to harvest mahogany for staircases and furniture in Jersey properties such as the Victorian House.

       

    • Mont Orgueil Castle Tour
      11:00 am-12:00 pm
      2022.10.31-2023.02.01

      Take a tour of the Castle with one of our volunteer guides.

      TOUR TIMES

      Tours last approx. 1 hour

      April to October

      Mondays 11am

      Tuesdays 11am

      Wednesdays 11am and 2pm

      Thursdays 11am

      Fridays 11am

      Saturdays 11am

      Sundays 11am

      Our tours are free of charge (normal entry fee applies).

      Tours are subject to change, please call the Castle on +44 (0)1534 853 292 to confirm the site tour is going ahead.

      Changes to schedule

      No Monday tour on 25 April / 2 May / 6, 13 June / 18, 25, 31 July

      No Thursday tour on  28 April / 19 May / 16 June

      On Thursday 28 April and 16 June there will be a tour at 2pm

      On Saturday 7 May tour will take place at 2pm

    • Hamptonne Tour
      11:15 am-12:15 pm
      2022.10.31-2023.01.30

      Take a tour with one of our volunteer guides.

      Tour times

      Tours last approx. 1 hour

      March to October

      Mondays 11.15am

      Tuesdays 11.15am

      Wednesdays 11.15am

      Thursdays 11.15am

      Fridays 11.15am

      Our tours are free of charge (normal entry fee applies).

      Tours are subject to change, please call Hamptonne on +44 (0) 1534 863 955 to confirm the site tour is going ahead.

      Changes to schedule

      No Tuesday tour on 5 April

      No Wednesday tours in September

      No Wednesday tour on 5 October

    • St Helier Ghost Tour - An evening with the Shadow Hunters
      4:30 pm-6:00 pm
      2022.10.31

      Join the Jersey Uncovered Team this Hallowe’en Eve on a Ghostly adventure through St Helier.

      Wander the streets of the old town at dusk and uncover stories of the mysterious happenings in and around the town through the centuries.

      Learn of the story behind the magnificent monument in Green Street Cemetery; discover the poltergeist of James Street, and hear of the historical and unusual happenings in La Chasse and Regent Road, and locate the site of the original old theatre in Ruette de la Comedie.

      The Tour takes you on an entertaining ramble around the old town streets, beginning at the gates of Green Street Cemetery, and ending in the Royal Square.  Throughout, you will be regaled with stories old and new of strange and unexplained events, and historical happenings that have left their mark on the town hundreds of years later.

      Fun times with a spooky twist, not to be missed.

      To book contact Kary Day MITG at [email protected]

      +44 (0) 7797 741176

      Adults £15

      Children Aged 10 to 16 – £5

      Under 10 free

      Suitable for all ages but recommend Aged 10+

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