An exhibition of posters, photographs, and some costumes, from the past 80 years of Jersey Amateur Dramatic Club’s myriad of productions.
From their inaugural productions of ‘The Man Who Stayed at Home’ and ‘The Cat and the Canary’ at Glenham Hall in 1939 right through to ‘Chitty Chitty Bang Bang’ and ‘Bugsy Malone’ in 2018, pop up to the Berni Gallery and reminisce about all the shows seen across the Island. The JADC has performed at many venues these past 80 years, including: Jersey Arts Centre, Jersey Opera House, the Parish Halls and even Jersey Airport.
Why not book a ticket to see their latest pantomime, ‘The Sleeping Beauty’, playing on the Benjamin Meaker stage between 9 – 20 January? Click here!
Image: ‘Les Miserables’, 2016