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We hope you will enjoy all that is on offer this spring season. Oddsocks are with us: twice! Their Merry Wives of Windsor will delight audiences old and young alike (see page 13) and then we have the WORLD PREMIERE of The Mighty Beast (see page 21). Curious Directive return with their Edinburgh Festival award-winning piece Your Last Breath (see page 19), and together with music, dance, exhibitions, courses and workshops there is something for eveyone. Enjoy the season ahead and make sure you get your submissions in for the People's Choice Festival 2012! 3 Daniel Austin Director

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Re-worked Exhibitions Exhibition admission is free to the Berni Gallery, which is open from 10am-10pm Monday to Saturday.

Box Office: 700444

Monday 9 January Saturday 4 February

Preview: Monday 9 January 5.30pm - 7pm Following the success of the Self Portrait exhibition, another group of Jersey artists have been presented with the challenge to create original new work in less than 36 hours. This year they may utilise only materials that have been found, have already been used in a different context or are naturally occurring in the countryside. The artists will realise their creations in situ in the Berni Gallery from their chosen materials, aided only by preliminary sketches. The fascinating results will be revealed at the preview. JAC


Traces

Céline Arché-Philippe

I Thought You’d Retired

Monday 6 February - Saturday 3 March Preview: Monday 6 February 5.30pm - 7pm

Monday 5 March - Saturday 24 March

Discover Traces, Céline Arché-Philippe’s exhibition of urban, abstract and portrait photographs where reality constantly flirts with the senses.

For four decades Peter Mourant has witnessed Island events as both a photographer and picture editor with the Jersey Evening Post.

Having lived in Tokyo, London, New York, Paris and Madrid, this French photographer offers a rediscovery of our environment and its impact.

This is his first solo exhibition and will include work taken for the newspaper and some for his own interest.

Workshops in French and English for Jersey students will take place to develop their process of seeing and framing the world from their individual viewpoint.

Peter Mourant

Preview: Monday 5 March 5.30pm - 7pm

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Eduardo Paolozzi: General Dynamic F.U.N.

Madagascar

Monday 26 March - Saturday 21 April

Monday 23 April - Saturday 19 May

Sir Eduardo Paolozzi was one of the pioneers of the pop art movement in the UK. He was a compulsive collector and a jumbler of icons. Equally revered for his mechanistic sculptures and his kaleidoscopic print projects, the artist, who described himself as 'a wizard in Toytown', transformed the mundane, the derelict and the mass-produced into images that zap with electric eclecticism and impress with their graphic complexity. 'Carrots into pomegranates!'

Madagascar, the oldest island in the world and twice the size of Britain, is the enchanting home to unique people and nature, including the lemur. This exhibition is a series of paintings by artist Matt Falle, based on his sketches whilst travelling the island. A percentage of every sale will be donated to Durrell Wildlife Conservation Trust’s vital conservation work in Madagascar.

Matthieu Falle

A Hayward Touring Exhibition

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Š Eduardo Paolozzi and DACS

Preview: Monday 23 April 5.30pm - 7pm


Performances at a Glance January

Performances Performances will be at the Benjamin Meaker Theatre at Phillips Street, St. Helier, unless otherwise stated. To book tickets, call our Box Office on: (01534) 700444 or visit: www.artscentre.je

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10 Jan

JADC - Alice in Wonderland

7.45pm

11 Jan

JADC - Alice in Wonderland

7.45pm

12 Jan

JADC - Alice in Wonderland

7.45pm

13 Jan

JADC - Alice in Wonderland

7.45pm

14 Jan

JADC - Alice in Wonderland

3pm

14 Jan

JADC - Alice in Wonderland

7.45pm

15 Jan

JADC - Alice in Wonderland

11am

15 Jan

JADC - Alice in Wonderland

3pm

16 Jan

JFS - Chico & Rita

8pm

17 Jan

Julian Byzantine + Anna Noakes

8pm

18 Jan

JADC - Alice in Wonderland

7.45pm

19 Jan

JADC - Alice in Wonderland

7.45pm

20 Jan

JADC - Alice in Wonderland

7.45pm

21 Jan

JADC - Alice in Wonderland

3pm

23 Jan

Les Quennevais Sch. - Our House

4pm

23 Jan

Les Quennevais Sch. - Our House

8pm

24 Jan

Les Quennevais Sch. - Our House

8pm

25 Jan

The Rape of Lucrece

8pm

28 Jan

Oddsocks: The Merry Wives...

8pm

30 Jan

Oddsocks: The Merry Wives...

8pm

31 Jan

Oddsocks: The Merry Wives...

8pm

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Performances at a Glance Contd... February

01 Feb Oddsocks: The Merry Wives...

8pm

25 Feb Andrew O’Neill

8pm

03 Feb CAMRA: Jersey Winter Ales

5pm

27 Feb JFS - How I Ended This Summer

8pm

03 Feb Emma Jane Griffiths Street Dance:

7pm

March

Pure Imagination 04 Feb CAMRA: Jersey Winter Ales

12noon

04 Feb Emma Jane Griffiths Street Dance:

2pm

Pure Imagination 04 Feb Emma Jane Griffiths Street Dance: 8

6pm

Pure Imagination 05 Feb Emma Jane Griffiths Street Dance:

2pm

Pure Imagination 05 Feb Emma Jane Griffiths Street Dance:

6pm

Pure Imagination

01 Mar Oddsocks: The Mighty Beast

8pm

02 Mar Oddsocks: The Mighty Beast

8pm

03 Mar Oddsocks: The Mighty Beast

8pm

05 Mar Amici Artium: Stephen Hough

8pm

08 Mar Drama Lab: NT Connections

7.30pm

09 Mar Drama Lab: NT Connections

7.30pm

10 Mar Drama Lab: NT Connections

2.30pm

10 Mar Drama Lab: NT Connections

7.30pm

12 Mar JFS - Public Enemies

8pm

06 Feb JFS - Outside the Law

8pm

15 Mar Drama Lab: St. Trinian’s

7.30pm

07 Feb Amici Artium - Yevgeny Sudbin

8pm

16 Mar Drama Lab: St. Trinian’s

7.30pm

11 Feb CIMC - The Sea Show

4pm

17 Mar Drama Lab: St. Trinian’s

2.30pm

14 Feb Valentine’s Day: Brief Encounter

8pm

17 Mar Drama Lab: St. Trinian’s

7.30pm

18 Feb The Beta Males: The Train Job

8pm

20 Mar St George’s: The Seven Sided Dice 7pm

21 Feb Schubert Ensemble

8pm

21 Mar St George’s: The Seven Sided Dice 7pm

22 Feb curious directive: Your Last Breath

8pm

23 Mar Poposterous

8pm

23 Feb curious directive: Your Last Breath

8pm

26 Mar JFS - The Maid

8pm

24 Feb Tilling Series: Martin Simpson

8pm

28 Mar Andrew Motion

8pm


30 Mar Café Society: Pierrepoint

8pm

31 Mar Café Society: Pierrepoint

8pm

April 03 Apr

youtheatre: The Conversation

8pm

04 Apr

youtheatre: The Conversation

8pm

05 Apr

youtheatre: The Conversation

8pm

06 Apr

Good Friday Films

3pm

06 Apr

Good Friday Films

6.30pm

13 Apr

Stomp: Fit For A Queen

7pm

14 Apr

Stomp: Fit For A Queen

3pm

14 Apr

Stomp: Fit For A Queen

7pm

16 Apr

JFS: Local Hero

8pm

19 Apr

Amici Artium: Natalie Clein + Alasdair Beatson

8pm

26 Apr

Magda

8pm

27 Apr

Barry Cryer: Butterfly Brain

28 Apr

TimpanAli: Babes in Arms

30 Apr

JFS - Potiche

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8pm 7.30pm 8pm

youtheatre’s William Howell-Jackson in Godspell 2011


Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland and Through the Looking Glass A musical play dramatised by Clemence Dane with music by Richard Addinsell JADC

Tuesday 10 January - Sunday 15 January Wednesday 18 January - Saturday 21 January Tuesday – Friday: 7.45pm Saturday 14 January: 3pm + 7.45pm Sunday 15 January: 11am + 3pm Saturday 21 January: 3pm

Be transported to Wonderland and beyond to see all your favourite characters from these magical books come to life: the White Rabbit, who’s always late; the Mad Hatter and the March Hare, still in the throws of a tea party; the Queen of Hearts, ordering: "off with their heads!"... to name but a few!

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£15 Family Ticket Special Offer for matinees only: 1 adult + 2 children: £40 2 adults + 2 children: £50 (only available until Friday 23 December 2011)

John Tenniel illustration for Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland (1865)


Chico & Rita

Julian Byzantine + Anna Noakes

Monday 16 January 8pm

Tuesday 17 January

Chico is a young piano player with big dreams. Rita is a beautiful singer with an extraordinary voice. Music and romantic desire unites them, but their journey in the tradition of the Latin ballad ‘The Bolero’ brings heartache and torment. Presented by Jersey Film Society.

Having performed at some of the most prestigious music venues around the world, Julian Byzantine is one of the world’s most widely acclaimed classical guitarists. Anna Noakes has performed concerti with major London Orchestras as well as giving recitals at many of Britain’s most respected festivals.

£5 (£3 students) only available on the door. JFS members can reserve a seat in advance at the Box Office.

Programme includes: Pietro Locatelli: Sonata in G Major; Astor Piazzolla: Histoire Du Tango; Phillip Houghton: From the Dreaming; Mikis Theodorakis: Epitafios No. 3 and 5; Maximo Diego Pujol: Dos Aires Candomberos.

Spain | UK 2010 / 93 minutes / Cert: 15 Directors: Fernando Trueba + Javier Mariscal

8pm

JAC

£17 (£11 students) Members: £14.45 (£9.35 students)

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Our House

The Rape of Lucrece

Monday 23 January + Tuesday 24 January

Wednesday 25 January

A touching tale of life and love, heartbreak and comedy. Billed as a ‘London love story’, Our House centres on two teenagers – Joe and his girlfriend Sarah – living in North London.

Gerard Logan (Olivier Award nominee and RSC actor) stars in the first ever solo adaptation of William Shakespeare’s brilliant, brutal narrative poem about the dreadful crime of rape and its aftershock.

by Tim Firth / Music and Lyrics by Madness Les Quennevais School by arrangement with Josef Weinberger Ltd.

by William Shakespeare Presented by Gerard Logan

8pm

Monday: 4pm + 8pm / Tuesday: 8pm

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Set to the backdrop of Madness’ hit songs, the story follows two different courses Joe’s life could have taken. The show is full of the band’s greatest musical numbers, including: Baggy Trousers, It Must Be Love, Driving In My Car, Our House and Wings of a Dove. £13 (£9 students + senior citizens)

Winner of The Stage Newspaper’s Award for Best Solo Show at the 2011 Edinburgh Festival Fringe. JAC

£17 (£11 students) Members: £14.45 (£9.35 students)


Oddsocks: The Merry Wives of Windsor by William Shakespeare

Saturday 28 January Monday 30 January - Wednesday 1 February 8pm

Returning this January to Jersey Arts Centre, Nationally acclaimed Oddsocks Productions are all set to bring you their latest festive treat – The Merry Wives of Windsor! So hold on to your hats, Oddsocks fans, as two merry wives give that lovable naughty knight, fun-loving Falstaff, a shock he’ll never forget, in return for his unwanted amorous attentions. Laughter, surprises and fun for all the family guaranteed, so hurry along for an exciting evening of infectious frivolity! JAC

£17 (£12 students) Members: £14.45 (£10.20 students)

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CAMRA Jersey Winter Ales Festival 2012

Pure Imagination

Friday 3 February + Saturday 4 February

Friday 3 February - Sunday 5 February

Up to 40 different Real Ales served direct from the cask in a variety of styles from Pale to Porter. A small range of ciders will also be available. Live music on Saturday evening.

An extravaganza of dance, from cheerleading and modern to street, jazz and pop.

Emma Jane Griffiths Street Dance School

Venue: St. James

Friday: 5pm - 11.30pm / Saturday: 12noon - 11.30pm

For further details visit: www.camrajersey.org.je

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£6 per day (£4 per day for CAMRA card carrying member)

© Jersey Evening Post

Friday: 7pm Saturday + Sunday: 2pm + 6pm

£13 adults (£7 students and senior citizens)


Outside the Law

Yevgeny Sudbin

Monday 6 February

Tuesday 7 February

After losing their family and home in Algeria, three brothers are scattered across the globe. Destiny reunites them in Paris, where their paths converge towards radical politics and violent crime. Presented by Jersey Film Society.

Sudbin has performed in many of the world’s finest venues, both in recital and with orchestra. His release of works by Scriabin was chosen ‘CD of the Year’ by the Daily Telegraph and was awarded the MIDEM Classical Award for best solo instrument CD at Cannes.

France | Algeria | Belgium 2010 / 138 minutes Cert: 15 / Director: Rachid Bouchareb

8pm

£5 (£3 students) only available on the door. JFS members can reserve a seat in advance at the Box Office.

8pm

Programme includes: Chopin: Ballade Op. 47 No.3, Op. 52 No. 4; Medtner: Sonata Tragica Op. 39 No. 5; Rachmaninov: Prelude Op. 32; Scriabin: Sonata Op. 53 No. 5. JAC

£19 (£12 students) Members: £16.15 (£10.20 students)

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The Sea Show

St. Valentine’s Day: ‘Brief Encounter’

Squashbox Theatre A Channel Islands Music Council Tour

UK 1945 / 86 minutes / Cert: PG Director: David Lean

Saturday 11 February

Tuesday 14 February

4pm

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Valentine’s Meal: 6pm Film: 8pm

This is a quirky and hilarious mix of puppet show, natural history and comedy cabaret. Meet crazy characters like Morwenna, the ‘beautiful’ mermaid; Ruan, the reformed seagull, and salty seadog Captain Pemburthy, as well as a cast of mischievous sea-squirts, anemones, limpets, crabs and pilchards. Come and celebrate the sea with tall tales, silly slapstick, fantastic facts, live music and songs – unmissable fun for children and adults of all ages! JAC £6 Members: £5.10

Looking for somewhere to take someone special this St. Valentine’s Day? Come and join us at Jersey Arts Centre for a romantic dinner at caféjac followed by a screening in the theatre of this 1940’s black and white classic. Starring Celia Johnson and Trevor Howard, housewife Laura Jesson meets doctor Alec Harvey in a café at a railway station. Although she is already married to another man, they gradually fall in love with each other. They continue to meet every Thursday at the café, although they know that their love is impossible… Meal (2 courses) + Film (2 tickets): £30 (excluding beverages) No other discounts apply.

JAC

Film only: £5 (£3 students) Members: £4.25 (£2.55 students) JFS Members: £4

Please book your meal package / film tickets at Box Office and make your meal choices at the caféjac bar.


St Valentine’s Day: ‘Brief Encounter’ Menu Starters Crab risotto served with crab cake and rocket salad Italian anti-pasti plate with warm focaccia bread Avocado, tomato, mozzarella and pesto salad Mains (All served with new potatoes and steamed mixed vegetables) Filet of salmon with sun-blush tomato pesto, baked in filo pastry on a creamy tomato sauce 17

Roast chicken breast with savoy cabbage and a paprika cream sauce Aubergine Parmigiana with rocket salad Dessert Fromage frais with strawberries and a strawberry coulis Chocolate terrine with orange crème anglaise Cheese plate

The meal and film price includes a choice of two courses. Reservations and meal choices must be made by 5pm on Thursday 9 February.

© 1945 Cineguild / Universal Pictures


The Beta Males: The Train Job

Schubert Ensemble

Saturday 18 February

Tuesday 21 February

Fresh from their 5 star sell-out run at the Edinburgh Festival Fringe, critically acclaimed sketch group The Beta Males welcome you aboard their latest comedy thrill-ride; a sketch show which hurtles through a world of hard-boiled cops, gentlemen thieves and a disgraced former Secretary of State for Transport.

Over the past 28 years, the Schubert Ensemble has established itself as one of the world’s leading groups for piano and strings. Regularly giving over 50 concerts a year, the Ensemble has performed in over 40 different countries.

8pm

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“A slick, hilarious sketch show… Genius.” The Sunday Times JAC

£12 (£9 students) Members: £10.20 (£7.65 students)

8pm

Programme includes: Schumann: Piano Quartet; Joe Cutler: Slippery Music for Piano Quartet; Brahms: Piano Quartet in G minor Op. 25 No. 1. JAC

£19 (£12 students) Members: £16.15 (£10.20 students)


Your Last Breath curious directive

Wednesday 22 February + Thursday 23 February 8pm

Spanning 150 years, curious directive fuse movement, live piano score and video, unravelling the landscapes of the heart and our own personal geographies. A Fringe First winner at the 2011 Edinburgh Festival Fringe and developed from the curious directive residency at St. James last summer.

“Connections of many different kinds lie at the heart of this rigorous, inventive and intelligent show from bright young company curious directive.” Lyn Gardner, The Guardian JAC

£17 (£11 students) Members: £14.45 (£9.35 students)

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Martin Simpson The Robert Tilling Series

Andrew O’Neill

Friday 24 February 8pm

Saturday 25 February

Widely acknowledged as one of the finest acoustic and slide guitarists in the world, his interpretations of traditional songs are masterpieces of storytelling. He has been nominated 23 times in the 11 years of the BBC Radio 2 Folk Awards – more than any other performer – with nine consecutive years for nominee for Musician of the Year, which he has won twice.

Andrew is a regular on the comedy stage at Download, has played to 5,500 people at Sonisphere and has opened for Amanda Palmer from The Dresden Dolls. He warms up the audience for Never Mind the Buzzcocks and has performed at comedy festivals in Adelaide and Melbourne. “So funny I put him in my new TV show.” Steve Coogan. Suitable for 16yrs+

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£17 (£11 students) Members: £14.45 (£9.35 students)

Photo: David Angel

8pm

JAC

£15 (£10 students) Members: £12.75 (£8.50 students)

Photo: Joe Brown


How I Ended This Summer

Oddsocks: The Mighty Beast

Monday 27 February

Thursday 1 March – Saturday 3 March

On a deserted Russian island inside the Arctic Circle, two men spend the summer working at a remote meteorological station where bullet holes in the ceiling serve as a reminder of how easily men turn mad there. A psychological drama made all the more gripping by the desolation of its setting. Presented by Jersey Film Society.

The cheeky chappies and lovely ladies of the renowned R.O.G.E.R. Radio company transport you from the comfort of your nearest place of entertainment to the mysterious Spoon Island.

Russia 2010 / 129 minutes / Cert: 12A Director: Alexei Popogrebsky 8pm

£5 (£3 students) only available on the door. JFS members can reserve a seat in advance at the Box Office.

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Oddsocks create an evening of hilarious homage to the heyday of radio. Prepare for mishaps, clangers and clever comedy as you experience Oddsocks as you have never seen them before. A world premiere! JAC

£17 (£12 students) Members: £14.45 (£10.20 students)

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Stephen Hough

National Theatre Connections Drama Lab

Monday 5 March

Thursday 8 March - Saturday 10 March

Pianist Stephen Hough is widely regarded as one of the most important and distinctive pianists of his generation. In recognition of his achievements, he has been awarded a MacArthur Fellowship, joining prominent scientists, writers and others who have made unique contributions to contemporary life.

Drama Lab presents two one act plays that premiered as part of The National Theatre’s inspirational New Connections youth theatre programme: It Snows and The Dummy Tree.

8pm

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Programme includes: Beethoven: Sonata in C# minor Op. 27 No. 2 (Moonlight); Hough: Sonata for Piano (Broken Branches); Scriabin: Sonata Op. 53 No. 5; Liszt: Sonata in B minor. JAC

£19 (£12 students) Members: £16.15 (£10.20 students)

7.30pm Saturday: 2.30pm + 7.30pm

It Snows: Boy doesn’t meet girl, girl doesn’t meet boy; threats from the lad’s (and girl’s) gang; mum and dad have declared war on each other; and then there’s the weird neighbour opposite. It’s the usual, ordinary gloominess. Then, one day, it snows. And everything changes... The Dummy Tree legend has it that mothers take their young ones to the tree to give up their dummy and begin the journey towards adulthood. A young man of 17 visits the tree on the morning of his wedding to meet his birth mother for the first time. In another time, under the same tree, a 17-year-old girl is trying to persuade her little boy to let go of his dummy... £10 (£7.50 students + senior citizens / £5 under 16s)

Photo: Sim Canetty-Clarke


Public Enemies

USA 2009 / 143 minutes / Cert: 15 Director: Michael Mann Introduced by David Gainsborough-Roberts

Monday 12 March 8pm

Notorious bank robber John Dillinger (Johnny Depp) has the run of early 1930’s Chicago. The FBI, still in its infancy, struggles to bring him to justice, so director J Edgar Hoover puts agent Melvin Purvis (Christian Bale) on the case, allowing him the use of professional lawmen and even torture to bring down the man considered Public Enemy Number One. Presented by Jersey Film Society. £5 (£3 students) only available on the door. JFS members can reserve a seat in advance at the Box Office.

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St. Trinian’s

The Seven Sided Dice

Thursday 15 March Saturday 17 March

Tuesday 20 March + Wednesday 21 March

The stability of St. Trinian’s School for Girls is under threat! Boys from a local school are forced to move in; a sinister apparition stalks the corridors; a thief lurks around the school; a campaign of bullying by a rogue fifth former. Throw in a mysterious treasure map and a secret passage and you have all the ingredients for a riotous St. Trinian’s story! Comedy, pathos, suspense and catchy songs presented by Drama Lab in St. Trinians’ irrepressible style!

This story tells of four children who discover a seven sided dice in their Grandfather’s loft. They roll the dice and are transported in to Game Land, ruled by the wicked Lady Fortune. The children have to play games such as Snakes and Ladders, Cluedo, Monopoly and Chess to beat Lady Fortune. A brilliant story of good versus evil, complete with wonderful songs and a brilliant storyline.

by David Barrett Drama Lab by arrangement with Yellowbrick Productions

7.30pm / Saturday: 2.30pm + 7.30pm

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by Phil Rean Music by Mike Smith St. George’s Preparatory School

7pm

£5 £10 (£7.50 students + senior citizens / £5 under 16s)


Poposterous

The Maid

Friday 23 March

Monday 26 March

Following The Confetti Maker, performed at Jersey Arts Centre in 2010, Frank sets out on his second clown solo venture: Poposterous! It explores the humour and comedy of religion, miracles, taboos, sin and war: A day in the life of the Pope. Nearly always respectful, this show is highly visual, using slapstick, magic, puppetry and lots of improvisation. Theatre-in-the-making!

Raquel has been a maid for a well-to-do Chilean family for so long that she’s come to think of herself as part of the family. However, Raquel is also aware of the distance between herself and her employers, so when the family hires an older, more experienced woman to work with her, it’s not long before domestics are locked in a fierce battle of wills. Presented by Jersey Film Society.

Presented by Frank Wurzinger Venue: St. James

Chile | Mexico 2009 / 93 minutes / Cert: 15 Director: Sebastian Silva

8pm

8pm

JAC £12 (£9 students) Members: £10.20 (£8.40 students)

£5 (£3 students) only available on the door. JFS members can reserve a seat in advance at the Box Office.

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Andrew Motion: Silver

Pierrepoint: The Hangman’s Tale Café Society

Wednesday 28 March 8pm

Friday 30 March + Saturday 31 March

Andrew Motion, Poet Laureate (1999-09), reads from his eagerly awaited sequel to Treasure Island – Silver – featuring a cast of noble seamen, murderous pirates and tales of love, valour and terrible cruelty. Suitable for 15 years +

Albert Pierrepoint was the most celebrated hangman the British judicial system has ever produced. Over a period of 25 years, he maintained the grim family tradition of providing executioners to the State.

“Compelling, simple and mysterious.” Sean O’Brien, Sunday Times

Written by Peter Harrison, this hangman’s tale provides a grim and often disturbing insight into the reality which lay behind the official phrase ‘death by judicial hanging’.

8pm

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£15 (£10 senior citizens, students and JAC Members)


The Conversation Venue: St. James

Good Friday Films

Tuesday 3 April - Thursday 5 April 8pm

Friday 6 April

An exploration of those small, intimate but critical exchanges of thought, desire, dreams and promises that make the world go round. A new theatre experience that will excite and inspire with the language of music, dance, words and bodies: a piece about living and dying, 'rounded with a sleep'...

Jersey Methodist Circuit will once again be showing two films to mark the beginning of the Easter weekend. The films will be announced in the build-up to Easter, but to guarantee a seat you can collect a ticket from the Jersey Arts Centre Box Office.

The Conversation will also perform at the Kurhaus, Bad Wurzach, Germany in April as part of the Partnerschaft / Twinning initiative between St. Helier and Bad Wurzach.

By permission of the Bailiff.

JAC

£9 (£7 students) Members: £7.65 (£5.95 students)

The Conversation by Pedro Barbeito 2004

3pm + 6.30pm

Admission Free

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Fit For A Queen Stomp

Local Hero

Saturday 14 April 5pm + 7.30pm

Monday 16 April

The talented young people of Stomp perform songs and extracts from popular music and the best musicals of the past 60 years, from well known favorites such as My Fair Lady, right through the last six decades, to today’s classics such as The Lion King. You will be entertained, enthralled and enchanted by our tribute to our Queen Elizabeth’s Diamond Jubilee, Fit for a Queen.

This delightful comedy recalls the best of Ealing studios. Felix Happer (Burt Lancaster), a Texan oil mogul, sends his assistant MacIntyre (Peter Reigert) to negotiate the purchase of a small Scottish fishing village to build an oil refinery. When negotiations are frustrated by an eccentric beachdweller, Happer decides to settle the matter in person – with surprising results. Presented by Jersey Film Society.

£10 (£7.50 students)

UK 1983 / 111 minutes / Cert: PG Directed by: Bill Forsyth

8pm

£5 (£3 students) only available on the door. JFS members can reserve a seat in advance at the Box Office.


Natalie Clein + Alasdair Beatson

Thursday 19 April 8pm

Described by the Times as a "mesmerising" cellist who "plays everything with passion", Natalie Clein’s recent engagements have included the BBC Proms and the Hallé and Royal Philharmonic orchestras. Pianist Alasdair Beatson has received high praise for his “highly sensitive playing of rare insight”. Regarded as a distinctive and sincere musician, he is equally adept in solo and chamber repertoire. Programme includes: Debussy: Cello Sonata; Dutilleux: Trios Strophes; Faure: Cello Sonata No. 2 in G minor; Webern: 3 Little Pieces Op.11; Brahms: Cello Sonata in F major Op. 99. JAC

£19 (£12 students) Members: £16.15 (£10.20 students)

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Magda

Barry Cryer: Butterfly Brain

Venue: St. James

All-Electric Productions

Thursday 26 April

Friday 27 April

Monster? Mother? Magda is one woman’s quest to understand another, seen through a grimy, and at times irreverent, Weimar lens.

From The Two Ronnies to Morcambe and Wise, Tony Hancock to Dudley Moore, Barry Cryer has worked with almost all of the great comedians and comic writers since the mid 1950s. Join him as he takes you on an alphabetical journey from Aardvark to Zulu...

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Using music, text and documentary footage, this entertaining and thought-provoking piece explores the danger and value of empathy by unpicking a shocking decision taken in the dying days of the Third Reich. Theatre-in-the-making!

JAC £12 (£9 students) Members: £10.20 (£8.40 students)

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£17 (£11 students) Members: £14.45 (£9.35 students)


Babes in Arms

Potiche

Saturday 28 April 7.30pm

Monday 30 April

Follow the lives of a group of apprentice thespians as they attempt to mount a revue. Complications arise when every opportunity is blocked by their surly theatre manager and the overbearing mother of an ex child star. Containing such classic songs as: The Lady is a Tramp, My Funny Valentine, Johnny One-Note, I Wish I Were in Love Again and Where or When.

Set in 1970’s provincial France, Catherine Deneuve plays Suzanne, a submissive, housebound trophy wife (or ‘potiche’) who steps in to manage the umbrella factory run by her tyrannical husband. After the workers go on strike and take him hostage. To everyone’s surprise, Suzanne proves a competent woman of action. Presented by Jersey Film Society.

TimpanAli Productions by permission of Josef Weinberger Ltd.

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France 2010 / 103 minutes / Cert: 15 Director: François Ozen

8pm

£5 (£3 students) only available on the door. JFS members can reserve a seat in advance at the Box Office.

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Courses + Workshops at a Glance Courses + Workshops Courses + Workshops will be at Jersey Arts Centre, Phillips Street, St. Helier, unless otherwise stated.

Box Office: (01534) 700444

January 03 Jan

ACT Meet and Greet

05 Jan - 29 Mar

Junior Drama (8-13 years)

11 Jan - 22 Feb

Digital SLR Photography Beg.

11 Jan - 21 Mar

Zumba

12 Jan - 22 Mar

Afternoon Painting

13 Jan - 23 Mar

Zumba

14 Jan - 31 Mar

Artful Doodlers (7-11 years)

9.30am - 11.30am

16 Jan - 20 Jan

Speak-in-a-Week: Russian

1.10pm - 1.50pm

17 Jan - 13 Mar

Once-a-Week: Greek

6.30pm - 7.30pm

18 Jan - 08 Feb

Egyptian Belly Dance

February

Speak-in-a-Week: French 1

30 Jan - 03 Feb

06 Feb - 10 Feb Speak-in-a-Week: Spanish 1

7.30pm - 10pm 5.30pm - 7.30pm 10am - 12noon 1pm - 1.45pm 1.30pm - 3.30pm 1pm - 1.45pm

7pm - 8pm 1.10pm - 1.50pm

1.10pm - 1.50pm

13 Feb - 17 Feb Half Term Drama School (8-13 years)

9am - 4pm

20 Feb - 24 Feb Speak-in-a-Week: Chinese

1.10pm - 1.50pm

27 Feb - 02 Mar Speak-in-a-Week: Japanese

1.10pm - 1.50pm

March

29 Feb - 04 Apr

Digital SLR Photography Int.

10am - 12noon

05 Mar - 09 Mar Speak-in-a-Week: Intermediate Japanese The Jersey Arts Centre and Adult Education at Highlands College

12 Mar - 16 Mar Brush Up Your English

are working together to promote the benefits of lifelong learning.

26 Mar - 30 Mar Speak-in-a-Week: Italian

Both organisations offer exciting courses for the community that enhance wellbeing, improve confidence and provide a lot of fun! The Highlands College spring part-time prospectus is packed full of interesting new courses as well as old favourites and can be seen online at ww.highlands.ac.uk Have a look, try something new and enrich your life.

April

1.10pm - 1.50pm 6pm - 7pm 1.10pm - 1.50pm

16 Apr - 20 Apr

Speak-in-a-Week: Greek

6pm - 7pm

18 Apr

youtheatre Meet and Greet

6pm - 8pm


Junior Drama (8-13 years)

Artful Doodlers

Tutor: Sheri Burt Thursday 5 January - Thursday 29 March 5.30pm - 7.30pm 12 Thursday sessions Holiday: Thursday 16 February Venue: St. James £50 / Members: £47.50

Tutor: Chantal Quaeck Saturday 14 January - Saturday 31 March 9.30am - 11.30am 10 Saturday sessions Holiday: Saturday 11 February + Saturday 18 February £85 / Members: £80.70

Participants will be taken through the principles of performance, including improvisation, voice and movement. Communication, concentration and commitment are essential disciplines of exciting performance and these will be further explored and developed. Incorporating a multitude of fun drama activities and games, the workshops also develop social skills and confidence.

A fun art workshop using different techniques in painting, drawing, printing and clay work, with one session dedicated to Junk Art and the last one to Easter Crafts.

Kids’ Courses

Book early to avoid disappointment! Please wear: suitable clothing and footwear.

(7-11 years)

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Half Term Drama School

Speak-in-a-Week: Russian

Tutor: Sheri Burt Monday 13 February - Friday 17 February 9am - 4pm 5 weekday sessions £120 / Members: £114 Venue: St. James

Tutor: Tatjana Gorina Monday 16 January - Friday 20 January 1.10pm - 1.50pm 5 lunchtime sessions £20 / Members: £19

A great experience for young people, whether they are aspiring young actors or would simply like to start a new hobby. Throughout the week, participants will learn valuable acting techniques, from performing and movement, to improvisation and devising. Students will be able to make use of their newfound acting skills by staging an original piece of theatre for family and friends at the end of the week at 3pm.

Use your lunch hours effectively by joining Russian classes. In a fun, friendly and relaxed atmosphere you will learn useful phrases to hold basic conversations in Russian. This will help you with travel, shopping, eating out in Russia, and developing positive relationships with Russian people.

Kids’ Courses

(8-13 years)

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Languages

(18 years +)


Once-a-Week: Greek Languages

(18 years +)

Speak-in-a-Week: French 1 (18 years +)

Tutor: Annette Person Tuesday 17 January - Tuesday 13 March 6.30pm - 7.30pm 8 Tuesday sessions Holiday: Tuesday 14 February £40 / Members: £38

Tutor: Elena Fiodoruk Monday 30 January - Friday 3 February 1.10pm - 1.50pm 5 lunchtime sessions £20 / Members: £19

Greek for beginners! There will be plenty of class practice to get off the ground in conversation. Revision of the alphabet will be given, a little more grammar and a steady build-up of vocabulary, with emphasis on pronunciation and accurate use of the language.

Use your lunch hour profitably. If you are a total beginner or know a little, come and learn how to introduce yourself, order food and lots more.

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Speak-in-a-Week: Spanish 1 (18 years +)

Speak-in-a-Week: Chinese

Tutor: Elena Fiodoruk Monday 6 February - Friday 10 February 1.10pm - 1.50pm 5 lunchtime sessions £20 / Members: £19

Tutor: Tim Nash Monday 20 February - Friday 24 February 1.10pm - 1.50pm 5 lunchtime sessions £20 / Members: £19

Use your lunch hour to learn Spanish! Aimed at the total beginner or someone who knows a little, come and learn how to order food, talk about the weather and lots more!

Learn how to say 1000 everyday phrases in the world’s most spoken language with just 10 syllables. Gain crucial insights into the world’s oldest civilization. If you’ve ever struggled with verb endings, adjectival agreements, and irregular plurals in another language, Mandarin will be sweet relief – because it doesn’t have any!

Languages

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(18 years +)


Speak-in-a-Week: Japanese (18 years +)

Speak-in-a-Week: Intermediate Japanese

Tutor: Ritsuko Coe Monday 27 February - Friday 2 March 1.10pm - 1.50pm 5 lunchtime sessions £20 / Members: £19

Tutor: Ritsuko Coe Monday 5 March - Friday 9 March 1.10pm - 1.50pm 5 lunchtime sessions £20 / Members: £19

Japanese is a fascinating language which has become a popular subject amongst people wishing to understand more about Japanese culture. In this course we aim to show you a flavour of how the language is constructed using its own bespoke character sets. We will also learn to speak a few simple greetings and useful phrases.

The course is intended for people who have some basic knowledge of Japanese language. We will learn how to make everyday conversation using a variety of commonly used words, including the principles learned in the introductory course.

Languages

(18 years +)

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Brush Up Your English! (18 years +)

Speak-in-a-Week: Italian

Tutor: Annette Person Monday 12 March - Friday 16 March 6pm - 7pm 5 evening sessions £20 / Members: £19

Tutor: Sofia Bonazzi Monday 26 March - Friday 30 March 1.10pm - 1.50pm 5 lunchtime sessions £20 / Members: £19

Brush up your English! For native and non-native speakers; revising grammar, public speaking and use of English. Improve your confidence in the written and spoken language. Business, formal and informal English will be covered in the course and course-books will be used.

Come along and use your lunch hours for a week to learn essential Italian, to enable you to have a basic conversation with the locals.

Languages

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(18 years +)

Please bring: a pen and paper.


Speak-in-a-Week: Greek (18 years +)

Digital SLR Photography For Beginners

Tutor: Annette Person Monday 16 April - Friday 20 April 6pm - 7pm 5 evening sessions £20 / Members: £19

Tutor: Colin Cruickshank Wednesday 11 January - Wednesday 22 February 10am - 12noon 6 weekday sessions £50 / Members: £47.50

More Greek for beginners! There will be plenty of class practice to get off the ground in conversation. Revision of the alphabet will be given, a little more grammar and a steady build-up of vocabulary, with emphasis on pronunciation and accurate use of the language.

This is a practical ‘hands on’ course designed to enable you to quickly get to grips with the essential controls of the camera. We will concentrate on controlling the aperture and shutter speed to get fantastic creative effects that will take your photography to a whole new level! You will also learn how to control and use light for best affect. All you need for the course is a basic D-SLR with a kit lens.

Languages

Photography

(16 years +)

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Digital SLR Photography Intermediate Level

Afternoon Painting

Tutor: Colin Cruickshank Wednesday 29 February - Wednesday 4 April 10am - 12noon 6 weekday sessions £50 / Members: £47.50

Tutor: Ann Morgan Thursday 12 January - Thursday 22 March 1.30pm - 3.30pm 10 weekday sessions Holiday: Thursday 16 February £85 / Members: £80.70

This course is ideal for photographers who have a sound knowledge of basic photography or have attended Colin Cruickshank’s beginners course. It’s designed to enable you to get the most from your camera. We will visit various locations around the Island, concentrating on lighting and composition as well as how to shoot action and landscape photographs. We will also cover shooting macro, using wireless off camera flash, shooting RAW and essential post-processing techniques.

For those people who enjoy painting a variety of different subjects in an exciting and expressive way. Using oils, acrylics, gouâche or watercolour, you will be able to develop your own artistic style whilst also gaining tutor and group feedback. Please bring: any painting materials of your choice. If you are unsure about materials, this can be discussed with the tutor at the first session.

Photography

Art

(18 years +)

(16 years +)

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Zumba Dance

(18 years +)

Introduction to Egyptian Belly Dance (18 years +)

Tutor: Claudia Moreno Wednesday 11 January - Wednesday 21 March 1pm - 1.45pm 10 weekday sessions Holiday: Wednesday 15 February £50 / Members: £47.50

Tutor: Susan Reid Wednesday 18 January - Wednesday 8 February 7pm - 8pm 4 Wednesday sessions £24 / Members: £22.80

Tutor: Claudia Moreno Friday 13 January - Friday 23 March 1pm - 1.45pm 10 weekday sessions Holiday: Friday 17 February £50 / Members: £47.50

This short starter course is designed for those new to belly dance. It is suitable for all ages and fitness levels, and no previous dance experience is necessary. You will learn the basic moves of Egyptian belly dance, including ‘hip drops’, ‘shimmies’, ‘figure of 8’ and ‘camels’. We will flow the moves together into short dance combinations each week, in a fun and relaxed environment.

Party yourself into shape with the Latin-inspired, easy to follow dance fitness class that incorporates Latin and International music and dance movements, creating a dynamic and exhilarating fitness class. You’ll have a blast and won’t even realise you are exercising!

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Performance

youtheatre

ArtsCentreTheatre (18 years +)

(14-19 years)

Join the Jersey Arts Centre’s professionally led, award-winning theatre company into a full-scale production.

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If you have the energy, commitment, imagination and a sense of humour and would like to become a member, come to our next introductory meeting on Wednesday 18 April 2012 from 6pm - 8pm at St. James.

ArtsCentreTheatre (ACT) is open to anyone aged 18 years + who is interested in learning the skills and disciplines required to produce good theatre, of which acting is only one. Enthusiasm is essential, commitment vital and a sense of fun invaluable.

For further information about our drama groups and drama courses, visit www.artscentre.je or contact: 700400.

If you have commitment, a love of good theatre and would like to become a member, come along to ACT’s Meet and Greet on Tuesday 3 January 2012 at 7.30pm. For further information, contact ACT’s Director Jason Kenyon on 07700 720476 or e-mail jason@artscentre.je

Godspell 2011

Bonaventure 2011


Courses + Workshops Application Form Spring 2012 Course Title(s) ................................................................................................................................................. Applicant’s Details (please print) Title ............... Forename ................................................... Surname ............................................................ Address ........................................................................................................................................................ .............................................................................................. Postcode ....................................................... Telephone (day) ................................................................. (evening) ............................................................. (mobile) .................................................................. Email ............................................................................. Applicants under 18: Child’s Name ................................................................ DOB ....................................... Name of Parent or Guardian .......................................................................................................................... 43

I am a Jersey Arts Centre Member and receive 5% discount off all courses + workshops No other concessionary rates apply. Photographs may be taken during courses or workshops for Jersey Arts Centre publicity. Please tick here if you want to be included in these Please make cheques payable to ‘Jersey Arts Centre Association’ or enter your credit card details below. Cardholder’s Name ................................................................................ Initials ............... Mr/Mrs/Miss/Ms Credit Card Number Valid from Date

Expiry Date

If the workshop is cancelled the fee will be returned. Refunds will not be given for any other reason. To obtain further details on courses, please telephone the Jersey Arts Centre on 700444 or visit our website on www.artscentr e.je Reservations for workshop places without payment cannot be taken. On receipt of payment, all students accept the Terms & Conditions of the Jersey Arts Centre found on the facilities page on our website.

Security Number

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The above information is collected in accordance with Data Protection (Jersey Law, 2005) and will be used for Jersey Arts Centre purposes. We may forward you Jersey Arts Centre promotional material which we believe to be of interest to you. If you wish to receive this information, please tick this box

Please return this completed form with payment to: Jersey Arts Centre, Phillips Street, St. Helier, Jersey JE2 4SW Please enclose a stamped addressed envelope for a receipt.


Membership Form To become a Member, or to purchase membership as a gift, simply fill in the application form below, detach and post it to our Box Office.

Single £21 Joint £35 Family £40 (includes children up to 18 years) Student £9

Senior Citizen £12 Joint Senior Citizen £21 Patron £85 Benefactor £270 Staff £7

This is my first application / I wish to renew / this membership is a gift (please delete where appropriate) Member’s Details (please print) Title ............... Forename ................................................... Surname ............................................................ Name(s) of other members ............................................................................................................................ Address ........................................................................................................................................................ ............................................................................................. Postcode ........................................................ 44

Telephone (day) ................................................................. (evening) ............................................................. (mobile) .................................................................. Email ............................................................................. If this is a gift, please state your name and telephone number ......................................................................... Please make cheques payable to ‘Jersey Arts Centre Association’ or enter your credit card details below. Cardholder’s Name ................................................................................ Initials ............... Mr/Mrs/Miss/Ms

Credit Card Number Valid from Date

Expiry Date

Security Number

Total £...................

The above information is collected in accordance with Data Protection (Jersey Law, 2005) and will be used for Jersey Arts Centre purposes. We may forward you Jersey Arts Centre promotional material which we believe to be of interest to you. If you wish to receive this information, please tick this box

Please return this completed form with payment to: Jersey Arts Centre, Phillips Street, St. Helier, Jersey JE2 4SW Please enclose a stamped addressed envelope for a receipt.


10 Good Reasons to Become a Member

Anyone can become a Member of the Jersey Arts Centre. As well as single and joint memberships, there are categories for students, families and senior citizens. If you would like to support our work and become an individual sponsor, you can enrol as a Patron or Benefactor of the Jersey Arts Centre.

Membership Benefits:

15% discount on Jersey Arts Centre promotions

To become a Member, simply fill out the form opposite and return it to our Box Office.

5% discount on courses and workshops 5% discount on eat-in caféjac food, teas and coffees Loyalty Scheme – buy ten tickets and get the 11th free New members paying by Direct Debit will receive a £5 gift voucher Advance copy of our programme of events Regular mailings by e-flyer Invitations to exhibition previews by e-flyer Exclusive Members’ events A vote at our A.G.M.

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How to Book On-line: Visit our website www.artscentre.je to buy tickets for performances or to pay for courses and workshops on-line. By Phone: (01534) 700444 to purchase tickets using select credit / debit cards.

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In Person: All tickets can be bought or collected from our Box Office in Phillips Street between Monday and Saturday, 10am - 8pm and 45 minutes before a Sunday performance. Tickets can also be bought from St. James from 45 minutes before a performance.


Credit / Debit Cards: We accept the following:

Reserved Tickets: All reserved tickets are to be fully paid for within three working days or otherwise will be offered for resale. JAC

JAC

Ticket Discounts: Jersey Arts Centre Members save 15% on events marked with this promotional symbol. Group Bookings: Receive one free ticket with every ten purchased on events marked with this promotional symbol.

Courses + Workshops: 5% discount is given to Jersey Arts Centre Members on presentation of their membership card. Concessionary rates are listed under each performance. To receive a student discount, identification will be requested. Ticket Exchange: A £2 charge is levied on each ticket exchanged. We do not offer refunds. Special Assistance: Wheelchair access is available to both performance areas at the Jersey Arts Centre and St. James. The Berni Gallery and most meeting rooms are also fully accessible via a lift. Please advise Box Office of wheelchair requirements in advance when booking tickets or hirings. Please enquire about the best seats for induction loop reception.

Our Brochure: Printed on paper from a sustainable source. Front cover: curious directive Your Last Breath. Programme correct at time of print (November 2011) © Jersey Arts Centre – we reserve the right to change the programme without notice.

Directions and Parking

Jersey Arts Centre is in Phillips Street, St. Helier, just off Bath Street, two minutes away from the main shopping area and Minden Place Carpark. St. James in St. James Street is five minutes walk away, near Green Street Carpark. Free parking after 5pm - before then, parking paycards are needed.

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Hire Our Venues

Benjamin Meaker Theatre - Phillips Street Within the Jersey Arts Centre’s main building, our 250 seat auditorium has full disabled access.

Bar Gallery - Phillips Street The Bar Gallery is a small exhibition area located on the ground floor of the Jersey Arts Centre. It is free of charge to hire, and is available to hire from one week up to four. For hiring details, please call: 700400

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St. James - St. James Street Acoustically atmospheric converted church with an adaptable seating arrangement for up to 300 people. Berni Gallery - Phillips Street The Berni Gallery is located on the first floor of the Jersey Arts Centre and costs ÂŁ100 per week to hire. It can be hired for a minimum of two weeks and a maximum of four weeks.

Eat + Drink + Relax at

Opens: Monday - Friday 7.30am - 10.30pm Saturday 8am - 8pm / Sunday times may vary... Located on the ground floor at the Jersey Arts Centre, serving a fresh selection of food and drinks throughout the day. For reservations and enquiries, please call: 879482.


Other Rooms at Jersey Arts Centre Maria Ritchie Room (Room 1) A large flexible room suitable for meetings, rehearsal, smaller presentations and corporate entertaining with a capacity for 50 seated or 70 standing.

Darius Keaton Studio (Room 4) A small flexible meeting room on the ground floor for 25 people.

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E. Wyndham Hettich Room (Room 2) A small flexible meeting room on first floor for 25 people.

Edmund Blampied Art Studio (Room 3) A large well equipped art studio with a maximum capacity of 30 people.

For hiring details and terms and conditions, please call: 700400 or visit: www.artscentre.je


Volunteers

Jersey Arts Centre relies on volunteers to help with performances and distribution - and we’re always looking for extra help. From a few hours to several afternoons or evenings a month, anything you could spare is very welcome. If you would like to become a part of our friendly team, please call our Volunteers’ Coordinator on: 700444.

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Our Community Partners

CIMC The Channel Islands Music Council was established in 1974 to promote music events across the islands. AIHCT Arts in Health Care Trust promotes a series of concerts throughout the year in health care settings.

Become a Business Partner

Whilst developing a corporate relationship with the Jersey Arts Centre, businesses benefit from a number of complimentary tickets, use of the Maria Ritchie meeting room, invitations to exhibition previews, and mailings. For further details of the Scheme, please call: 700400.

Sponsorship and Advertising

There are many sponsorship and advertising opportunities available at the Jersey Arts Centre, including placing an advert in our Brochure. For more details, please contact our Marketing Manager on: 700424.

Jersey Film Society

Membership is open to anyone aged eighteen and over and offers several benefits including: free entry to all Jersey Film Society screenings, tickets to ‘Members only’ screenings, year round special offers at Cineworld, Newsletters and film notes. To become a Member, please call the Secretary, Derek Gray, on 855064, or the President, Geoffrey Coppock, on 737171. For further details visit: www.mlng.com


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Jersey Arts Centre Spring Brochure, January>April 2012.

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