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MAY- AUGUST 2015 EVENTS GUIDE

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A YEAR TO CELEBRATE There’s certainly a lot happening in Jersey this year with the 70th anniversary of the Liberation, the 2015 island games and, of course, the 150th anniversary of the theatre here in Gloucester Street. The island has a lot to celebrate and we hope both visitors and islanders will support all the events that are on offer throughout the year. In particular, we hope to bring you a stunning Gala Night towards the end of 2015 to mark our 150th milestone. Back to this season and we had a flurry of excitement in February when we announced comedian Kevin Bridges would be doing three warm up gigs here this summer. Another great coup for us but a big blow for those who didn’t get tickets in time; all three shows sold out in less than 24 hours! Fear not, we have plenty of comedy lined up for the rest of year including one line legends Stewart Francis and Milton Jones, German Comedy Ambassador Henning Wehn, PowerPoint whizz Dave Gorman and a return trip for the very un-PC Pam Ann.

Music fans are assured an actionpacked season ahead with a number of superb shows celebrating the talent of The Beach Boys, Whitney Houston, Elvis, Simon and Garfunkel, and Johnny Cash, not to mention the UK’s biggest Motown spectacular with full live band and vocalists. For families we would recommend the weird and wonderful Voca People, stepping inside Mimika Theatre’s white calico tent, and the Champions of Magic back with a brand new line up. Or, for something educational, don’t miss the interactive and explosive Ministry of Science. We continue to grow our Studio programme with award-winning one-(wo)man shows. Don’t miss Pope Head about the secret life of Francis Bacon, BBC Slam Champion Sophia Walker’s Around the World in Eight Mistakes and Rabbit Theatre’s Dracula starring David Mynne. Members get £2 off our studio shows, plus there are great discounts on some of our other shows detailed in this Events Guide including The Burlesque Show and The Magic of Motown. Take a look and we’re sure you’ll see that it makes sense to become a Friend of Jersey Opera House! Jasmine Hendry Theatre Director

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WANT YOUR WORK ON THE WALLS?

If you’re a local artist or photographer and would like to exhibit your work in OH! Cafébar we would love to hear from you. The gallery space is free of charge and exhibitions are for a minimum of one month. The eatery has a great footfall and many exhibitors sell their work as a result. We do book up fast though so if you’re interested please contact admin@jerseyoperahouse.co.uk OH! Cafébar: (01534) 511 106.

SEEKING STEWARD SUPPORT We’d be lost without our stewards who work Front of House on all our shows. As a non-profit making organisation we rely on our volunteers and can’t thank them enough for all they do. As we increase the number of events in our calendar we are appealing for more stewards to join our team. You’ll be trained up for the role and one of the perks is getting to see the shows for free! If you’d like to volunteer please email forbes.mann@jerseyoperahouse.co.uk

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Here’s just a quick reminder that, for our anniversary year, we have lowered our annual membership fees. In 2015 you can be a Friends Member for as little as £15 for an Individual Membership, £25 for a Joint Membership and £10 for Students. There are heaps of benefits including advance notice of shows, discount at OH! Cafébar, ticket offers, and exclusive events. Plus don’t forget that your subscription helps support Jersey Opera House; a non-profit making organisation.

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SHOW LISTINGS

MAY

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Voca People

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Nelson – The Sailors’ Story (In The Studio) Thu 7 & Fri 8

P9-13 Liberation Festival P14 NT Live – Man And Superman (S)

P15 P16

Pope Head (In The Studio) Stewart Francis: Pun Gent Tour

Thu 7-Sun 17 Thu 14 Fri 15 Sat 16

Jersey Gilbert and Sullivan Society: H.M.S. Pinafore and Trial By Jury (A)

Tue 19-Sat 23

P17

Plays Rough (In The Studio)

Thu 28

P18

Kevin Bridges: Work In Progress

Fri 29-Sun 31

P19

Barking Dog’s Teddy’s Birthday / Alice Through The Looking Glass (In The Studio)

Sat 30

JUNE

P20

Motionhouse: Broken

Tue 9

P21

Ministry Of Science Live

Wed 10

P22

NT Live – London Road (S)

Thu 11

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Westcoast: Celebrating the Music of The Beach Boys

Sat 13

P24

Milton Jones & The Temple of Daft

Wed 17 & Thu 18

P25

The Band Of The Brigade Of Gurkhas

Fri 19

P26

Dracula (In The Studio)

Fri 19 & Sat 20

P27

Vatican Museum (S) A Midsummer Night’s Dream (S)

Sat 20 Sun 21

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Simon Rattle & Lang Lang (S)

Sun 28

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JULY

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ENO – Bizet’s Carmen (S)

Wed 1

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Around The World In Eight Mistakes (In The Studio)

Fri 3

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Henning Wehn – Eins, Zwei, DIY

Sat 4

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The Simon and Garfunkel Story

Fri 10 & Sat 11

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NT Live – Everyman (S)

Thu 16

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Whitney: Queen Of The Night

Fri 17 & Sat 18

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André Rieu’s 2015 Maastricht Concert (S) Sun 19 RSC – The Merchant of Venice (S) Wed 22

P35

The Elvis Years

Fri 24 & Sat 25

P36

Courtney Pine & Zoe Rahman

Fri 31

AUGUST

P37

The Burlesque Show

Sat 1

P38

Tue 4-Thu 6

Mimika Theatre’s Landscapes (In The Studio)

P39

The And Finally Big Band

Thu 6

P40

Champions of Magic

Fri 7-Sun 9

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The Magic Of Motown

Thu 13-Sat 15

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The Pity of War

Mon 17

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The Johnny Cash Roadshow

Fri 21 & Sat 22

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RSC – Othello (S)

Wed 26

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Original Works Showcase

Sat 29

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How to book / How to find us

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Seating plan

P48-49 Membership All information correct at time of going to print

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International Music Festival

www.liberationjersey.com

Saturday 9th May 2015 BERLIN PHILHARMONIC OCTET With Peter Donohoe on piano AT THE JERSEY OPERA HOUSE Marking the 70th anniversary of Liberation, an evening of music performed by members of the renowned German orchestra with Peter Donohoe, one of Britain's most accomplished pianists, and interspersed with readings from original letters and journals written during WWII by residents of the Channel Islands.

Tickets prices £15, £20, £25 available from Jersey Opera House Box Office: 511115 There will be a pre-concert talk with members of the Berlin Philharmonic at 7pm

Sponsored by:

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MAY

SAT 2

VOCA PEOPLE

“Great. A knockout” New York Times

A thrilling and original musical adventure, unlike anything you will have experienced before. No instruments, no sound effects - just eight incredibly talented singer-comedians, who have been seen by more than one million people worldwide with more than 50 million hits on YouTube. Full of energy and bursting with comedy and fun, this international hit features more than 80 all-time favourites from artists including Madonna, Michael Jackson, Queen and even Mozart. Winner of the NYC 2012 Lortel Award for Best Theatrical Experience.

Uplifting theatrical “experience ” Edinburgh Fringe 2014

www.voca-people.com

Tickets Stalls: £22 Dress: £24 Upper: £21 Family Ticket: £78 (2 Adults & 2 Children / 1 Adult & 3 Children) Concessions: £2 Off Performance Times 2:30pm 8pm

MEMBERS £5 OFF

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MAY

THU 7 & FRI 8

NELSON – THE SAILORS’ STORY IN THE STUDIO

Amidst the shot, smoke and din of battle, a surgeon, a midshipman, a gunner and a powder monkey aboard H.M.S. Victory strive to destroy the Combined Fleet of France and Spain. Their fate, and that of their country, lies in the hands of one man – Horatio Nelson. What happened to the “tars” who served with him? Through their eyes, and in Nelson’s own words, we find out what it was really like at Trafalgar. Nicholas Collett follows up his hit show Spitfire Solo with a spectacular feast of ocean-going action, surprise and song. Written and performed by Nicholas Collett, directed by Gavin Robertson with original soundtrack by Danny Bright.

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Tickets Full: £12 Concessions: £10 Performance Time 8pm

MEMBERS £2 OFF


MAY

THU 7 7-17 MAY

LIBERATION FESTIVAL The Liberation International Music Festival celebrates the 70th Anniversary of freedom and includes the Band of the Royal Marines, Jazz with BBC Jazz Singer of the Year Clare Teal, the Berlin Philharmonic Octet, a Liberation Celebration with international stars playing chamber music, and stars from the Royal Ballet at Fort Regent. www.liberationjersey.com

ROYAL MARINES SPECTACULAR Her Majesty’s Royal Marines open the Liberation Festival with a musical spectacular featuring big band hits, military marches, and popular showstoppers. This entertaining band delight audiences wherever they perform. From royal occasions through to public concerts, they always bring the house down. In aid of

Tickets Full: £20-£25 VIP Seats: £75 Concessions available Performance Time 7pm Pre-concert Event 8pm Concert

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MAY

SAT 9-SUN 10

BERLIN PHILHARMONIC OCTET Tickets £20-£25 Concessions available Performance Time 7pm Q&A 8pm Concert

The Berlin Philharmonic Octet with Peter Donohoe (piano) commemorate the 70th anniversary of the liberation of the Channel Islands from occupation. Poignant personal stories unfold in the readings of diaries and letters written by islanders during that time. Musicians from one of the best orchestras in the world perform single movements from: John Ireland: Sextet for piano, clarinet, horn & strings Edward Elgar: Piano quintet Franz Schubert: Octet in F (in original 4-movement form) The concert is sponsored by Deutsche Bank and Mourant Ozannes.

SUN 10 MAY

MUSICAL WALK & CONCERT

WALK - ROZEL & CONCERT - ROZEL MANOR CHAPEL Musical Walk starts from Chateau La Chaire Car Park in Rozel.

PROGRAMME De Falla, Piazolla, & Vivaldi. Internationally acclaimed soloists, violinist Harriet Mackenzie and guitarist Morgan Szymanski perform sparkling duo music from colourful Piazzolla Tangos to passionate Spanish Dances. 10

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Tickets £15 Concessions available Performance Time Walk: 2pm Concert: 4:30pm


LIBERATED BY BROADWAY

MAY

WED 13

SARAH FOX (SOPRANO) ORCHESTRE SYMPHONIQUE DE BRETAGNE Popular songs from Broadway by Cole Porter to Irving Berlin and The Sound of Music sung by celebrated international soloist Sarah Fox, a 100 strong choir and this acclaimed orchestra, making its first appearance in Jersey. The second half includes “Brothers in Arts” commissioned for the 70th anniversary of the D-Day landing by Guillaume St James & Grammy nominated composer Chris Brubeck. It tells the story of the liberation of France through the sounds of the times from boogie-woogie to jazz.

PROGRAMME INCLUDES So in Love – Cole Porter Let’s Face the Music and Dance - Berlin 4 songs from The Sound of Music: The Hills Are Alive My Favourite Things Climb Every Mountain So Long Farewell

Tickets £5-£35 Concessions available Performance Time 6:30pm Q&A (with Composer Chris Brubeck) 7:30pm Concert

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MAY

FRI 15

LIBERATION CELEBRATION MICHAEL COLLINS & FRIENDS

Six major international soloists celebrate liberation in a night of wonderful masterworks separated by readings about liberation. Listen to exquisite playing by award-winning artists in Beethoven’s wonderful ‘Clarinet Trio’. Marvel at Schumann’s breath-taking chamber music and enjoy the warm lyrical melodies of Brahms’ supreme masterpiece. The soloists include Leonard Elschenbroich, Alexander Sitkovetsky, Wu Qian and Anna Smith. Michael Collins also speaks in the pre-concert event. Alexander Sitkovetsky:

One of the Stars of the New Century The Strad

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Beethoven – Clarinet Trio Schumann – Piano Quartet Brahms – Clarinet Quintet

Tickets £20-£25 Concessions available Performance Time 7pm Q&A 8pm Concert


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MAY

Saturday 16th May - 8pm

ROYAL BALLET STARS A Ballet Gala starring Sarah Lamb and Steven McRae (principal soloists at the Royal Ballet) with excerpts from Swan Lake, The Nutcracker, & Sleeping Beauty with a 50 piece Jersey Chamber Orchestra - the largest to play ballet music in the island for 10 years.

Tickets: £15-£45 Fort Regent Tel: 449827

Sunday 17th May - 12-4.30pm

Jazz at Hamptonne CLARE TEAL & HER BAND World jazz star Clare Teal headlines a wonderful afternoon of music supported by acclaimed French jazz group Mora Swing and Jersey's Liberation Choir. Picnic al fresco on the lawns while enjoying a range of family activities. SOLD OUT

Tickets: £15 Lawns £25 Marquee from Jersey Opera House

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THU 14 & FRI 15

THU 14 MAY NATIONAL THEATRE LIVE

MAN AND SUPERMAN LIVE SCREENING

Academy Award® nominee Ralph Fiennes (The English Patient, Schindler’s List) plays Jack Tanner in this exhilarating reinvention of Shaw’s witty, provocative classic. A romantic comedy, an epic fairytale, a fiery philosophical debate, Man and Superman asks fundamental questions about how we live. www.ntlive.com

Tickets Full: £12.50 Concessions: £11 Performance Time 7pm

FRI 15 MAY IN THE STUDIO

POPE HEAD THE SECRET LIFE OF FRANCIS BACON The critically acclaimed Pope Head is a one-man play about the life, art, psyche, sexuality, philosophy and inner most truth of the artist Francis Bacon. Beaten by his father’s henchmen and banished from the family home, this production follows the young artist’s struggles. Some strong language. Suitable for 16+. Written and performed by Garry Roost (Black Books, The Day Today) www.francisbaconplay.com 14

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Tickets Full: £12 Concessions: £10 Performance Time 8pm

MEMBERS £2 OFF


MAY

SAT 16

STEWART FRANCIS PUN GENT TOUR

Live Nation, in association with MHA, proudly presents Stewart Francis, star of Mock The Week, Michael McIntyre’s Roadshow and Live At The Apollo, as he embarks on a brand new stand-up tour with a fantastic and hilarious new show!

Perfectly “crafted gags ” The Sunday Times

www.stewartfrancis.com

Tickets £18.50 Performance Time 8pm BOX OFFICE (01534) 511115

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TUE 19-SAT 23

THE JERSEY GILBERT AND SULLIVAN SOCIETY PRESENTS A DOUBLE BILL

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The First Lord of the Admiralty loves the Captain’s daughter, but she loves a humble sailor. Ashore, Angelina is spurned by Edwin leading to a trial for breach of promise of marriage.

Tickets 7.45H Jersey Opera Full: £18 House Jersey House Opera Jersey Opera

In these two pieces, which brought Gilbert and Sullivan to the forefront of the theatrical world, Gilbert brings his witty sense of the absurd to poke satirical fun at the Law and the English class system, whilst accompanied by Sullivan in his most exuberantly tuneful mood. We defy the audience to leave the theatre without a spring in its step Box and a tune on its lips!

Saturday: 2.30p 7.45pm 7.4 7.45pm

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PLAYS ROUGH

MAY

THU 28

IN THE STUDIO

One of the only events in Jersey dedicated to new theatre writing continues to grow and evolve. With work from Plays Rough going on to full productions here in Jersey and in the UK, this is a powerhouse of talent where every event promises the possibility of something rare, magical and explosive.

Put Plays Rough in your diary so you don’t miss out on these informal, fun, challenging, powerful evenings of entertainment. Next Date: Thu 24 Sept

Tickets ÂŁ5 Performance Time 8pm BOX OFFICE (01534) 511115

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MAY

FRI 29-SUN 31

KEVIN BRIDGES WORK IN PROGRESS

Kevin Bridges returns to Jersey Opera House to try out his brand new material prior to embarking on his biggest tour to date A Whole Different Story… Scotland’s biggest export, dubbed as “brilliant” by one of his comedy idols Billy Connolly, has had an astonishing rise to success. His 2012 tour smashed box office records, selling a staggering 45,000 tickets in the first day. The epic 136-date tour culminated in a sell-out run in Australia and his DVD reaching No. 5 in the Christmas charts.

Over the last year, Kevin has hosted three shows for BBC1 and released his hotly anticipated autobiography We Need To Talk About…. *Kevin may be performing from notes and will have a support act.

Britain’s best stand up The Sun

www.kevinbridges.co.uk

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MAY

SAT 30

TEDDY’S BIRTHDAY BY MIKE BROOKS IN THE STUDIO When Eddy the Teddy’s best friend Sammy Ragdoll asks what he wants for his birthday, Eddy says “a surprise”. What he doesn’t realise is that Sammy’s been planning a surprise all along! Using mime, puppetry and interactive songs, this 45 minute show is perfect for young children and a welcome return for Eddy’s young fans. Suitable for children aged 3 - 6 years

Tickets Full: £7 Children: £5 Performance Times 10am & 11:30am

ALICE THROUGH THE LOOKING GLASS BY LEWIS CARROLL (ADAPTED BY MIKE BROOKS) IN THE STUDIO Alice wonders whether a world exists on the other side of her mirror. To her surprise, she walks through it and into an adventure where she meets Tweedle Dum and Tweedle Dee, Humpty Dumpty, and the two Queens. This 45 minute show incorporates mime, puppetry, original music and audience participation. Suitable for children aged 4 - 9 years www.barkingdog.co.uk

Tickets Full: £7 Children: £5 Performance Times 2pm & 3:30pm BOX OFFICE (01534) 511115

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MOTIONHOUSE:

BROKEN

Audiences were spellbound after Motionhouse last performed here in 2013 and since then this dance theatre company has been touring internationally to critical acclaim. Now on its third tour due to popular demand, Broken has visited sold-out venues and received rave reviews all across the UK and Europe, and Jersey Opera House is delighted to welcome back this unashamedly visual and adrenalin fuelled spectacle. Submerging athletic dance with intricate digital imagery and original music, Broken lures the audience into a world of shifting perspectives. Ravishing, delicate and poignant, this unique production from decorated Artistic Director Kevin Finnan MBE literally erupts onto the stage and takes you on a journey into the earth, as you have never seen it before… For more information on workshops please contact marketing@jerseyoperahouse.co.uk 20

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Performance art at its very finest The Daily Telegraph

A catch-your-breath, heart-in-mouth experience

The Lowry Dance Ambassador

full on assault “onAthe senses ” Dancing Times

www.motionhouse.co.uk

Tickets Stalls: £15 Dress: £18 Concessions: £2 Off School Group: £8 Workshop & Show Ticket: £19 Performance Time 8pm


MINISTRY OF SCIENCE LIVE

WARNING. WARNING. This is a public safety announcement… Please keep your head firmly on your shoulders and your limbs inside the ride at all times – Ministry of Science Live is about to explode onto the Jersey Opera House stage for the very first time! This is not your ordinary science show – it comes with a hovercraft, a few cannons, lots of bangs and a push bike that powers a blender. Looking at the inventors and the engineers who have shaped the modern world we live in, this fast-paced educational production covers everything from liquid nitrogen flowers to hydrogen bottle rockets, Buzz Aldrin to Virgin Galactic, cat food tins to the hovercraft, plasma balls to lightsabers, the discovery of methane and the invention of the battery.

JUNE

WED 10

A journey of science, engineering, discovery and invention, come and join the team and the voiceover from above (X Factor’s Peter Dickson) as they take you on an adventure with explosive demonstrations and a few loud bangs! www.ministryofscience.org

Tickets Stalls: £14.50 Dress: £15.50 Concessions: £2 Off School Group: £10 Family Ticket: £50 (2 Adults & 2 Children / 1 Adult & 3 Children) Performance Times 1:30pm 6:30pm BOX OFFICE (01534) 511115

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JUNE

THU 11

NATIONAL THEATRE LIVE:

LONDON ROAD ENCORE SCREENING

Hailed as a remarkable, ground-breaking work during two sell-out runs at the National Theatre, the feature film adaptation of London Road reunites the award-winning team, with script by Alecky Blythe, music by Adam Cork and directed by Rufus Norris (Broken).

who found themselves at the epicentre of the tragic events.

With an ensemble cast that includes Olivia Colman, Kate Fleetwood, Anita Dobson and Tom Hardy, London Road documents the events that shook Suffolk in 2006, when the quiet rural town of Ipswich was shattered by the discovery of the bodies of five women.

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Using their own words set to an innovative musical score, London Road tells a moving story of ordinary people coming together during the darkest of experiences.

www.ntlive.com

Tickets Full: ÂŁ12.50 Concessions: ÂŁ11 Performance Time 7pm


JUNE

SAT 13

WESTCOAST CELEBRATE THE MUSIC OF THE BEACH BOYS

Westcoast… far from another tribute act, this is a complete entertainment experience, celebrating the iconic music of The Beach Boys. This show is packed from start to finish with familiar foot tapping hits including Good Vibrations, Fun, Fun, Fun, Surfin USA, Sloop John B, Barbara Ann, God Only Knows, Surfin’ Safari, California Girls… to name just a few. The original and unique harmony sounds of The Beach Boys are accurately recreated by these five great singers in a light-hearted, entertaining, “feel good” production. So whatever your age, nationality or musical preferences, come along and

have “fun, fun, fun”... until the curtain comes down!

One of the best “shows I’ve seen. In a word Fab-u-lous

Audience member

www.westcoastbeachboys.biz

Tickets £20 Performance Time 8pm BOX OFFICE (01534) 511115

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JUNE

WED 17 & THU 18

MILTON JONES & THE TEMPLE OF DAFT

Yes him with the loud shirts and messed up hair from Mock The Week, Live At The Apollo and Michael McIntyre’s Roadshow. An evening in the company of an idiot. Or is he? Yes he is. Only come if you like jokes though. If not, you’ll be cross.

one-liners “soBeautiful skilfully sculpted, you don’t know whether to laugh or put them on your mantelpiece

The Guardian

Pun-derful Jones “leaves audience gagging for more ” Jones’ one-liners “reach a new height ” Metro

Time Out

@themiltonjones facebook.com/miltoncomedyjones miltonjones.com

Tickets £24 Performance Time 8pm 24

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THE BAND OF THE BRIGADE OF GURKHAS

The Gurkha Welfare Trust Jersey is a local charity set up to raise funds for ex-British Army Gurkhas and their families in Nepal. 2015 marks the 200th anniversary of Gurkhas serving the British Crown, with a reputation for bravery and sacrifice second to none. The aim of the Trust is to raise enough money to build a much-needed school and medical centre in the foothills of Nepal, home to the Gurkhas.

JUNE

FRI 19

To aid the fundraising effort, the Royal Gurkha Rifles Band, Pipes and Drums is making its first, and possibly only, appearance in the island and will perform for one exclusive night at Jersey Opera House.

Tickets Stalls: £20 Dress: £15-£20 Performance Time 8pm BOX OFFICE (01534) 511115

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JUNE

FRI 19 & SAT 20

RABBIT THEATRE PRESENTS

DRACULA IN THE STUDIO

“Listen to them... the children of the night. What music they make!” Be warned: this monstrous, disturbing (and completely batty) tale of dark deeds and the undead will thrill and seduce you. The award-winning Rabbit Theatre has got its teeth into Bram Stoker’s classic tale of the vampire. Written by Andrew McPherson and directed by Simon Harvey, the “outrageously versatile” David Mynne, co-founder of Kneehigh theatre company, brings to life this one-man performance of Dracula. 26

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A piece of theatre which is as ingenious as it is intimate The Cornishman

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Tickets Full: £12 Concessions: £10 Performance Time 8pm

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Image © Governorate of Vatican City

SAT 20 JUNE

VATICAN MUSEUM

ENCORE SCREENING An extraordinary voyage of discovery to see the most impressive collection of works of art built up over the last two thousand years.

JUNE

SAT 20 & SUN 21

For the first time, Ultra HD cameras go inside the Vatican Museums and the Sistine Chapel to show masterpieces from the likes of Michelangelo, Caravaggio, Van Gogh and da Vinci to name but a few. A unique, spectacular and fascinating tour by the Director of the Vatican Museums, Antonio Paolucci. www.omniversevision.com

Tickets Full: £12.50 Concessions: £11 Performance Time 8pm

SUN 21 JUNE

A MIDSUMMER NIGHT’S DREAM ENCORE SCREENING

Of all Shakespeare’s plays, this is the most phantasmagorical, with fairies, spells and hallucinatory lovers. Director Julie Taymor (Broadway’s The Lion King) turns out a production that’s visually breath-taking, funny, sexy and darkly poetic, with cinematography by Rodrigo Prieto and music by Academy Award-winning composer Elliot Goldenthal. www.omniversevision.com

Tickets Full: £12.50 Concessions: £11 Performance Time 8pm BOX OFFICE (01534) 511115

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JUNE-JULY

SUN 28 & WED 1 SUN 28 JUNE

SIMON RATTLE & LANG LANG FROM BERLIN 2015 Live from Berlin Waldbühne, the Berliner Philharmoniker, with conductor Sir Simon Rattle and pianist Lang Lang (soloist in Edvard Grieg’s Piano Concerto in A Minor) perform excerpts from some of Holywood’s most famous scores including Harry Potter, E.T., Ben Hur, and Hitchcock’s The Trouble with Harry, Vertigo, Marnie and Psycho. www.myscreenevent.com

Photo © Holger Kettner

LIVE SCREENING

Tickets Full: £15 Concessions: £13 Performance Time 7:15pm

WED 1 JULY

BIZET’S CARMEN ENGLISH NATIONAL OPERA Photo © Alastair Muir

LIVE SCREENING Probably the most popular opera in the world, Carmen scandalised its earliest audiences with its raw depiction of lust in 19th Century Seville. In the ENO’s production, the action is a full-on battle of the sexes, fought out in the arena of the Spanish bullring. www.eno.org 28

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Tickets Full: £15 Concessions: £13 Performance Time 7:30pm


JULY

FRI 3

AROUND THE WORLD IN EIGHT MISTAKES IN THE STUDIO

BEST UK SPOKEN WORD SHOW 2014 BEST SPOKEN WORD SHOW 2013 EDINBURGH FREE FRINGE Illegal immigration. Illegal emigration. Ridiculous amounts of deportation. Accidentally living in a war zone and moving for love. Twice.

Vivid and “memorable...

BBC Slam Champion Sophia Walker presents the true story of all the worst reasons you could ever choose to move country.

The Scotsman

This double bill continues with a feature set from Sophia, an international touring poet.

Sabotage Reviews

Performing everywhere from the Kennedy Centre in Washington DC to Holyrood, the Scottish Parliament, her poems have aired on BBC iPlayer and radio stations in nine countries. Suitable for ages 14+

heart-breaking

powerhouse “ofAspoken word ” facebook.com/SophiaWalker twitter: @poetwalker

Tickets Full: £12 Concessions: £10 Performance Time 8pm

MEMBERS £2 OFF

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JULY

SAT 4

HENNING WEHN EINS, ZWEI, DIY UK TOUR 2015

After more than a decade in Britain, the German Comedy Ambassador has ‘groan’ to like puns... though he still couldn’t eat a whole one. As Henning’s assimilation is not yet complete, he hasn’t lost his sense of Westphalian wonderment at the foibles of British society.

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Expect a crash course in personal accountability and have a right old laugh at the same time! Wunderbar! www.henningwehn.de

Tickets £17.50 Performance Time 8pm


THE SIMON AND GARFUNKEL STORY

JULY

FRI 10 & SAT 11

50TH ANNIVERSARY TOUR Can you believe it’s been 50 years since the most successful Folk/ Rock duo of all time recorded their first No 1 hit single The Sound of Silence? To mark the milestone, The Simon and Garfunkel Story is returning to Jersey Opera House, following a sell-out show last year, success in London’s West End, a sell-out UK tour, and standing ovations for every performance. Starring award-winning actor Dean Elliott (Buddy Holly in Buddy – The Musical) as Paul Simon and Jonny Smart as Art Garfunkel, this show tells the duo’s story; their humble beginnings, their huge success, their dramatic break up and their famous 1981 Central Park concert.

Complete with original photos and film footage, this 50th anniversary celebration features a full live band performing all the greatest hits including Mrs Robinson, Cecilia, Bridge Over Troubled Water, Homeward Bound and many more. www.thesimonandgarfunkelstory.com

“Amazing!”

Elaine Paige, BBC Radio 2

Entertaining, “nostalgic & uplifting… Absolutely superb ” Jersey Evening Post

Tickets £20 Performance Time 8pm BOX OFFICE (01534) 511115

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JULY

THU 16

NATIONAL THEATRE LIVE

EVERYMAN LIVE SCREENING

BAFTA winner and Academy Award® nominee Chiwetel Ejiofor (12 Years A Slave) takes the title role in this dynamic new production of one of English drama’s oldest plays. Everyman is successful, popular and riding high when Death comes calling. He is forced to abandon the life he has built and embark on a last, frantic search to recruit a friend, anyone, to speak in his defence. But Death is close behind, and time is running out. One of the great primal, spiritual myths, Everyman asks whether it is only in death that we can understand 32

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our lives. A cornerstone of English drama since the 15th Century, it now explodes onto the stage in a startling production directed by the National Theatre’s new Director Rufus Norris (Broken, London Road), with words by Poet Laureate Carol Ann Duffy and movement by Javier De Frutos. www.ntlive.com

Tickets Full: £12.50 Concessions: £11 Performance Time 7pm


WHITNEY: QUEEN OF THE NIGHT

A stunning celebration of the music and life of one of the greatest singers of our time.

more, this show beautifully remembers the most highly awarded female artist in the world – ever!

This award-winning production features a stellar line-up with rising West End star Rebecca Freckleton delivering a powerhouse and breath-taking performance as Whitney.

Whitney’s one true legacy was her music, which touched most of us at some time in our lives. Share her life and get ready for the greatest love of all in Queen of the Night.

Taking you on a magical roller coaster ride through three decades of classic hits that include I Wanna Dance With Somebody, One Moment In Time, I’m Every Woman, My Love Is Your Love, So Emotional Baby, Run To You, Saving All My Love, I Will Always Love You and many

JULY

FRI 17 & SAT 18

www.queenofthenight.co

Tickets £20 Performance Time 8pm BOX OFFICE (01534) 511115

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JULY

SUN 19 & WED 22 SUN 19 JULY

ANDRÉ RIEU’S 2015 MAASTRICHT CONCERT SCREENED VIA SATELLITE Every year ‘The King of Waltz’ performs in front of thousands of fans before the beautiful backdrop of his home town of Maastricht, in The Netherlands. Joined by his famous Johann Strauss Orchestra, his sopranos, tenors and some special guests, 2015 will be his most spectacular ever to be broadcast. (Presented in English and Dutch with some English subtitles). www.cinemalive.com

DON’T MISS MAASTRICHT! A second chance to see André’s concert screened on Thu 23 July at 7:30pm Tickets Full: £18 Concessions: £16 Performance Time 7pm

WED 22 JULY ROYAL SHAKESPEARE COMPANY

THE MERCHANT OF VENICE LIVE SCREENING

In the melting pot of Venice, trade is God. With the gold flowing all is well, but when a contract between Bassanio and Shylock is broken, simmering racial tensions boil over. www.rsc.org.uk 34

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Tickets Full: £12.50 Concessions: £11 Performance Time 7pm


THE ELVIS YEARS

To mark eight decades of the true ‘King’ of rock and roll, The Elvis Years, which sold out at Jersey Opera House last year, has extended its tour.

Of You, Suspicious Minds, American Trilogy, and many more, as well as lesser known tracks Rock A Hula Baby and Bossa Nova Baby.

Celebrate Elvis’ 80th birthday year with this outstanding concert production of the West End musical Jailhouse Rock, featuring original star Mario Kombou and his incredible band. Led by legendary producer, musical director and Ivor Novello award-winner David Mackay, it tells the story of Elvis through the years.

The best “Elvis since Elvis! ”

Featuring a world-class cast, authentic costumes and rare film footage, this show is packed with the King’s greatest hits including Hound Dog, It’s Now Or Never, Just Can’t Help Believing, That’s Alright Mama, The Wonder

JULY

FRI 24 & SAT 25

Donna Presley

“Elvis lives.” Daily Mirror

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Tickets £19.50 Performance Time 8pm BOX OFFICE (01534) 511115

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JULY

FRI 31

COURTNEY PINE SONG (THE BALLAD BOOK) FEATURING ZOE RAHMAN

Back with his latest and 16th album, a collection of his favourite ballads, the legendary British Jazz artist is stripping everything back for the most intimate show of his long, celebrated and decorated career. Courtney Pine CBE had a year of selling out venues and headlining festivals across the world in 2014. The musician, who continues to break new ground and win prestigious industry awards, returns to Jersey this summer, but he’s not alone. Taking to the stage with his bass clarinet, Pine is joined by fellow Mercury nominee and MOBO Award-winning Pianist, Zoe Rahman. Described as “a remarkable pianist by any standard” in The Observer, Zoe has firmly established herself as one of the brightest stars on the contemporary jazz scene. 36

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Beautiful and “deeply impressive work by two of our finest players

The Observer

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Tickets £20 Performance Time 8pm


AUGUST

SAT 1

THE BURLESQUE SHOW

Tease. Tassels. Titivation. Back by popular demand for one night only, this is one show you won’t want to miss; a stunning night of sophisticated tease and award-winning performances. The most highly regarded production of its kind in the UK, this show delivers a fun-filled evening of burlesque and cabaret, featuring the finest artists of the genre.

Packed with beautiful choreography, hilarious routines, music and classic humour, this variety show promises to delight, excite and ignite that fire within… www.theburlesqueshow.co.uk

Tickets Full: £22 Concessions: £2 0ff Performance Time 8pm

MEMBERS £3 OFF

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AUGUST

TUE 4-THU 6

LANDSCAPES PRESENTED BY MIMIKA THEATRE IN THE STUDIO

Mimika Theatre returns to the Jersey Opera House Studio with another stunning show, set inside its signature white tent.

Europe, the USA, Canada, South East Asia and China.

Landscapes is a non-verbal, intimate, gentle and magical exploration of the atmosphere, movements, rhythms and sounds of the four contrasting areas of the natural world; the desert, sea, rainforest and the Antarctic.

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For ages 4 – 11 years

Tickets Full: £6 Children: £4 Performance Times 11am / 1pm / 2:30pm / 4pm Maximum of 30 people per show so book early!


THE AND FINALLY BIG BAND

The And Finally Big Band is a must see show for any Phil Collins and Genesis’ fan. An offshoot of the critically acclaimed And Finally… Phil Collins, this show sees twenty world-class musicians accurately recreate Big Band renditions of some of Phil’s and Genesis’ greatest hits, and the only album the original Big Band released, A Hot Night In Paris. This two hour extravaganza, produced by drummer Tim Harper, delivers all the classic tracks

AUGUST

THU 6

including Sussudio, Two Hearts, In The Air Tonight, Invisible Touch and many more, with an exclusive cameo vocal performance by Chris Lloyd from Talon. www.andfinallyltd.com

Tickets Full: £20 Concessions: £2 Off Performance Time 8pm BOX OFFICE (01534) 511115

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AUGUST

FRI 7-SUN 9

CHAMPIONS OF MAGIC

Champions Of Magic returns to Jersey Opera House with a brand new line-up of cutting-edge magic. Starring grand illusionists Young & Strange and King of Cards Michael Vincent as seen on ITV’s ‘Penn & Teller: Fool Us’, Star of new BBC3 Series ‘Killer Magic’ Ben Hart and, direct from South Korea, the multi-award winning An Ha Lim. The 2015 show brings bigger illusions, even more pyrotechnics and a finale you won’t believe!

World-class “illusionists... you’ll have to go to see what happens

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Tickets Sat Matinée Stalls: £20.50 Dress: £20.50-£22.50 Upper: £17.50-£18.50 Fri, Sat & Sun Eves Stalls: £22.50 Dress: £22.50-£24.50 Upper: £19.50-£20.50 Concessions: £2 Off Performance Times 5pm & 8:30pm Sat 8pm Fri & Sun

MEMBERS 2 for 1 on Opening Night


AUGUST

THU 13-SAT 15

THE MAGIC OF MOTOWN THE REACH OUT® TOUR

Britain’s biggest Motown spectacular embarks on its 2015 nationwide tour with an all-new, all-star show. Direct from the US and fresh from sell-out shows at London’s O2 Arena, this production features seven vocalists accompanied by a live seven piece band, with brass section. Celebrating its 12th incredible year, with more chart toppers than ever before, this production features the music of the The Four Tops, The Supremes, The Temptations, The Jackson 5, The Isley Brothers, Stevie Wonder, Marvin Gaye, Diana Ross, Lionel Richie and many more. Oozing the style, sophistication and brilliance of these musical legends, the five-star performers revive more than 35 back-to-back hits with all the dazzling dance moves, glittering costumes and superb musicianship of the original artists.

A spellbinding “performance from start to finish ” Daily Record, Scotland

A triumph... signed, “sealed, delivered ” Blackpool Gazette

www.easytheatres.com www.facebook.com/MagicOfMotown www.twitter.com/MagicOfMotown

Tickets Stalls: £25.50 Dress: £27.50 Upper: £22.50-£24.50 Concessions: £2 Off Performance Time 8pm

MEMBERS £3 OFF

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AUGUST

MON 17

THE PITY OF WAR ROBERT POWELL – NARRATION MATTHEW TRUSLER – VIOLIN MARTIN ROSCOE – PIANO

This poignant evening of music and poetry, produced in association with The Imperial War Museum, is touring theatres, arts centres and festivals to mark the centenary of the First World War. Highly acclaimed actor Robert Powell reads from the letters and poems of Wilfred Owen. They are works that reveal the very essence of the courage and humanity that triumphed over the worst possible conditions of war. The readings are interspersed with live 42

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performances of sonatas by Elgar and Debussy performed by internationally renowned musicians; violinist Matthew Trusler and pianist Martin Roscoe. www.cliveconwayproductions.com

Tickets Stalls: £19 Dress: £22 Concessions: £2 Off Performance Time 8pm


THE JOHNNY CASH ROADSHOW

Back by popular demand with an even bigger show, fans will need to book quickly for what, once again, is set to be a sell-out gig. The UK’s Number 1 celebration of the legendary Johnny Cash, this is the only show to be officially endorsed by the Cash family. Set to a backdrop of evocative images, the production takes audiences on a journey from the 1950s to 2003, re-creating the true essence of the man himself, his greatest hits, plus tracks from the last album Out Among The Stars. Prepare for a musical adventure fronted by award-winning singer/ songwriter Clive John, Jill Schoonjans as June Carter, Amanda Stone and Louise Masters as the Carter Sisters,

AUGUST

FRI 21 & SAT 22

accompanied by a live band complete with the JC Horns brass section.

Absolutely “authentic ” Extraordinary “concert ”

Caitlin Crowell (Granddaughter)

Daily Record and Sunday Mail

www.johnnycashroadshow.com

Tickets Full: £19.50 Concessions: £2 Off Performance Time 8pm BOX OFFICE (01534) 511115

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AUGUST

WED 26

ROYAL SHAKESPEARE COMPANY

OTHELLO LIVE SCREENING

Hugh Quarshie (Star Wars, Holby City) stars in the title role of Shakespeare’s tragedy, alongside Lucian Msamati as Iago, in this Royal Shakespeare Company production directed by Iqbal Khan. Othello is the greatest general of his age; a fearsome warrior, loving husband and revered defender of Venice against its enemies. However he is also an outsider whose victories have created enemies of his own; men driven by prejudice and jealousy to destroy him. As they plot in the shadows, Othello realises too late that the greatest danger lies not in the hatred of others, but in his own fragile and destructive pride. www.rsc.org.uk

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ORIGINAL WORKS SHOWCASE

AUGUST

SAT 29

BEDELL CREATIVE ARTS PROGRAMME

JERSEY OPERA HOUSE

Following the hugely successful Original Works Concert in 2013, the Bedell Creative Arts Programme returns. Expect cutting edge new work that spans all artistic genres, with a combination of live music, dance, film, spoken word and moving image.

international industry professionals, to explore each other’s craft and find ways of working together to produce pieces that wouldn’t be possible working in isolation.

This year the Programme has selected ten leading local artists, each with different art forms and skills, to collaborate and create contemporary original work.

www.arts.je

The chosen artists will have just two weeks in total, under the guidance of

Watch and follow as the process unfolds

Tickets Full: £12 Concessions: £8 Performance Time 8pm BOX OFFICE (01534) 511115

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HOW TO BOOK

Online Choose your preferred seats and buy your tickets online at www.jerseyoperahouse.co.uk Please note that there is a nonrefundable transactional fee per ticket for booking online.

• For a fee of £1 per ticket, tickets may be exchanged for another performance of the same show, subject to availability and with at least 24 hours’ notice prior to the show. • Concessions are for children under 12, students, senior citizens and HIE recipients, unless otherwise stated. • Reservations are held for up to one week prior to the performance before being automatically released for sale. • We reserve the right to change the cast without prior notification. • We reserve the right to refuse admission. • Latecomers may not be allowed access to the auditorium until a suitable point in the performance.

Snail Mail Tickets can be posted for an extra charge of 70p.

For a full list of our terms and conditions, please contact Box Office.

Booking Terms & Conditions • Jersey Opera House does not offer refunds unless in exceptional circumstances.

HOW TO FIND US

Box Office Call, email or come into the Box Office to get your tickets. We are open Monday to Saturday 9:30am – 5:30pm, and on show days we’re open until the curtain goes up! Tel: (01534) 511 115 boxoffice@jerseyoperahouse.co.uk

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By Foot… You’ll find us in Gloucester Street in St Helier, opposite the General Hospital. We’re a 5 minute walk from the main town shopping area and the bus terminus, Liberation Station. By Car… Patriotic Street and Sand Street car parks are both 150 metres from the theatre. Parking is free from 5pm to 8am. By Bus… Buses coming from the west will bypass Gloucester Street. The closest stop to the theatre is on the Esplanade and about a 200 metre walk. Other routes will stop at Liberation Station which is a 5 minute walk or taxis are available at the terminus.


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Lunch menu options Saturday three course set lunch

£19.95 per person

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£24.95 per person

6 course surprise tasting lunch

£45.00 per person

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£49.00 per person

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Classic dinner menu

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Hamlet

Starring Benedict cumBerBatcH 15tH OctOBer | £13.50

Buddy HOlly & tHe cricketerS 24tH OctOBer | £20

dave gOrman getS StraigHt tO tHe POint* (*tHe POwerPOint) 23rd OctOBer | £24

Pam ann: Queen Of tHe Sky

24tH & 25tH nOvemBer | £21-£27

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