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Welcome from our Director

Welcome to our autumn 2019 season which is once again full-to-the-brim with exciting, challenging and adventurous participatory experiences.

Highlights this season include: the return of: Doric String Quartet (25 Sept) as part of the Amici Artium series; Jersey Festival of Words (28 + 29 Sept); and the 15th Human Rights Festival. There are also four Richard Jordan Productions: Heroin(e) for Breakfast (26 Sept), Working Method (1 + 2 Oct), and a Literary Double Bill from Bob Kingdom about Truman Capote and Dylan Thomas (12 + 13 Nov., respectively).

We certainly recommend you become a Member of Jersey Arts Centre Association, as you will enjoy a 15% discount on all promoted performances which are marked with a Red Ribbon symbol and, as a Member, you will also enjoy a 5% discount on eat-in cafejac food, teas and coffees. We also offer a loyalty scheme whereby if you buy 10 tickets we’ll give you the 11th free on Red Ribbon performances!

And don’t forget to book your tickets early for this year’s A CHRISTMAS CAROL (6-22 Dec) as we don’t want you to be disappointed when we sell out!

Click here to explore an online version of our brochure!

Enjoy the season ahead – everyone is welcome – we look forward to seeing you all this yuletide!

Merry Christmas!


[Above image: autumn brochure cover / A CHRISTMAS CAROL / 6 – 22 DECEMBER 2019]

DID YOU KNOW? that in 2018 Jersey Arts Centre presented:


  • 214 ticketed performances with 25,553 attendances
  • 13 exhibitions in the Berni Gallery
  • 15 exhibitions in the Bar Gallery
  • 21 public courses and workshops with 225 participants
  • 10 workshops in 9 schools for Holocaust Memorial Day with 301 attendances
  • 10 workshops in 8 schools for World Book Day with 272 attendances
  • 5 Channel Islands Music Council concerts
  • 22 Arts in Health Care Trust concerts across the Island’s care settings
  • 2 youtheatre productions with one travelling to St. Helier’s twin town of Bad Wurzach
  • 2 ACT projects
  • 1 Junior Drama ‘new writing’ project: ‘this untitled thing’
  • The delivery of our 3rd Brighter Futures project: ‘conference of the mermaids’
  • 3 Residencies, with: Linda Marlowe, Art’Comedia and Simon MacDonald
  • Our 16th consecutive year of readings with the youtheatre at Holocaust Memorial Day
  • Readings at the Former Internees 74th Liberation Day anniversary at the War Tunnels
  • Readings at The Celebration of Armistice Concert at Fort Regent
  • The 5th Polish Film Festival
  • The 14th Human Rights Festival
  • The afternoon celebrations on Liberation Day
  • An adaptation of Harper Lee’s TO KILL A MOCKINGBIRD with 531 attendances over 3 shows
  • Our 3rd Christmas production: THE WIND IN THE WILLOWS with 3,052 attendances over 18 performances and 586 attendances at 22 primary school workshops