Welcome to Jersey Arts Centre and Autumn 2022!
We hope you have all remained well and safe throughout the glorious summer months. This is now our 8th season since the start of the pandemic (including two on-line lockdown seasons!) and we once again hope that there will be many performances, exhibitions and courses this autumn that you will wish to attend.
Our audience capacity returned to the full 250 on Monday 25 April and Jersey Arts Centre remains committed to following all Government of Jersey guidelines in order to keep everyone safer and well.
Contained within these web pages is our autumn season as it currently stands though, as you can imagine, it may be a little in flux with changes still sometimes happening. We will update online when these changes occur, so do keep checking our programme of performances, exhibitions, courses and workshops on the website!
Blues legend Roy Book Binder made a welcome return to our stage in September, and our 18th Human Rights Festival will bring a week of compelling and thought-provoking documentaries in October. Do ensure that you also book early for our seventh Community Christmas Production: a curious, but fantastical, adaptation of Lewis Carroll’s classic tales of Alice in Wonderland and Through the Looking Glass.
We would once again like to thank you all for your unparalleled support and encouragement throughout 2020, 2021 and 2022 – the challenges have been great but your commitment to the work at Jersey Arts Centre has been even greater!
We look forward to seeing you at Phillips Street – elsewhere – and at our Christmas show in December.
Take good care and stay safe.
With best wishes
Daniel Austin | Director
[Image: Autumn 2022 Brochure cover / Alice in Wonderland and Through the Looking Glass / Friday 9 December – Thursday 22 December / times various]