Art & culture
Jersey Arts Centre
Jersey Arts Centre exists to foster the development and celebration of the arts island-wide and beyond. To enrich the quality of life for all residents and visitors. To encourage participation in the performing, visual and literary arts. To educate, inspire and to encourage debate.
This is achieved by providing exciting, innovative, wide-ranging, challenging, professional and community arts in welcoming, high-quality and accessible environments. Home to theatrical performances, concerts and even film nights - check the website for the most up to date diary of events. The Jersey Arts Centre is located in the north east corner of St. Helier, just down from the Millennium Park.
We are open all year round.
- Family friendly
- Wheelchair access
- Accessible toilets
- Lift or stairlift
- Partial wheelchair access
- Partially suitable for visitors with limited mobility
- Suitable for visitors with limited mobility
Jersey Arts Centre
Offers and events
In this emotive piece, Kaye explores the works of sapphic literature which made their mark and shaped her identity as a queer woman growing up in the Island; the themes shared between those pieces, and how sapphic voices have echoed through the centuries to inspire, connect with and embolden queer women to be who they are. Suitable for 14 years +
Oct 07 2023
The Maxwell Quartet is now firmly regarded as one of Britain’s finest young string quartets, with a strong connection to their folk music heritage and a commitment to bringing together wide-ranging projects and programmes to expend the string quartet repertoire.
Nov 14 2023
Performed with Chimutengwende and Cathy Naden, a founder member of Forced Entertainment, the piece is a dialogue of speech and movement, questions and answers. If All Else Fails brings together two powerful forces in the contemporary theatre scene to create a perplexing and original exploration of new territory.
Nov 15 2023 ‐ Nov 16 2023
The hills are alive this festive season as Jersey Arts Centre presents its eighth Community Christmas Production – the perennial family favourite, The Sound of Music! Don’t miss the most beloved stage musical of all time this Christmas.
Dec 08 2023 ‐ Dec 22 2023
ArtsCentreTheatre (ACT) presents an evening of original duologues, written, directed and performed by members of the group – set on one (or more) of three stages measuring eight feet by twelve feet. This production will include adult subject matter and strong language. Suitable for 16 years +
Nov 08 2023 ‐ Nov 11 2023
It’s the weekend and time to hit the town, to go ‘out out’. Part gig, part theatre, and just in time for last orders. Lash takes us on a booze-fuelled adrenaline rush, through bustling streets and bouncing clubs, where big tunes and mad characters collide. Suitable for 16 years +
Nov 03 2023 ‐ Nov 04 2023
The World Premiere of a new play in progress about growing up, childhood, and the shows you make when imagination knew no bounds! Finding their older selves drifting apart, two brothers step back in time to discover how meeting your younger self can still hold significance when moving forward in life. Suitable for 12 years +
Nov 03 2023 ‐ Nov 04 2023
Three environmental defenders are tested like never before in their battle to save their home, Palawan, an island in the Philippines, from the illegal destruction of its forests, fisheries and mountains. Bobby, Tata and Nieves, three magnetic leaders, risk their lives to stop corporations and governments plundering valuable natural resources.
Oct 21 2023
In 2007, Reyhaneh Jabbari was sentenced to death for the murder of a man who tried to assault her. The efforts undertaken by her family and supporters are highlighted in this documentary, revealing the oppression of women in Iran and the risks taken by those who defend them. Contains descriptions of sexual violence, imprisonment and torture.
Oct 20 2023
Aga is trying to legally adopt her teenage brother, Milosz, after the death of their mother; a process that involves intense probing from authorities into her personal life. However, what she can’t share in her conservative Polish village is her relationship with her girlfriend, Maja. Contains some offensive language.
Oct 18 2023
In March 2022, Russian troops withdrew from a small town in the Kyiv region of Ukraine. This confronting documentary depicts the citizens of Bucha emerging from their homes to clean their streets, rebuild their town, and face the future after grief. Contains images and audio of a war zone, including brief and partial images of covered bodies.
Oct 19 2023
Over the last year Ariel returned to Wigmore Hall, the Miami International Piano Festival, and Marlboro Music Festival in Vermont. He undertook a tour of Argentina and gave recitals in the Homburg MeisterKonzert series in Germany, the Menton Festival in France, Perth Concert Hall (broadcast by BBC Radio 3), and across the UK.
Oct 16 2023
The dancers of Ballet d’Jerri present Carte Blanche, a performance specially curated by the artists themselves. This programme flips the perspective of programming, allowing the dancers a Carte Blanche to speak for themselves in the language they understand best.
Oct 11 2023
Enjoy a showcase of music written and performed by a number of original members of one of Jersey’s longstanding bands together with some special guests. This fundraising concert is supporting the work of Jersey Arts Centre and The Robert Tilling Concert Series.
Oct 06 2023
Crack out the bunting! It’s Luke Wright’s Silver Jubilee. Over twenty-five years, Luke Wright has built up a reputation for being one of Britain’s most popular live poets. He has won an unprecedented four Saboteur Awards (national awards for spoken word), a Stage Award, and a Fringe First.
Oct 05 2023
The Canny Band are Michael Biggins (BBC Young Traditional Musician of the Year 2021), Sam Mabbett and Callum Convoy: a rare fusion of piano, diatonic button accordion and bodhran. The trio cook up an expert, effervescent mix of trad-based material with borrowings from classical, jazz and beyond.
Sep 30 2023
Spero is on a journey to the moon, a young person ruminates and Wayne learns to dance. After the success of his debut solo show Chrome Yellow, Wayne Stewart returns with a new introspective play born out of his own aversion to dance.
Sep 28 2023 ‐ Sep 29 2023