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Arts in Guernsey: What's happened and what's on

Arts in Guernsey: What's happened and what's on

Friday 19 May 2023

Arts in Guernsey: What's happened and what's on

Friday 19 May 2023

Drama, drinking and jazz, it's set to be a busy week in the world of creativity and art.

Guernsey Arts keeps us up to date on what events are on the horizon:


Enjoy a leisurely Sunday in Candie Gardens with a bit of music to put a swing in your step! On the 21May (from 3PM) Candie Garden Concerts 2023 will feature up and coming local talent from the Music Centre Youth Jazz and Youth Jazz Orchestra. 


Drink N Draw upstairs at the Swan Inn every Thursday evening from 7pm9pm.Enjoy informal life drawing in a friendly and relaxed environment.  

No booking needed and all materials provided. Cost per session £10 cash or £11 by card.  



The Guernsey Art Network Rolling exhibition at the Chamber of Commerce is featuring a new artist! The work of Kathleen Haley takes a fun and vibrant look at the animal kingdom.  The exhibition is available to visit during Chamber of Commerce business hours. 


The One Act Play Festival returns! This highlight of Guernsey’s theatrical calendar will run from Monday 22 May to Thursday 25 May. Discover eight plays, celebrating Youth Drama from local schools and community groups such as GADOC, Avril Earl Dance and Theatre Arts Centre, Grammar School, St. Stephen's Players, Cheshire Dramatic Arts Academy and Music Box. All the competitors have had to work to strict festival rules - who will be taking home the trophy? 

Each night of Performances starts at 7.30pm. Prices for each evening £9 plus 7.5% booking fee. There will be an interval of 15 minutes between each play. 4 Night tickets are £30 plus 7.5% booking fee and entitle the purchaser to a seat for each of the 4 nights and a voting card. Season tickets must be purchased by 7.30pm on the opening night and are available at the box offices. 

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