Things to do in Jersey

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A few suggestions to help get the best out of island life.

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On Sunday 6 March you will be able to sample the St Clement seabed


On Saturday 26 February Iphigenie en Tauride will be screened at the Jersey Opera House live from The Met.

Sung in French with English subtitles and running at over tqwo hours, Susan Graham and Pacido Domingo reprise their starring roles in Christoph Gluck's interpretation of the primal Greek myth.

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  • The JADC will be putting on a production Blood Brothers from Monday 21 Februarywith performances at 2000GMT. Tickets are £14 at the Jersey Arts Centre.


For one night only sixties chart topping hammond organ virtuoso, Georgie Fame, will be at the Radisson Blu Waterfront hotel. Tickets range from £25-£49.95 on 26 February from 1830GMT.

Georgie will be playing with his two sons, Tristan (guitar) and James (drums) and Georgie will be on stage at 2100GMT.

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  • There will be a musical celebration of Broadway's leading ladies starring ex-Cosmopolitan drag performer, David Dale, at the Jersey Arts Centre from 6-8 March.
  • Oasis tribute act, Definitely MightBe will perform at the Drift in Weighbridge Place on Thursday 24 February from 2100GMT. Free entry.
  • Plump DJs will be at The Splash for Theology from 2200GMT on Saturday 26 February with Lizzard Channel, Kevin Pallot and Asep in the live room. Tickets are £10.


On Sunday 6 March you will be able to sample the St Clement seabed, which at low tide resembles a lunar landscape, as seen on BBC Countryfile. Starts at 1230GMT in Grouville. More information from Jersey Walk Adventures.

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  • Sticking to the east of the island and every Friday from 1400GMT there is a walk around Gorey with Arthur Lamy.
  • Also Friday's from 0930GMT Arthur Lamy is taking people are Trinity on an Ale Trail.
  • Every Sunday until September the Jersey Kart and Motor Club will be racing on the North Coast Track at Sorel Point in St John. Entry is free.

Art and Culture

John Beatty is a widely acclaimed nature, travel and adventure photographer. His images have appeared on the front page of The Times and National Geographic.

Wild Vision will give audiences the opportunity to experience the beauty and frability of our most remote landscapes.

Tickets are £13 on Saturday 12 February from 2000GMT at the Jersey Arts Centre.

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  • The Jersey Textile Showcase is taking place from 7-13 March from 0930GMT to 1730GMT at the Harbour Gallery in St Aubin.
  • The Jersey Film Society are screening The Secret in Their Eyes at the Jersey Arts Centre on Monday 28 February from 2000GMT.

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