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Creative Spaces event programme

​About the programme

Creative Spaces is a programme of free events taking place in beautiful, historic, unusual, overlooked, or quirky spaces in Jersey.

The programme is delivered by the Creative Island Partnership. It aims to give a boost to the public arts and music scene after the COVID-19 pandemic and broaden the public imagination around how spaces can incorporate the arts.

Creative Spaces has around 50 events providing a variety of music, dance and film screenings. It also offers opportunities to discuss careers in arts in Jersey.


Further events will be added each week.

September 2022

Wednesday 28 September7pm to 9.30pm
Channel Islands Liquor Co
Songwriters Society Open Mic
Anyone can come and share music but it's all original!
​Thursday 29 September
​7.30pm to 9.30pm
​The Harbour Gallery, St Aubin

Jazz music in all its diversity! An evening with Adria Godfrey and special guest Adam King, accompanied by Tim Horsfall. 

Book free tickets on Eventbrite

November 2022

​Tuesday 15 November
​7pm to 9pm
​Town Hall
Film: Olga (2021): the story of a 15-year-old Ukrainian gymnast exiled in Switzerland, who is working to secure a place at the country's National Sports Centre. When the Euromaiden revolt breaks out in the country, anxieties rise as her family gets involved.
​Tuesday 22 November
​7pm to 9pm
​Town Hall
Film: Soylent Green (15+) (1973). Overcrowding, pollution, and resource depletion have reduced society's leaders to finding food for the teeming masses. The answer is Soylent Green - an artificial nourishment sold by a major corporation that much of the population are completely dependent on.
​Tuesday 29 November
​7pm to 9pm
​Town Hall
Film: Nausicaa of the Valley of the Wind (1984): a thousand years after the Seven Days of Fire destroyed civilization, warring human factions survive in a world devastated by atmospheric poisons and swarming with gigantic insects.

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