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Annual General Meeting

Below are the Audited Financial Statements for 2019, adopted by the Membership at the AGM on 9 September 2020, and the 2019 Annual Report:


DID YOU KNOW? that in 2019 Jersey Arts Centre presented:


  • 232 ticketed performances with 25,242 attendances
  • 14 exhibitions in the Berni Gallery
  • 12 exhibitions in the Bar Gallery
  • 24 public courses and workshops with 154 participants
  • 10 workshops in 9 schools for Holocaust Memorial Day with 241 attendances
  • 10 workshops in 5 schools for ‘Magpies & Mischief’ with 243 attendances
  • 37 Arts in Health Care Trust concerts across 29 of the Island’s care settings
  • 2 youtheatre productions: ‘Kes’ + ‘Start Swimming’
  • The hosting of 16 students from St. Helier’s twin town of Bad Wurzach with our youtheatre
  • 2 ACT projects: ‘As the Actress said to the Bishop!’ + ‘Anthology’
  • 1 Junior Drama project: ‘The Art of War’ by Sun Tzu
  • The delivery of our 4th Brighter Futures project: ‘no place like’
  • 3 Residencies: ‘Magpies & Mischief’ + ‘The Boiling Sea’ + ‘Happy Hour’
  • Our 17th consecutive year of readings with the youtheatre at Holocaust Memorial Day
  • Readings at the Former Internees 74th Liberation Day anniversary at the War Tunnels
  • Readings at the unveiling of the Deportees Plaque at Albert Quay on 16 September
  • The 6th Polish Film Festival
  • The 15th Human Rights Festival
  • The afternoon celebrations on Liberation Day with 51 local musicians
  • The hosting of 13th Parish Festival over 3 days with 12 screenings and 447 attendances
  • The hosting of 5th Jersey Festival of Words over 2 days with 14 events and 1,142 attendances
  • The hosting of 7 Project Trident students and 1 intern from France
  • Our 4th Christmas production: our own adaptation of ‘A Christmas Carol’ by Charles Dickens with 3,079 attendances over 18 performances and 622 attendances at 24 primary school workshops


That’s over 380 events throughout 2019 with 27,000+ participants!



The 2021 Annual General Meeting is currently scheduled for:

Wednesday 26 May 2021 in the Benjamin Meaker Theatre: 6pm – 7.30pm