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Encore JADC – A Trio of One-Act​ Plays

The JADC have been back in action this week in The Studio at Jersey's Opera House.  This time without a full-blown orchestra and without a full ensemble.  Just a few props, in an intimate setting and some of the stalwarts of the club acting alongside some of its newer members.

The Piano Brothers Live @ Institut Français du Royaume-Uni 02/04/2017

The Piano Brothers ... the official closing act of the 2017 All About Piano! festival ... 8pm on Sunday 2 April at the Institut français, London. A very fitting finale. https://www.facebook.com/ThePianoBrosMain/videos/vb.845978862086265/1842602875757187/?type=2&theater

Lacking a bit of va va voom this morning? This should get you going …

The Piano Brothers perform Coldplay's Viva la Vida at Kings Place. https://youtu.be/CBGBLnhw3bE

The JADC and Dominic Ferris produce a West End Experience

I frequently wax lyrical about how many incredibly talented people live on the small island of Jersey.  Visitors to the island that were in the audience at the Opera House last night to see the Jersey Amateur Dramatic Club's performance of Boublil and Schonberg's Les Miserables could have been forgiven for thinking they were in... Continue Reading →

Collabro – and then there were four

Don't worry. Social Media maybe awash with crying imojis, but I can assure you there is nothing to worry about. All it means is that the fabulous five have now become the fantastic four as the show goes on with Jamie, Matt, Tom and Michael as a four piece. We all wish Richard well and eagerly await news of his plans.

After the recent news about 22 year old Jersey Boy Jonny Labey landing a part in the EastEnders, I started wondering why the tiny island of Jersey is producing such amazing grown home talent for the both the stage and screen. I believe you are born with talent, but it is the nurturing and encouragement of that particular gift during the formative... Continue Reading →

The West End Experience Comes To Jersey

My Father loved the Musical Theatre and from a very young age my parents took me to the West End shows. By the time I was 10, I was word perfect. I knew all of the songs from The King and I, South Pacific and My Fair Lady. But my first real recollection of the... Continue Reading →

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