If this week has been 'dragging', you can celebrate the weekend with a Greatest Hits-themed drag and cabaret show on Saturday night, but just make sure you don't have too much fun if you're planning to take on the Hospice Half Marathon bright and early on Sunday morning...
Every weekend, Express presents a selection of exhibitions, performances, workshops, events and other historic, creative and delicious content to help islanders get their weekly dose of culture.
Here's this week's offering...
Flair Entertainment's drag and cabaret show is back for the second time of 2023, with a night of live performances and a sprinkling of audience participation.
The theme is 'greatest hits' so attendees can expect some bigger and better performances of serious lip-sync, live vocals, slaying dance breaks, death drops, and of course the most stunning outfits.
The show is taking place at Chambers on Saturday 25 March, with tickets available via Eventbrite.
This weekend is your last chance to visit the Trinity Buoy Wharf Drawing Prize, the UK's most celebrated drawing exhibition, which finishes in Jersey on Sunday 26 March.
Located at Capital House, this exhibition reflects a broad scope of outstanding contemporary drawing practice from across the world. Showcasing over 120 shortlisted artworks from the 2022 competition, the breadth of work on offer promises to create a spectacularly diverse display.
Alongside the exhibition, ArtHouse Jersey will be running a programme of talks, workshops and events.
Further details and a full programme of events can be found here.
The Hospice 2 Hospice Half Marathon is taking place this Sunday 26 March.
Stationed across the island in St Ouen and St Helier, participants have to run from one Hospice to to other.
This distance is around 13.1miles through the green lanes of St Ouen, St Mary, and St John, to the finishing point in the Hospice car park on Mont Cochon in St Helier.
The registration fee is £27.50 for individuals, £45.00 for two-person relay team, and £68 for a four-person relay team. Online sales close the day before the race.
You can sign up online.
Taking place this Saturday, the St Ouen Crafts Market will contain a collection of different gifts, and arts and crafts suitable for any budget, as well as hot food, drinks, and cake.
For more information, or to book your stall, you can email: firstname.lastname@example.org.
Guernsey Arts will be running a digital-only art programme to run alongside the Island Games, with entries now open to people from all the participating islands.
The Islands Digital Arts Open is asking artists from Bermuda to Jersey to submit work with the theme of ‘islands’, which can be existing pieces or an original creation.
Submissions should explore the significance of an individuals’ island home, be it a dramatic viewpoint, an iconic landmark, emotive building, or an interpretation of a historic moment. These could include a photograph, short film, an animation, digital art, or high-resolution scan of physical work.
A chosen piece from each of the 24 islands will be replicated and exhibited in the George Crossan Gallery in the Market Buildings and showcased digitally on screens at various sporting venues in July.
Entries can be submitted online HERE until April 30.
ArtHouse Jersey is hosting the world premiere of a new photographic exhibition ‘Cambion’ by Ryan Skelton at Capital House next month.
Launching on Thursday 6 April 2023, the exhibition will run until Sunday 7 May 2023.
Ryan Skelton is an emerging British artist who has already gained widespread critical recognition. Shot on analogue film, this exhibition will be a world premiere of this body of work, which has been in the making for over five years.
On the morning of Saturday 8 April, there will also be an artist Q&A where Ryan Skelton talks with ArtHouse Jersey Director Tom Dingle, exploring the processes and inspirations behind Ryan Skelton’s new exhibition 'Cambion'.
Free to attend, people can book their place via ArtHouse Jersey’s Eventbrite page.
The Société Jersiaise aims to produce and facilitate research of the island’s history, culture, language and environment; and to share this knowledge through education and publication.
Every Wednesday from the 15 March to the 3 May 2023, Société Jersiaise's Lunchtime Talks will be available for all to visit at Pier Road, St Helier in the Members' Room between 13:00-14:00, free of charge.
For more details visit the Société Jersiaise's Eventbrite page.
The charity Liberate is celebrating LGBTQ+ history month with a writing competition challenging entrants to write over 1,000 words with an LGBTQ+ theme.
There are categories for both over and under 18s, and entries are due in on the 16 April.
Announced in May, the winners will receive £100 Amazon voucher prizes.
Find out more here.
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