Ends - 31/12/2013
An exhibition called The Queen by Chris Levine. Well known in England for his striking holographic portraits and abstractions, in 2004 Chris Levine was commissioned to make a portrait of the Queen as part of Jersey's celebrations of it's 800-year old relationship with the monarchy. The resulting pictures – both traditional and lenticular - have revolutionized the art of royal portraiture taking it into a visual, technological, and psychological realm never before attempted. The Queen by Chris Levine is a display of some of those images and 3-D data sets of Her Majesty
15 metre high bonfire, music, a food village, beer tent, face painters and street performers. Tickets can be purchased in advance. Bonfire lighting at 18:30. Fireworks at 20:00. Entertainment will continue until 22:30. Tickets available from Jersey Tourism, Liberation Place, The Esplanade, St Helier. Cash or cheques only (cheques over £10) made payable to SOJDC.
It’s beginning to look a lot like Christmas... especially in St Helier’s historic Royal Square. Beneath the twinkling lights of the chestnut trees, warm your hands around a cup of steaming hot chocolate or mulled cider as La Fête dé Noué gets underway today with a market packed with crafts, decorations and tasty treats. There’s street theatre and entertainment for all to enjoy too, so where better to get into the spirit of the season than here.