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Our Rainbow Island

A short film set to a poem written by Alan Solway titled “Our Rainbow Island” and read by Steve Molnar, which tells the story of how the Coronavirus Pandemic affected

Verity Tolcher’s Woven Artwork

  Verity is a designer born and raised in Guernsey. She was awarded a Degree in Product Design at Edinburgh Napier University before completing her Master of Design at Auckland

Liberty Event Poster. Original artwork by Keith Langlois

Liberty!

Thinking On Your Feet in association with Guille-Allés Library Present: Liberty – An Homage to George Orwell Tuesday 21st January 2020 marks the 70th anniversary of the death of George

In Flight

On Sunday 24th November we presented, in association with Sula Gallery, our third annual year end event. This year’s theme was “In Flight” featuring the following: Live music: The Crow

Yvette at The Bush Theatre

by Pearl Esfahani The Bush Theatre, is a venue I often find myself drawn to when wanting to hear a contemporary voice. Next to the vibrant (and thankfully saved from

Arts Sunday – 9th June

Thinking On Your Feet with Arts Sunday on Sunday 9th June present poetry, prose and atmospheric music creating an oasis of calm in the Town Church. Celebrating spoken word and

Olivia Chaney at the Stoller Hall, Manchester, 26th March 2019

Three years after the debut of her first solo album The Longest River on Nonesuch Records, Olivia Chaney has released Shelter which has been reviewed in The Observer as a ‘finely wrought

Don McCullin: The Landscape

Mention the name Don McCullin and instantly you are drawn into the images of war: Cambodia, Cyprus, Biafra, Northern Ireland and, of course, Vietnam that appeared predominately in the Sunday

It Was On A Day Just Like This

Thinking On Your Feet present Tim Slader’s It was on a day just like this at the Guille-Allès Library, Tuesday 7th May, 6:45 for 7 pm. Following on from last

One night the earth erupts – and an island splits apart!

Sam Youd wrote more than half of his 57 published novels while living in Guernsey; and it was the island of Guernsey that specifically inspired both Sarnia(the first of his gothic