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the greenhouse exhibition
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Guernsey Street Jam 2018

10 November 2018 - 10 November 2018
The Gsy Street Jam 2018 will be Saturday 10th November at Les Beaucamps High School. Times tbc depending on number of entries. from Avril Earl

Jazz Supper with Elastic Band

17 November 2018 - 17 November 2018
Jazz Supper with the Elastic Band in the St Stephen's Community centre. Fund raising for the Tree of Jesse Window Appeal

Havoc Metal Night

17 November 2018 - 17 November 2018
Havoc's back and it's going to be heavy. WaterColour Matchbox From Darkness Gentle Suburban Boys Granite Wolf Of Abscess and Amputation The Fermain Tavern. Doors open 7pm, £5 entry. 18+ (ID on the door)

Open Mic Poetry

19 November 2018 - 19 November 2018
Poetry at Les Douvres. If you would like to read/recite/perform simply sign up on the night. The theme for the night is 'connections' and there will be live music.

Clameur Du Cinema: The Rider

28 November 2018 - 28 November 2018
Written and directed by Chloé Zhao, The Rider, based on the real experiences of it's main cast, tells the story of a young cowboy's search for new identity and what it means to be a man in the heartland of America after a traumatic head injury. "Movies that blend real life and fiction usually foreground the docu-style realism, using the poetry as grace notes or punctuation. Zhao privileges both, and in so doing creates a work of heartbreaking beauty." - Bilge Ebiri, Village Voice Suitable for ages 15+

Clameur Du Cinema: The Rider

28 November 2018 - 28 November 2018
Written and directed by Chloé Zhao, The Rider, based on the real experiences of it's main cast, tells the story of a young cowboy's search for new identity and what it means to be a man in the heartland of America after a traumatic head injury. "Movies that blend real life and fiction usually foreground the docu-style realism, using the poetry as grace notes or punctuation. Zhao privileges both, and in so doing creates a work of heartbreaking beauty." - Bilge Ebiri, Village Voice Suitable for ages 15+