Slice and Dice

SLICE N’ DICE | 7:30pm | £6 (ticket price includes 2 slices of pizza) 

31 January | 24 February | March 23 2020

A monthly gaming night held in conjunction with Heroes comic book store.  Take part in an evening of card, board and video gaming and enjoy two slices of pizza. With a variety of tournaments being held with great prizes to be won this is not a night to be missed.

Visit www.facebook.com/sliceanddiceQA for more details or to register for tournaments.

Blues Night

 16 December & 16 March 2020 | 7.30pm | FREE

Enjoy a chilled out Blues jam sessions in the cafe. Everything supplied – except you!

Folk at the Quay

 15 March  | 19 April | 17 May | 21 June | 7.30pm | FREE

The best in folk music on the island on the third Sunday of each month, with several floor spots sandwiched between two showcase performances. Please see Facebook for details: www.facebook.com/quayfolkclub

Jazz Jam

JAZZ JAM | 7:30pm | FREE ENTRY 

 9 March | 13 April | 11 May | 8 June 

A monthly showcase of the best local talents hosted by the world class Jim Thorn Trio.

Irish Sessions

Irish Sessions  15 December | 5 January | 1 Mar  | 1pm | FREE

Come along, drag your friends with you, have a play or just sit and listen. Great craic and great company.

Irish Sessions

Irish Sessions

1 March| 5 April | 3 May | 21 June | 1pm | FREE

Relax and enjoy Sunday afternoons in the cafe with some live music.  Come along, drag your friends with you, have a play or just sit and listen. Great craic and great company.

Mountbatten Hospice Exhibition

Saturday 21 Dec – Saturday 1 Feb

Mountbatten Hospice Exhibition featuring work created by patients reflecting on Island culture and memory, developed as a response to the Lift The Lid project’s Newport Pan commission.

What is Lift the Lid?
Lift the Lid on Island Culture is a 2 year project focused on four brand new art commissions, the aim being to reignite a sense of pride and passion in the cultural heritage of the Isle of Wight. The project, led by the IW Cultural Education Partnership, involved schools, artists, community groups, arts and heritage organisations, with local community workshops and school sessions.