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New Face At The Opera House

New face at the Opera House

Jersey Opera House has appointed Abi Nance as its Marketing & Sales Manager.  Abi, who will head up the theatre’s Marketing and Box Office Departments, joins the team at a time when the non-profit making organisation is undergoing significant change, following its recent refurbishment programme.

With ten years’ experience in media and marketing both locally and internationally, Abi has worked agency and client side in various industry sectors including leisure, hospitality, finance, sport and law, as well as working in television in the Channel Islands and Europe.

Abi said: ‘It’s an exciting new role with so much scope for improvement and development.  The theatre’s offering is much greater now in terms of its facilities with the rebranded and refurbished OH! Cafébar, the new performance and events studio, and the revamped upper bar. The marketing remit has expanded considerably and my intention is to fulfill the company’s vision of being a quality and diverse arts venue for the island.’

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