About Us

About Us

Rebecca Stanier

Programme Manager

Rebecca joined the team in 2024. Having moved to London to gain her degree in Musical Theatre, she went on to perform professionally, as well as teaching and managing a children’s performing arts school, before returning to the Island. Rebecca has always loved the arts and is excited to bring her passion for live performance to the role, passing that passion on to the audiences at Jersey Opera House.

Andy Eagle

Interim Theatre Director

Andy has wide experience of the UK arts sector having worked in the not for profit charitable, local government and commercial environments. His last role was as CEO of Chapter in Cardiff where he spent eleven years. Andy has worked on freelance projects including advising the capital redevelopments of Clwb Ifor Bach in Cardiff and the Ucheldre Centre on Anglesey. He was a board member for Arts Council Wales until November 2022 where he chaired the Lottery Capital Committee and previously, he undertook a period of secondment working for the British Council in Belgrade, Serbia.

Jack Tadier


Jack originally worked for the Opera House in 2000 – 2004, and then re-joined in 2012. His main focus in the Theatre is stage management, and Flys. During his time away from the Opera House, Jack worked within the events industry, gaining vast experience in rigging, and AV. Also having touring experience, Jack enjoys the challenges that working in a receiving house brings.

Phill Hogben

General Manager

Phill has been working at Jersey Opera House since 2008, having relocated back to the islands with his family. He has worked in many areas of Accountancy and enjoys the diversity that Jersey Opera House brings to the daily routines that are constantly changing & challenging.  A regular theatre goer with live music and comedy being preferred performances.

Chris Wink

Technical Manager

Chris joined the Jersey Opera House Technical Team in 2003. He started in the industry in 1996 and since then has worked in many prestigious UK venues and on numerous UK tours.  Chris’ primary field of expertise is sound, having penned designs for professional and amateur productions nationwide. In his life BJOH (Before Jersey Opera House!) he also worked as Lighting Technician with companies including Birmingham Royal Ballet and as Rigging Technician on tours such as Rocky Horror.

Zoë Mallet

Marketing and Communications Manager

Zoë has always been drawn to the creative, from acting and dancing at a young age to achieving a BA (hons) Degree in Drama and Theatre Arts specialising in Community Theatre. Zoë originally worked at the Jersey Opera House from 2005-2011, only leaving to grow her family (two babies, 10 months apart!) During her time away she worked as senior marketing officer at The Channel Islands Co-operative Society Ltd with a keen interest in video, wrote scripts and then moved on to the learning disabilities sector where she worked as a healthcare professional and activities coordinator. It just so happened that her change in career path led her right back to the beginning!