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Postcards Festival returns to Jacksons Lane

Postcards is back and bigger than ever from Wednesday 11th – Saturday 29th July 2017! This three-week festival of circus, cabaret and extraordinary performance at Jacksons Lane, North London’s creative space, offers twists, turns and just a touch of blasphemy. Now in its seventh year, this unique festival of new work aims to
engage new audiences and highlight the diverse and incredible programme that Jacksons Lane offers year round, from emerging to established performers across a range of genres.

All shows are Pay What You Decide, so audiences can reserve their tickets in advance – totally free – and make a donation of their choice after the performance, either by cash on the door or card at the box office. This is the only London festival where all shows adopt this policy!

All uncollected tickets are released 15 minutes before the performance, so come down, hang out, and take a chance. There’s a pop-up kitchen and a fully-stocked bar featuring craft beer and locally sourced gin. Highlights this year include Two Tongue Theatre’s gender-bending satire, Scandi circus sensation Tanter’s Vixen and Morgan & West’s mind-blowing magic tricks.

Artistic Director, Adrian Berry, comments, “For our 7th year we are delighted to announce the return of Postcards Festival for 2017. It’s the one time of the year that we really get to mix things up – edgy new cabaret, enticing circus and peep shows around the building, a feast of live art fused with hiphop and gospel – 15 nights of the most fun you could possibly have in our capital – and possibly the only festival where the audience chooses how much to pay. How could you refuse?”

See https://www.jacksonslane.org.uk/ for details.

Greg Jameson
Greg Jameson
Book editor, with an interest in cult TV.

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