We’re so happy to announce that Jacksons Lane have joined the UK SAYS NO MORE campaign as a partner in the arts! Find out about the multitude of creative outlets Jacksons Lane work across, including their Women Rise project, empowering women in Haringey with a range of events designed to increase confidence as well as debate and learn about the issue of safety.

Jacksons Lane Join UK SAYS NO MORE as a Partner in the Arts!

Women Rise

The Jacksons Lane project is giving women in Haringey increased confidence.

Women Rise is a community project that gives local women the chance to debate and learn about the issue of safety of women in Haringey through exciting Women Rise events involving actors, theatre and debate.

Local service providers for women have also been getting involved  promoting their projects and services. The free events with a women only audience are happening up until December 2016 in various locations in Haringey. So far this has included the Triangle Centre in Seven Sisters and Fusion Gym in Tottenham. These events although addressing a serious issue are welcoming, engaging, interactive and  explore positive solutions to barriers women are facing in society in an entertaining performance.

Events have been followed by a series of 6 women only self-defence workshops taking place throughout Haringey. The best news is this is all FREE!

The next Women Rise event is:

Venue: Somerford Grove Adventure Playground, Park Lane Close, Northumberland Park, N17 0HL
Date: 25th November 2016
Times: 12pm & 3.30pm
(please specify which timeslot you would like to book in for)

The next course of FREE self-defence is:

Venue: Somerford Grove Adventure Playground, Park Lane Close, Northumberland Park, N17 0HL
Start Date: Weds 11th January 2017
End Date: Weds 15th Feb 2017
Times: 12pm-1pm

Women Rise will be empowering and fun. Join in!

Contact: participation@jacksonslane.org.uk or call 020 8347 2411.




Jacksons Lane Join UK SAYS NO MORE As a Partner in the Arts!

About Jacksons Lane

Jacksons Lane is a multi-arts venue in Highgate North London. Housed in a striking red-bricked gothic church conversion, the building is home to a 160 capacity theatre, a large scale dance and rehearsal studio a cafe and bar and four other multi-purpose spaces.

The venue has a rich history of innovative work including a wealth of experimental visual theatre companies, as well as a strong history in contemporary dance and circus.

Jacksons Lane’s artistic vision is in the support of emerging and established artists working within the fields of contemporary circus and performance, and the production and presentation of exciting and innovative work. As such it is one of the UK’s leading producers of new small-mid scale circus, working across a range of strategic partnerships.

Jacksons Lane supports some 20 companies and artists every year, and offers valuable resources in the form of mentoring, technical support, promotion and production. It has a growing roster of Associate Artists who become advocates for ‘North London’s Creative Space’.

The annual Postcards Festival runs each Summer and showcases an exciting range of circus, cabaret and extraordinary performance, including shorts, solo work and new commissions. The building offers a range of spaces to facilitate the diverse disciplines within circus, whilst the height and depth of the award-winning theatre space offers support to such forms as aerial theatre, German Wheel and acrobatics.

Jacksons Lane’s artistic programme of performance and participation is far-reaching, inclusive and accessible whilst constantly seeking to develop, grow and break new ground.

Visit the Jacksons Lane website to find out more about what they do.

Interested in becoming a partner of UK SAYS NO MORE?

Please get in touch with Lyndsey Dearlove, Violence Against Women and Girls (VAWG) Partnership Manager at Hestia.

You can contact Lyndsey by email at Lyndsey.Dearlove@hestia.org or by phone at 020 7378 3170.

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