Blog Article | 29 July 2016

Jacksons Lane & Keats House: OMG Keats! 16

Jacksons Lane & Keats House: OMG Keats! 16
31 JUL 2016: OMG Keats! 16 Monumental Mash-Up

Come and chill in the relaxed garden setting of Keats House (bring a blanket if you like!) and experience amazing spoken word, poetry, theatre, circus, music, and dance pieces by young artists.

A one-off summer event not to be missed!

​Refreshments will be provided on the day. The event is free but booking is recommended. Tickets can be reserved here via eventbrite.


Keats House
10 Keats Grove
(a short walk from Hampstead Heath Overground station)

This project is funded by the Heritage Lottery Fund, City of London Corporation and a partnership with Keats House.

Jacksons Lane & Keats House: OMG Keats! 16About 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 Women Rise Project

Find out more about Jacksons Lane, an official Partner in the Arts of the UK SAYS NO MORE campaign.

Their projects include Women Rise, an empowering community project for women in Haringey with free events to build confidence, debates and learning about the issue of women’s safety, and lots more.


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