Sponsor a child to see our Christmas show

Christmas has always been an important moment in the Jacksons Lane calendar, a time where we connect with thousands of people across our local communities through holiday projects, our community Christmas Day event and of course our Christmas family show.  This year we are delighted to be presenting an exciting circus retelling of Jack and the Beanstalk, a show about courage, celebrating our differences and family.

We know what an inspiring and joyful experience a trip to the theatre can be, and we’re keenly aware of the impact that the cost-of-living crisis will be having on many of our community this year.  We’re committed to keeping our prices affordable for our visitors and over 10% of all tickets for Jack and the Beanstalk will be £12 ‘Golden Eggs’.

However, we know that this price is still a barrier for some families and so we will be working with organisations across Haringey to provide free tickets to children and families who might otherwise not be able to attend. We have an ambitious target: 500 tickets, and we know that the need is far greater so we’re asking for your help.  We are launching a pay-it-forward scheme where you can donate towards the cost of an additional ticket when you book for a show at Jacksons Lane.

Here’s how you can help

If you are buying tickets for your own friends and family, or another show at Jacksons Lane, and you’d like to help a child have an incredible and magical Christmas experience, add on a donation for the cost of an additional ticket when you check out, (or follow this link to donate directly). We truly appreciate your support at this important time of year.

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