Tom Jackson has amassed a vast collection of British postcards from the past 75 years. These faded images are poignant, cryptic and often hilarious relics of lost times and forgotten holidays. In his illustrated talk, he will take us through a selection of his favourite messages. They’ll reflect the charm, eccentricity and humour of British domestic life on tour.
`A hilarious and occasionally disturbing look at how the British remain resolutely small-minded wherever they go’ Charlie Higson
`Six by four inch portions of pure heaven’ Rachel Johnson
`Somehow both poignant and deeply creepy’ Samira Ahmed
`One of Twitter’s most nourishing concepts – each one arriving like a bonsai Alan Bennett play’ Danny Baker `Beautiful. Inspiring. Educational. Hilarious’ Emma Freud
November 26th: 7:30 at Hungerford Hub (Library). Tickets £6. Book on-line.