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Thu 18th Apr at 7:00pm - 8:00pm

Postal Mischief

@ The British Postal Museum & Archive, London

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Postal Mischief

David Bramwell presents a slide-show talk on the history of postal mischief and its key players, including the 'King of Mail Art' Ray Johnson, Victorian prankster Reginald Bray and musician Genesis P.Orridge, who inadvertently changed the postal laws (owing to the 'colourful' nature of his homemade postcards). David will also be sharing his own exploits in mail art and hoping to inspire audience members to 'post a flip-flop to someone you love.'

David is a writer and performer, has won a Sony Award for his work on Radio 3, and spoken at TED, Idler Academy and Alain de Botton's School of Life. He runs the Catalyst Club in Brighton where everyday people talk about their passions in front of a live audience.

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Venue Facts

Venue: The British Postal Museum & Archive


Address:
Freeling House
Phoenix Place

London
WC1X 0DL 51.524261, -0.113900

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Website: postalheritage.org.uk

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Enquiries: 02072392570


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