Postcards From The Edge

After months of planning and rehearsing, today marks the debut of ‘Postcards From The Edge’ – a new, free, weekly one hour streaming series that i’m hosting. I couldn’t be more excited and proud and I really hope you can join us for the rollercoaster ride ahead. Expect intimate live performances, a host of special guests and lots of stories from far and wide – these are the Postcards From the Edge …. and I want to hear from you!

Joining us tonight is world renowned mentalist and mind magician, Keith Barry, Sarah Monaghan from The Wheel and The Muslim Sisters of Éire Filmed on location at the Malt House venue in Stradbally Co. Laois, I’ll be performing each week with Music Generation’s ReCentering Ensemble members and musical guests, including The X-Collective and Jack Curran.

Featured guests for upcoming episodes include novelist Anna McPartlin alongside musical guests Moving Still (DJ), Dashoda, Leo Hofnug and the Muslim Sisters of Éire, An Gaisce and Men’s Sheds. ‘Postcards From The Edge‘ aims to tell stories from communities & organisations throughout Ireland. PLEASE GET INVOLVED! At the heart of the series is hearing from you – YOUR ‘Postcards From The Edge’.

Tell a story by video, perform a song or perhaps a poem you’ve written or been inspired by, send a request, a picture or just simply say hello from wherever you may be reading this from. Share your dreams, and your stories about the things you’ve experienced, observed or created over the last 18 months. These are YOUR Postcards, and I’ll try to feature them on the show, website or social platforms. Please share them on YOUR social media channels using the hashtag #JackLpostcards OR send me a message to Jack Lukeman’s Facebook, Instagram, Twitter or TikTok.

Thanks to An Post, you can also send me a handwritten postcard, free of charge, using the address: Postcards from the Edge PO Box 13420, FREEPOST FDN7530, Dublin 2 Postcards From The Edge is kindly supported by the Live Performance Support Scheme through the Department of Tourism, Culture, Arts, Gaeltacht, Sport and Media

The programme is produced by the wonderful Another Avenue, Dublin.