London Post Club

The Inaugural Meeting of the London Post Club.

The Inaugural Meeting of the London Post Club.London's Retouchers and Digital artists are gathering for the first time to build their own community of practice.

This is an opportunity to connect with other professional artists and practitioners behind the stunning visuals that captivate, inspire, and inform us every day

Be part of this exciting event where you can:

-Meet with your contemporaries in the field.

-Share your expertise and learn from others.

-Hear Ideas about the industry and its future

Celebrate the artistry that shapes the visual landscape around us.

The London Post Club welcomes professionals to join to build a vibrant community that enhances our craft and fosters growth and connects us.

Don't forget, you can kick start your evening with an ice-cold beer or a cheeky cocktail with our 2-4-1 HAPPY HOUR OFFER, available from 5pm to 8pm. Just show scan your BOXPARK Black Card at the bar to redeem.

Please note: free ticket registration does not guarantee entry. We will be operating on a first-come-first-served policy so please arrive early to avoid disappointment.

This is an 18+ event - physical ID required for entry.

Last entry is 9pm. No re-entry once you leave the premises.


No ID, no entry: Valid passport or driving licence only. No paper or picture of ID will be accepted.

Intoxication & Safety: Under the Licensing Act 2003 it is an offence to allow any persons who are deemed intoxicated to remain on the premises. This will be determined by the venue and door staff. As a venue we reserve the right to refuse entry to anyone deemed intoxicated.

Search Policy: BOXPARK operates a search policy as part of entry conditions. This includes physical search and/or bag search. Customers have the right to refuse any searches, however as a condition of entry the customer will be denied entry.

Drugs & Violence: BOXPARK has a zero tolerance on drugs & violence. If drugs are found they will be confiscated, removed from the premises and reported to the police. Customers who pose any danger or violence will be ejected and reported to the police if necessary.