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Chance to see Love Island winner Jack in Ipswich this week

PUBLISHED: 14:48 27 August 2018 | UPDATED: 14:52 27 August 2018

Jack Fincham Picture: IAN WEST/PA IMAGES

Jack Fincham Picture: IAN WEST/PA IMAGES

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Fans of Love Island winner Jack Fincham can see him in person this week, when he visits an Ipswich nightspot.

Jack and girlfriend Dani Dyer were the winners of the smash hit ITV show, after capturing the hearts of millions of viewers.

The 26-year-old stationery sales manager will visit Unit 17 nightclub on Thursday, August 30, to host a Love Island winners party, meeting and greeting fans.

The venue will have two rooms open, one playing top disco tracks and the other playing past, present, and RnB music.

Jack’s visit follows an appearance by third-placed contestant Josh Denzel earlier this month.

Earlybird tickets have already sold out, but standard tickets are still available. To find out more and book, visit the Unit 17 Facebook page.

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