Theatre and music has always been a huge part of Jacqui's life, having come from an extremely creative family. She is fascinated by many different types of artforms.
Jacqui’s love for theatre started a little later than most, when her mother signed her up to inclusive drama group Halfmoon Young Peoples Theatre, based in Limehouse, when she was 13, to get her out of her introverted shell; and she has never looked back.
Jacqui’s love for music developed from recording the radio onto cassettes when she was really young, to wanting to know everything about how it all worked. Jacqui honestly believes that creativity is a universal language.
Jacqui has many accomplishments to be proud of; firstly her work on two short films A Knife In The Life Of You with Halfmoon and Wheeling Dealing with Minter Tinch. Secondly, being apart of State of The Nation with Theatre Royal Stratford East. Also being an Open Stage Volunteer, as well as a singer in the Stratford East Singers and a poet in Poets Platform.
Jacqui has always enjoyed interests where you can see hard work and perseverance turn into positive results.
For some years her spare time has been to devoted to studying Theatre and Music, and now most of Jacqui’s spare time is devoted to the exploration of theatre, music, song writing, poetry, facilitating, and performing. (And she wouldn’t change it for the world).
When applying herself to something whether it be creative or not, Jacqui does so whole-heartedly with extreme dedication until she has completed her task with excellent attention to detail.
Jacqui enjoys interacting with different people and constantly learning something new. She continuously tries to maintain good working relationships with other artists and performers.
Jacqui like to keep busy and is always looking for new challenges.
Circus music playing, popcorn and candy floss.
An unconventional circus working with a group of poets, beat-boxers, dancers, singers, and musicians. A mix of local artists and performers as well as all over London and the UK.
Starting with workshops to create a new, full, yet unconventional circus, with 15-20 artists and performers ranging in age from 16+.
This circus will be full of jugglers, clowns, a lion tamer, an acrobat, and even a ring master based on the artists and performers personalities and talents.