Jacqueline has over twenty years experience as a writer, performer and story consultant. She has written many books, screen and stage plays and has worked with thousands of people to help them tell their stories; from prison inmates to Hollywood producers! In addition to gaining a BA Oxon in English Literature and an MA in Scriptwriting, Jacqueline trained extensively in self development and shamanic healing.
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TRANSFORM STORY MAGIC brings together Jacqueline's career in writing with her passion for magic and healing. In her inspirational workshops, she has catalysed and witnessed profound breakthroughs that anybody can have when they unleash their creativity. She truly believes that writing is a magical act and when we free our stories, we free ourselves.
JACQUELINE THE AUTHOR
Jacqueline has developed, edited and written several books for The London Ghostwriting Company, including Misadventures In Mature Dating, currently available on Amazon, and Secrets of a Surrey Brothel.
JACQUELINE THE SCREENWRITER/DIRECTOR
The Elder, the short film Jacqueline wrote/directed, premiered at the Monaco International Film Festival, winning an acting award for Eve Pearce, and is now licensed to Gaia TV. Other recent projects include co-writing the Gothic psychological thriller Twinge for the Italian producers Panoramic Film.
Property Is Theft, short film co-written with director Nic Alderton as part of The Albion Tales, premiered at Bath Film Festival 2017.
JACQUELINE THE WRITER/PERFORMER
As a performer, Jacqueline worked with the late, great director Ken Campbell, frequently perform comedy and supported Roland Gift (Fine Young Cannibals) with her comedy game show Child of the 80s.
She appeared at the Edinburgh Fringe festival 2018/ 2019 with her self-written, critically-acclaimed, one-woman sitcom
The Goddess Tantric Massage Parlour.
After successful performances at Brighton, Shaftesbury and Edinburgh Fringe Festivals 2019, the show appeared in February 2020 at Leicester Comedy Festival & had a sold out run at the legendary Museum of Comedy in London. Most recently, in summer 2022, she played Morgana and Our Lady in John Constable's Reclaim St George at Glastonbury Abbey.