Wednesday, September 12, 2007

A Missive From Across The Pond

What do you know? It's a missle of a missive from across the pond, what's new Guy? Tell us how you do...

Hello everyone, hope you’re well! Got a brand new all-original, not-for-kids storytelling CD, Live at Pete’s, just come available in the ‘shop’ at

Got some new experiments in moviemaking for you to see at

And then the two sections pasted below are blurbs for an upcoming new radio show and an upcoming outstanding gig. You have to be in London for the gig, of course, but not for the radio show…

Thanks so much for your time and consideration!
Guy J.

Beginning Oct 3rd, 2007, at 7PM and running every Wednesday for six weeks, Resonance Radio will host "Parlour Games" with Nathan Penlington and Guy J. Jackson, two local stars of the London spoken-word scene. Nathan will be bringing his magic and poetry and Guy will be bringing his storytelling and the two will not only perform their own selves, but as well trot out guest stars of music, spoken word, comedy, and magic. Of course the guest stars will also be allowed to perform, but only after being subjected to Nathan and Guy’s surrealist games, magic and mind tricks, and dada interviews. Once again, that’s October 3rd through November 7th, Wednesdays, 7 PM to 8 PM, on Resonance Radio, 104.4 FM, or online at

“Jam Sandwich” at The Premises Studios, 201-209 Hackney Road, London, E2 8JL, 8pm doors / 8.30pm show. Cost:£3 The Premises is the first solar powered recording studio in Europe, and has a client list that includes Artic Monkeys, Babyshambles, Amy Winehouse, Courtney Pine, and Gwyneth Hebert, to name but a few.

Tonight it hosts a specially organised poetry/ music jam. Expect some famous faces from both worlds, joining forces to create new word and soundscapes. Featured performers include Martin White, Andrew Bailey, Mr Solo, Charly Flynn, Rhian Edwards, Gavin Osborne, Guy J. Jackson, Tamsin Kendrick, Zashiki Warashi, Nathan Penlington and Gwyneth Herbert. Places limited, so booking recommended – contact Festival Box Office: / Tel 07792 347 4196. Limited tickets available on the door. Time: Doors 8pm, show starts 8.30pm. Full information about all Write to Ignite events can be found on our website:



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