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Episode 24 - Jakki Moore of the Beggars Theatre

Season 1, Ep. 24

As the 2023 Camden Fringe draws ever closer and we become ever more sleepless, we have a lovely chat with Jakki Moore about her varied career in the arts - she's been a tour manager, an agent, a writer, director and is currently running a venue, acting and running a youth theatre group. Her venue is the Beggars Theatre in Millom, where she originated from Jakki has plenty of careers ideas and advice on how to approach venues and get your show on the road.

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