Jacqueline Haigh

Jacqueline Haigh

Jacqueline Haigh is a natural born storyteller, who writes for all mediums. She has written and directed short films The Elder and Ex, both premiering at international festivals, and the documentary Do You Come Here Often? a comic look at reincarnation for Channel 4. Feature screenplays include The Glastonbury Grail and Moonspell. She has ghost-written several books, including Misadventures in Mature Dating, now available on Amazon, and Secrets of a Surrey Brothel.

Jacqueline is also a performer, specialising in comedy. She worked extensively with the late, great director Ken Campbell, supported Roland Gift from the Fine Young Cannibals with her comedy game show Child of the 80s, and performs stand up on the London circuit. She is currently touring her one-woman sitcom Goddess, based on her true experiences as a receptionist in a Tantric Massage parlour! (**** The Wee Review).

Jacqueline holds a BA English Literature at University of Oxford and MA Scriptwriting at Goldsmiths, University of London.

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