Month: July 2012

24 Jul

Coming soon!

jazamin sinclair / exhibitions, liverpool, music, painting, performance, workshops / / 2 Comments
More shameless self-promotion. I am exhibiting and singing at several events over the next month or so and it’s probably easier to post them all in one go rather than to keep trolling everyone with endless facebook/twitter posts. 
I’ll try to keep it brief, but if you know me, you’ll know that once I go off on one that can prove to be difficult, because details are important. And me? I don’t know when to stop.
You get the picture.
Oh and just in case you missed it, I was a Demanding Mime in my previous post (that was fun).

Unplugged Acoustic Music by Jazamin Sinclair

D & N Liverpool

Date: Thursday 26th July, 2012
Venue: D&N Bar, 54 St James St, Liverpool, L1 0AB
Time: 19:30 onwards
Cost: Free!

I will be singing and playing my guitar for two unplugged sets. This bar has only just opened! They could really do with your support, in fact so could I if I’m honest, so come along. It’ll be fun!

Threshold Summer Fun(d) Raiser

Threshold Fun(d) Raiser

Date: Saturday 28th July, 2012
Venue: Camp & Furnace, 67 Greenland Street, Liverpool, L1 0BY
Time: Whole Event: 14:00 – 23:00
Cost: Suggested donation £3.00 (All proceeds go to Threshold Festival 2013)

Art & Craft Workshops: 14:00 – 15:50
The Littlepool Art Prize (Kiddies Art Comp) judged by Robyn Woolston (Liverpool Art Prize Winner 2012) will take place from 2:00pm onwards so bring your children along! I will be helping to facilitate art workshops and Becky Crizzo from Craft Creative Events Ltd will be doing craft workshops. The children can also bring along artwork they have created previously to be entered into the competition! We will provide old T-shirts to protect your children’s clothes but please don’t let them wear anything too fancy in case they get paint/glitter on it!

Acoustic Set by Jazamin: 16:10 – 16:40
Twenty minutes later I will be singing a mixture of covers as well a few of my own songs for your listening pleasure, so come and join me!

The whole event is even listed in The Liverpool Daily Post as their No.1 event of 50 fun things to do this summer. (Have I sold it to you yet? Good see you there!)

Here’s a bit more information about the Festival directly from Threshold themselves: 

“Threshold Summer Fun(d)raiser is a One Day Mini-Festival full of fun packed activities & more music than you can shake a stick at (believe us, we’ve tried).

“Don your best summer hat & come down to the already iconic Camp & Furnace to support your local world class multi-arts festival.

“With just under a week to go until Saturday’s Threshold Summer Fun(d) Raiser at Camp & Furnace, we can reveal some amazing raffle prizes donated by local businesses & organisations. Prizes include: Loads of Threshold merchandise & tickets for next year’s festival in March, a Sunday roast for four from Camp & Furnace, a meal for 2 plus a bottle of wine from Mello Mello, a £50 voucher for Pillbox Vintage, £40 meal voucher from What’s Cooking, photography lessons & photoshoots with styling,  single malt whiskey,  Tickets for Comedy Central at Baby Blue, stay at Hotel Indigo, Liverpool Craft Beers, Vouchers from Pillbox Vintage and Made Here shops, dance lessons, singing lessons, original artwork from Jazamin Sinclair (also an exciting addition to the live music line-up), original prints, books, musician’s workshops & Lego a plenty (see full raffle prizes details below).

“If a whole host of music & fun in the Baltic Love Triangle wasn’t enough, Threshold will also be programming a whole afternoon of great bands at the Open Culture bandstand in Williamson Square in front of the iconic Playhouse Theatre.

“On the line-up from 12pm to 5pm will be Spanish funk outfit Ponteforte, the gravelly dulcet tones of Dave O’Grady, the quirsksters themselves The Science of The Lamps, the unstoppable Bolshy & the man with a talent that truly belies his years Dominic Dunn, acoustic duo Crash Amber’s Party & the a-capella stylings of jazz choir Indigo Vibe. With a headline set from the epic outfit The Fifth Movement, there is plenty in store for a perfect summer’s afternoon.

“Also with musical offerings to entertain the most hard to please from the beastly We the Undersigned, funksters 69 Watts, punksters The Thespians, hipsters Triphazard, just plain fabulous Thom Morecroft, anthemic Silent Cities, groovy Audio Voyeur, heavy DJ Monkey, quirky Jazamin Sinclair, and the opportunity to join in and do the Folk-e-oke with ‘62 Pieces of Lego.’

“The Littlepool Art Prize (Kiddies Art Comp) judged by Robyn Woolston (Liverpool Art Prize Winner 2012) / Pillbox Vintage Pop Up / Vintage Clothing / Swap Shop / Raffles, Prizes & Giveaways / Kids Craft Activities / Live Art / Yarn bombing / Have-a-Go Dj Tasters with CMWMSMDM / Folky-oke / LEGO / Great Food / Craft Beers / Quizzy Rascals / Retro Gaming.

“Threshold never were one to do things by halves.

“Hosted by Cheeky Monkey & Sly Lox.”

Acoustic Music from Steve Hardaker / Jazamin Sinclair

Woodwards Wine Bar

Date: Sunday 29th July, 2012
Venue: Woodwards Wine Bar16 Chapel Lane, Formby, L37 4DU
Time: 21:00 onwards
Cost: Free!

Steve Hardaker will be on at 9:00pm & I will be singing and playing my guitar from 10:00pm. If you are nearby or live in the area the please do come along – it’s a great little venue!

Exhibition Road Show: Olympianist + Sense Of Sound Singers + RCM Brass Quintet

Sense of Sound Singers

Date: Monday 30th July, 2012
Venue: Exhibition Road, London, SW7 2DD
Time: 7pm onwards
Cost: Free!

I will be singing with Sense of Sound Singers Follow the above links to the Time Out listings for more information & come along if you can find us!

Alicia’s Attic

Alicia's Attic

Date: Wednesday 8th August, 2012
Venue: The Attic33-45 Parr St, Liverpool, L1 4JN
Time: 21:00 onwards
Cost: Free!

“Another night of frolics @ The Attic, 33-45 Parr Street

“More gorgeous people making music and hopefully lots of love!!!

“Andy Cowan
Les Glover
Jazamin Sinclair
Anthony ‘Ant’ Foster
Gary Maginnis
Laura & Claire
The D-Tales

“Come join D-Star* and friends for a night of musical debauchery … the after party is a must!”

Painting Exhibition

Painting Exhibition

Date: Ongoing until Sunday 12th August, 2012
Venue: The Egg, 16-18 Newington, Liverpool, L1 4ED
Time: Cafe open Mon-Fri 9:00 – 22:30 / Sat-Sun 10:00 – 22:30
Cost: Free!

An exhibition of work by artists who specialise in painting, curated by HeadSpace.

The full list of participating artists is as follows: Lauren Anthony; Jack Brown; Gordon Clegg; D Corlett; Cosmic; Sue Curwen Gordon; Mikey Gannon; Gareth Halsall; Sid Jarrett; Simon Kennedy; Karen King; Stanislaw Jan Krakiewicz; Ruth Massarano Rawson; Meesh; Rachel Ogden; AE Ritchie; Jonny Seven; Katie Sharrock; Jazamin Sinclair; & ZephyrBaby.

Image: ‘E18HTEEN HEARTS’ courtesy of Mikey Gannon.

Textiles & Mixed media Exhibition

Sue Hotchkis: 'Drift' detail...

Date: Friday 17th August – Sunday 9th September, 2012 (Private View: Thursday 16th August, 2012)
Venue: The Egg, 16-18 Newington, Liverpool, L1 4ED
Time: Cafe open Mon-Fri 9:00 – 22:30 / Sat-Sun 10:00 – 22:30
Cost: Free!

An exhibition of work by artists who specialise in textiles and mixed media, curated by HeadSpace.

The full list of participating artists is to be announced. You too can take part in this exhibition if you want to! Please click here to find out how!

Image: ‘Drift’ (Detail) courtesy of Sue Hotchkis.

Liverpool Acoustic: Fringe Festival Afternoon Stage

Liverpool Acoustic

Date: Sunday 26th August, 2012
Venue: Studio 233-45 Parr St, Liverpool, L1 4JN
Time: 13:00 – 16:00 onwards

I will be singing & playing guitar at 3:00pm as part of the Fringe Festival Afternoon Stage. More details to follow.

That’s all for now, there’s more coming up (there always is isn’t there, I hear you cry) but that’ll do for this post. I did say I’d try to keep it brief. And I didn’t do that did I?
So yeh. If you got this far, you’re a better person than me. I’d have stopped reading a long time ago & cried out: “SKIP TO THE END”.  Anyone else ever see that episode of Spaced where Tim says that to Daisy? I did try to find it on YouTube but it but it wasn’t there. Yeh. It probably really is time to stop now and maybe practise for some of my gigs or something.
22 Jul

DEMANDING MIME – #rewritingtuebrook

jazamin sinclair / liverpool, performance, writing / / 3 Comments

Today I took to the streets of Tuebrook as a demanding mime as part of Tuebrook Transnational’s latest project Re-Writing Tuebrook – The Word on the Street.


And here is a picture of me doing just that…



With me, I had a balloon on very long string attached to my wrist, and a sign that read:


i am a demanding mime.
i exist on the demanding streets of tuebrook.
tell me how you feel about tuebrook.
use the magnets to create your answer.
then pose for me to take your photograph.


Here are pictures from the day as well as responses that people made to my demands:



Tuebrook Transnational are a group of local theatre makers, artists, writers and producers who collaborate with other local residents to create and produce inclusive cultural events on the streets of Tuebrook.