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About skylarkingzooby

Actor, Artist, Professional Voiceover. Creative person who has coined his process 'Skylarking'.

first Review of #UnbrokenLine


From The PublicReviews.Com “Jamie Zubari holds the audience in this gripping and often laugh out loud funny play” “A true display of what a one man play can be” “An assured performance by a charming and honest performer” “this is … Continue reading

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#unbrokenline discount code


This week, to get £3 off the full price please use zooby3 as the code. It is valid until Sunday and it’s bookable via their website or calling the box office http://www.ovalhouse.com/whatson/detail/unbroken-line

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Announcement for #UnbrokenLine


Last Friday I received confirmation that the Arts Council of England have awarded me a Grant For The Arts in support of Unbroken Line. I received the pack on Friday but wanted to read it carefully over the weekend before … Continue reading

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It’s Not Fair!


(Press play on this first:) For the past 3 and a half months I have been pounding the concrete floor of Tate Modern’s Turbine Hall, along with around 300 other people. According to Nic Serota we had about 1.5 million … Continue reading

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EarlyBird Discount for #UnbrokenLine


Secret Code Revealed! in sensational headline! Ovalhouse have generously made an Earlybird Offer for a limited time: Book before 11th November for Unbroken Line using the code “zooby4” to get £4.00 off the top price (usually £14.00 for top price). … Continue reading

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Boy From Brazil


 Recently I have been working telling passing strangers stories from my life as part of a larger piece of art in London. Sometimes these stories spark conversations with these strangers. This is one such conversation. There are many like it. … Continue reading

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