As an experienced facilitator Jack has lead workshops in a range of contexts for diverse groups of participants and is often sought out for his ability to work confidently across art forms. Dedicated to nurturing creativity and collaboration among participants, Jack is a firm believer in the merits of creative self expression as a means to tackle some of the most difficult issues affecting people today. As well as being a tutor for community music company Drum Works, where he leads a music project at the Garden School for children with autism, Jack is also a visiting lecturer at Guildhall and has been invited to join panels and give talks about his work by Comic Relief and the Sunday Assembly. 

“Barbican Guildhall Creative Learning has been working with Jack since 2017 and his approach to his own art, collaboration and teaching is always thoughtfully presented and professional. He puts the participants at the centre of his work as a facilitator, but also knows that other stakeholders are to be listened to as well.  I really enjoy working with him, as he brings fresh, original and relevant ideas to the work he creates with us.”  - Anna Wilson, Creative Learning Producer (Music & Cross Arts), Barbican Guildhall, 2019


Selected clients:

Barbican Centre, Comic Relief, South West Music, Guildhall School of Music & Drama, Chase Farm Hospital, Union Chapel.

To book Jack to teach a workshop or speak at an event please contact him via email:

Jack Miguel 

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