Juliet Jacques at Talk of the Town

Stella Katsardi London Center Coordinator


March 14, 2022

The first Talk of the Town for this semester is here and promises to be a thought-provoking night with a distinguished guest! Juliet Jacques is a well-known award-winning writer, journalist, filmmaker, radio producer, and LGBTQ+ activist based in London. 

Her journalist career relates to literature, film, politics, art, gender, sexuality, and football. Her work has appeared in many well-established newspapers all around the world, with some examples being the Guardian, New York Times, Washington Post, and others. She has published three books, including Trans: A Memoir (Verso, 2015) and a short story collection, Variations (Influx Press, 2021). Her essays, criticism, and journalism have appeared in many publications, from The London Review of Books to Tribune. She has been recognized as one of the most influential LGBTQ+ people and as one of ten British LGBTQ+ writers for an International Literary Showcase

She has also directed and produced short films and documentaries, co-written and acted in films that have screened in galleries and festivals worldwide. Her incredible career does not stop there. Juliet is the founder and presenter of Resonance FM, an innovative and revolutionary radio station that hosts artists, makers, and experts with more than 100 broadcast series. She also teaches at the Royal College of Art and elsewhere.

To learn more about our guest, you can also visit her website

Join Juliet on the 21st of March from 18:15 to 19:45 and enjoy a free pint with the rest of the Arcadia Abroad students, at Arcadia's Talk of the Town! The event will be hosted at an old-fashioned renowned British pub- King and Queen Pub 1 Foley St. Fitzrovia W1W 6DL - giving you the chance to taste a variety of beers. 

To attend, please follow the link and fill out the form you will find attached in the email that is sent to you!