......"The exception to this would be Dr N.H. Service herself, played by the obviously talented Jennie Jacobs, who was able to bring depth, humour and nuance to her character despite its blatant intention as an instrument of political opinion and anxiety...."
"...Jennie Jacobs is an absolute hoot, and brings to life so much humour through her facial expressions - and her voice is outstanding."
Let'e Revue...with Jacobs and James, Everything Theatre
...."I couldn't take my eyes off her".
Punter, The Rudy Vees cabaret show
I'm happy to announce I'll be playing Mrs Morcom in new musical 'Alan Turing - Guilty of Love' in October 2017 at the Key Theatre, Peterborough and The New Wimbledon Theatre, London. And in November and December, I'll be starring in Hertford Theatre's annual Panto 'Rapunzel', as the evil witch Gothel.
I've just finished a summer of cruising around the med with Ancora, a guest entertainer classical crossover act with Contempo Productions. We perform on Norwegian Cruise Lines, Celebrity Cruises, and Holland America.
In July 2017, I finished filming the second series of Gambit for Met Film.
Upcoming projects include more cabaret nights with The Rudy Vees at various venues around London - check my social media for exact dates!
Another exciting project is Let's Revue...with Jacobs and James. It's a comedy cabaret, naturally, and was showcased at The Canal Cafe Theatre in August 2015. For more info, check out www.JacobsAndJames.com, and see a clip of 'Two Gingers' here.
"...Jennie Jacobs was brilliantly seductive and vampish as Amy Rounsaville."
"...very clearly a triple threat performer of immense talent."
"...Jennie Jacobs is sexy and heartless as his ambitious wife, wannabe First Lady Amy…every actor nails his or her accent, high notes and choreography down to a step."
The Public Reviews
"...Jennie Jacobs hits the high notes as the glamorous wife willing to put up with her vague senator husband as long as she gets to the White House.
Musical Theatre Review
"....There were some fantastic individual show moments such as Emily Lynne’s rendition of “Middle East Disney Land,” Hans Rye’s “Am I Nervous,” Jennie Jacobs’ “Why Aren’t You President, Yet”...