About Me and Links

I am a person who loves Theatre, Poetry, Karate, Shiatsu, Travelling and talking to people.

I also have a personal blog in which I put up a daily poem.
It is called Sporadic Sprinkles

You can also find my poems on the group blog Lovin The Asylum. This blog will reappear sometime in the future in a revamped format.
Lovin The Asylum

Recently I joined the Dead Poets Society 2016 blog on WordPress. You can find it at Dead Poets Society 2016

Unfortunately that blog was erased in early Jan 2019; as a result I decided to start a second Blog. It is called the Dishevelled Drum.

I also write in Ascerblog. More details soon….

I have been involved in various productions with Entity Theatre,

From July 9th-July 12th 2020 also July 17th and 18th 2020, at 19:00 (Central European Time) You will be able to see me perform as Francisco in William Shakespeare ‘s The Tempest. We are doing it as a digital online project. Please go to www.entitytheatre.com to get more information and to see us perform.

Please Note:

The link below will bring to entity theatre e.V’s You Tube channel. As of 19:00 on July 17th until July 18th at midnight(CET) you can see the Tempest online.


Picture by Tom Hafner

July 11th-14th and 18-21st 2019. I played the Chorus and Friar John in William Shakespeare’s Romeo and Juliet. The show was in the Theatron Westpark in Munich, Germany and started at 19:00
(7 p.m.)

Photo by Dora Lurz

from July 12th-15th and 19th-22nd 2018 I played the Gravedigger in William Shakespeare’s Hamlet.

Photo by Dora Lutz

I also played Antonio in William Shakespeare’s Twelfth Night in 2017.
It was also in the theatron Westpark in Munich, Germany.

Photo by Tom Hafner

I was involved in William Shakespeare’s Merry Wives of Windsor in Aug 2015. It was performed in the Englischer Garten Amphitheater from Aug 6-9th and Aug 13th-16th 2015.


I played the role of Rufus in Entity Theatre e.V‘s production of Murder’s in the Heir by Billy St.John in Nov-Dec 2015 in Pepper Theatre in Munich, Germany.

For more information about this play and Entity Theatre click on http://www.entitytheatre.com/

I also do a lot of Improv with Improv Scuba Drivers We are also on Twitter and Instagram

I now also have a Tumblr blog called The Catatonic Igloo for more information go to http://bjgaulton.tumblr.com/

Also just joined Twitter you can follow me @bjgaulton
You can also find me now on Instagram under bjgaulton and bj2gaulton

53 thoughts on “About Me and Links

  1. After reading your posts about stress, communication and touch, I can say you’ve got some interesting thoughts here! (And even I can appreciate a good cup of tea.)

    I look forward to your future posts! Thanks for lending your time to my blog. πŸ™‚


  2. Hey,
    Hope you are doing good and I am glad that I found your blog. Your poems are beautiful. πŸ™‚
    I really enjoy going through your poems. I liked your another blog SPORADIC SPRINKLES as well. πŸ™‚ Best Wishes .


    • Thank you for your well wishes and your compliments about my writing. I hope that you are doing good? I am enjoying reading your blog too.
      I look forward to reading your future posts. πŸ™‚ Best Wishes and warmest Regards.

      Liked by 1 person

  3. Oh wow, I don’t think I’ve met a theatre blogger yet. I’ll definitely look forward to reading your work!
    I love Shakespeare! One of the timeless classics.

    But I’m rambling now. I just wanted to say thank you for taking the time to read my blog. I really appreciate it.


  4. Hi,
    Thank you for your visit to my site today. I’m glad you liked my Meet and Greet. Did you find me on Harsh Reality? Jason is a good guy.
    I saw you have a Tumblr. I’m still trying to figure out how/why it enhances blog growth. I heard it does tremendously.
    Thanks again for liking my post. Nice to meet you.


  5. Hope you don’t mind but I tagged you for the quotes challenge πŸ™‚


    Rules for the challenge:
    1. Post 3 of your favourite quotes each per day for 3 recurrent days. The quotes can be of any other people or it may come straight from your own heart.
    2. Nominate 3 or more bloggers with each post to challenge them.
    3. Don’t forget to utter a thankful word to the person who nominated you.

    Liked by 1 person

  6. Hi,
    You liked one of my posts about my Write to Heal movement (such as the one below)t:

    If you find comfort through writing, please let me know if you’d be interested in a quick Q&A interview that would link to your blog(s).

    Thank you, and continue to Write To Heal! Let’s connect and continue to find peace and healing in self expression.



    • Hi Drem
      Yes, I enjoyed that post a lot. I find a lot of what you write speaks to me in a positive way. I enjoy reading your posts. Writing does help me a lot; I do write to heal and would be happy to take part in your writing to heal project. I traveling at the moment. Would it be okay for you if we do the interview in early January. Please let me know. I will drop you a line soon.
      I can also be reached at bjgaulton@gmail.com
      Looking forward to talking to you soon.
      Best Wishes and Warmest Regards


  7. I love the theatre, and especially Shakespeare! I took a whole class on him in university. I usually worked on the other side of the stage, doing costumes, props, etc. I look forward to following you and your productions!

    Liked by 1 person

  8. Hi Nandita
    Please grant me access so I can read your site.
    You are not alone Nandita. I stand with you, as I am sure many others will too. May you find strength and your way during this challenging time.

    Liked by 1 person

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