Planning a social event in London? Want to improve your game? Need help on filming? Want to find some dart-playing extras?
I run occasional events and can provide darts coaching and lessons in London pubs. Coaching sessions and events are designed based on what you want to achieve and where you are based, and range from the fairly serious to the entirely ludicrous. Pricing depends entirely on requirements, so if you are interested in finding out more, please email me on firstname.lastname@example.org. Note: Alec Ferguson wasn’t a great footballer.
I can also coach actors for broadcast purposes. I was a coach on BBCs Let’s Play Darts for Sport Relief, and the Darts Consultant for the (possibly-never-to-be-released) movie London Fields. If you are making any programme about darts, I can probably help.
“Justin organised an informal darts competition for a social we were having with an important client. It was a terrific evening and was very well received by everyone. The competition was managed expertly by Justin and included a number of variations to traditional scoring. He also provided helpful tips and anecdotes, which kept the group engaged. We were particularly impressed by how he managed to allow everyone a chance to play, considering that the group numbered more than 20, and there was only one oche!”
HN, Linklaters LLP.
“Justin provided a fantastic evening of darts based fun, interspersed with anecdotes of professional players and darts leagues from up and down the country. His knowledge of the game and his ability to create a relaxed and fun, albeit competitive environment, made for a brilliant evening which will be long remembered.”
Chris D (competition winner!), London.
“I met up with Justin in a pub just near Oxford Street for a darts lesson on one of my trips to London. It was a successful and great coaching session. I particularly liked the way he ran the training and gave me some tips – and I’m looking forward to my next lesson”.
“Perfect choice of venue, great mix of games – God knows how he kept us all involved. Brilliant. One stag said to me as we stumbled out of a salubrious gentleman’s club in London’s east end… ‘Tell you what mate, that was good, but the darts was much, much better!'”