Jelly Cleaver in Interview

Jelly Cleaver is an eager and fiercely ambitious up-and-comer singer-songwriter on the London gig scene who recently self-produced and released her album, Cure for an Existential Crisis. I met Jelly in Primrose Bakery in Covent Garden in late October and we talked about Morrissey, the Buckley men, and performing at an all-you-can-eat.

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An Interview: Alice Lowe

Louis Chilton had the pleasure of being part of a group interview with director, writer and actress Alice Lowe, who gave us an insight into the making of her directorial debut ‘Prevenge’.  Prevenge is your debut film as a director, but you also wrote and starred in it. This is pretty unusual for a first-time director.…

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An Interview: Marcus Griffiths

Our resident thespians Maddie Andrews and James Baxter-Derrington caught up with Marcus Griffiths, an actor juggling not one, but two, Shakespearean roles at the same time. Busy man. Luckily he kindly offered some time to fill us in on his time with the RSC.  You’re doing both Cymbeline and Lear now, so how are you finding…

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An Interview: Sam Brown

The producer of ‘Five Days On Lesvos’, Sam Brown, sat down with Elliot Burr and James Baxter-Derrington to discuss an intense five day shoot during last year’s refugee crisis. We must apologise that we were unable to find a picture of Sam, but we thank her for taking the time to talk with us! I saw…

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An Interview: Miranda Bowen

Miranda Bowen, director of the award-winning ‘Gozo’, had a fantastic chat with Clare Clarke and James Baxter-Derrington about her wonderful collaborative project and her love of psychological horror.  I really enjoyed the film, I think it captured that isolated feeling really well – but to start with, how did you get the idea for the…

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An Interview: Fraser Grace

Ahead of our trip to Stratford-upon-Avon for the RSC’s Making Mischief festival, Fraser Grace was kind enough to talk to us about his new play Always Orange, which was commissioned for the festival. Your play Always Orange started two days ago as part of the new Making Mischief Festival at the RSC – how’s the opening…

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