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  For Kevin Quarmby's interviews with some of the fascinating people in theatre, television and film, see below.  
 

Those interviews marked with (R&V) first appeared on the online theatre website, Rogues and Vagabonds.

 
     
 

Joe Fredericks, Co-Producer MokitaGrit Productions, May 2009

 
 

Tony Benn, host of Eloquent Protest III, Trafalgar Studios, Whitehall, London, Remembrance Sunday 9 November 2008

 
 

Samantha Spiro, playing Maria in Twelfth Night by William Shakespeare, Donmar West End, Wyndham's Theatre, November 2008

 
 

William Gaunt, playing Charles in The Family Reunion by T.S. Eliot, The Donmar, London, November 2008

 
 

Jamie Lloyd, Director of Piaf by Pam Gems, Vaudeville Theatre, London, November 2008 (R&V)

 
 

“It is so hard not to be a slave”: An Interview with Howard Barker, The Dying of Today, Arcola Theatre, October 2008

 
 

Tom Burke, playing Adolph in August Strindberg's Creditors, in a new version by David Greig, Donmar Warehouse, September 2008(R&V)

 
 

Kevin R McNally, Ivanov, Donmar West End, Wyndham's Theatre, August 2008 (R&V)

 
 

Luke Evans, Piaf, Donmar Warehouse, August 2008(R&V)

 
 

Lia Williams,The Lady from the Sea, Arcola Theatre, April 2008 (R&V)

 
 

Greg Hicks, An Enemy of the People, Arcola Theatre, March 2008(R&V)

 
 

Timberlake Wertenbaker, Jenufa, Arcola Theatre, September 2007(R&V)

 
 

Michael Pennington, Sweet William, Little Angel Theatre Islington, August 2007(R&V)

 
 

Adrian Mitchell, The Great Theatre of the World, Arcola Theatre, July 2007(R&V)

 
 

Gregory Doran, Venus and Adonis, Little Angel Theatre Islington, March 2007(R&V)

 
 

Jack Shepherd, Chasing the Moment, Arcola Theatre, London, January 2007(R&V)

 
 

Peter Eyre, Richard II, Old Vic Theatre, London, September 2005(R&V)

 
 

Claire Price, Much Ado About Nothing, Crucible Theatre, Sheffield, September 2005 (R&V)

 
 

Sam Alexander, The Winter's Tale and Troilus and Cressida, Shakespeare's Globe Theatre, July 2005 (R&V)

 
 

James Laurenson,'Valdimir' in Samuel Becket's Waiting For Godot, The Peter Hall Company, Theatre Royal Bath, July 2005(R&V)

 
 

Charlotte Emmerson, The Postman Always Rings Twice, Playhouse Theatre, June 2005 (R&V)

 
 

Mark Rosenblatt, Director of Professor Bernhardi, by Arthur Schnitzler, The Oxford Stage Company and Dumbfounded Theatre, April 2005 (R&V)

 
 

Sally Edwards, Easter, by August Strindberg, The Oxford Stage Company, March 2005(R&V)

 
 

Lesley Manville, Some Girl(s), The Gielgud Theatre, Spring 2005 (R&V)

 
 

Roy Smiles, Writer of Ying Tong- A Walk With the Goons, The New Ambassadors, 24 January 2005 (R&V)

 
 

Steven Weber, National Anthems, The Old Vic Theatre Company, January 2005 (R&V)

 
 

Linda Marlowe, Mortal Ladies Possessed, UK Tour 2005 (R&V)

 
 

John Landis, Hollywood Director, 23 November 2004 (R&V)

 
 

Daniel Evans, Grand Hotel -- The Musical, The Donmar Warehouse, November 2004 (R&V)

 
 

Gari Jones, Director of Biloxi Blues, Jerwood Vanbrugh Theatre at RADA, September 2004 (R&V)

 
 

David Troughton, Mr Antrobus in The Skin of Our Teeth, Young Vic Theatre , 17 February 2004 (R&V)

 
 

Sir Peter Hall Guides a Tour of the Rose Theatre Kingston, 2004(R&V)

 
 

Gemma Bodinetz, Artistic Director The Liverpool Everyman and Playhouse, Wednesday 30 July 2003(R&V)

 
 

Lilo Baur, Gertrude in Peter Brook's Le Tragedie d'Hamlet, Thursday 15 May 2003(R&V)

 
 

Patrick Spottiswoode, Director, Globe Education, 27 March 2003(R&V)

 
 

Stephen Unwin, Artistic Director, English Touring Theatre, 9 October 2003 (R&V)

 
 

David Rintoul, King Edward in Shakespeare's Edward III, 7 January 2003(R&V)

 
 

Edward Hall, Director, A Midsummer Night's Dream, 2 January 2003(R&V)

 
 

Reminiscences about Mike Elphick and Katrin Cartlidge, 2002 (R&V)