“A life without hummus isn’t a life worth living” | Ben Hodge on his plans for 2022, comedy and his nuclear bunker

How did you get into comedy? I was always that class clown in school (typical backstory, innit) and I was obsessed with watching stand-up comedy from like the age of 14, it was something I always wanted to try performing stand-up but never knew how to go about it. When I went to uni at … Continue reading “A life without hummus isn’t a life worth living” | Ben Hodge on his plans for 2022, comedy and his nuclear bunker

“It’s so empowering playing a character like Graham” | Adam Rhys-Davies on returning to The Graham Show post-lockdown at Southwark Playhouse

Tell us about your character, Graham de la Cruz. Graham de la Cruz is a self-titled international cabaret superstar. The only problem is that the world hasn’t realised yet. He’s still waiting for his big break and to make it in the mainstream world of showbiz. Although, he thinks he already has. What inspired your … Continue reading “It’s so empowering playing a character like Graham” | Adam Rhys-Davies on returning to The Graham Show post-lockdown at Southwark Playhouse

“There have been some incredible innovations and wonderful experiences created in this time.” | James Dillon on crafting online immersive horror, Siren

Tell us about your show, Siren. Siren is an online immersive sci-fi horror show where the audience are a crew sent to investigate a derelict spaceship and uncover what happened to the crew and see if anyone or anything survived. I’ve been developing the idea since last summer whilst working on other online immersive shows … Continue reading “There have been some incredible innovations and wonderful experiences created in this time.” | James Dillon on crafting online immersive horror, Siren