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Interview with Harry Clayton-Wright

We’ve waxed lyrical about the wonders of the London alternative entertainment scene before – but this time we really want to marvel at the gems this gorgeous city attracts, polishes, and spits out.
Harry Clayton-Wright is an entertainer, performance artist, mischief-maker and internet provocateur who came to London from Blackpool with a huge sack of talent and a willingness to work hard – and has become one of the most exciting performers around. We sat down with him this week to find out more about what he brought to this wonderful city, what he got from it, and what loveliness he’s taking with him to the Edinburgh Fringe.

1) How did you get into the work you do? Have you always loved performing?
My first experiences of performing were in church plays and high school drama club, including a production of Animal Farm that remains a highlight. Hay on the floor, it all felt incredibly immersive. During my last year of college in Blackpool, studying for my national diploma in performi…

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