Interviews with Friends

This is the 5th and final in this LIVE Q&A series.

Watch the 30 minute Documentary, Produced by Gemma Aston, about Hotbuckle Productions Theatre Company; how they got started, what they do now, what its like to work with them and what they aspire to do next – following the crippling year that everyone in the creative arts industry has faced…. Once you’ve watched the Documentary you can come along to listen in LIVE to the Q&A at 7.30pm on Thursday 11th March.

Bring wine and nibbles!

A bit about Adrian:

Adrian formed Hotbuckle in 2006 with his wife, Gemma Aston. He has since written, adapted and directed all of Hotbuckle’s shows to date as well as performing in them. Adrian trained at Bretton Hall and the Central School of Speech and Drama before appearing in such films as ‘Gosford Park’, ‘Love Actually’, Branagh’s ‘Magic Flute’ and ‘Enigma’. Adrian has worked with many and varied theatre companies including Major Road, Oddsocks, London Bubble, Boxclever and Richmond’s Orange Tree.

Adrian prides himself in his ability to create an entire production using his bare hands and creative ability along with some talented actors. He writes the adaptations, writes and plays the music, designs and builds the set from recycled materials, directs as well as acts in the plays and drives the Land Rover towing the Hotbuckle Horsebox.

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Riverhouse Barn Arts Centre is run by Riverhouse Barn Ltd, a limited company wholly owned by Walton-On-Thames Community Arts Trust  (Charity number 292178)