Andrew Adamson Interview

By Rachel Helyer Donaldson In Uncategorized

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10th December, 2005
[At the end of a long day of TV and press interviews, Adamson is supping Earl Grey Tea in a blue and cream drawing room at Cliveden House, an impressive country manor. We're sitting in front of a roaring fire, which has Wedgewood vases dotted across the mantelpiece, beneath an oil painting of an aristocrat and her dog. In the huge wooden hall there are suits of armour, tapestries, antlers mounted on the wall and photos of the Queen Mother and Charlie Chaplin sitting on the grand piano in the corner. A full moon is rising over the mansion, which is nestled in a forest that's flushed with ...

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