Simon Callow on Crackanory, fear of Snow White and hanging out on Battersea bridge

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Simon Callow on Crackanory, fear of Snow White and hanging out on Battersea bridge
22nd October 2014

The pleasingly puntastic show title sets the scene. Crackanory sees Simon Callow telling grown up fairy tales which satirise the modern world. 

London Go spoke to Callow about Roald Dahl’s The Twits ‘being pretty serious stuff’, his fear of the dark and why he once spent a while sat on Battersea bridge. 

Callows also reveals his fear of The Queen... well, the queen in Snow White and the Seven Dwarves, that is. 

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