Celebrating theatre pioneer Ken Cambell

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Celebrating theatre pioneer Ken Cambell

Writer, actor and director Ken Campbell is often described as a maverick who turned theatre on its head. In the late 70s his staging of The Warp entered the record books as the longest play in the world. 10 years after his death, his life and work are being celebrated at Southwark's Bunker Theatre in a production named after him. Jeremy Stockwell stars in it and spoke to London Live's Alison Earle.

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