Stage Door Johnny talks to the legend that is Linda Marlowe

Charing Cross Theatre 15 April 2016

In this exclusive interview, Stage Door Johnny, speaks to Linda Marlowe moments before she takes to the stage in her current production at The Charing Cross Theatre.
Linda is starring in a rarely produced Tennessee Williams play called In The Bar of a Tokyo Hotel. 

Her performance is praised by our editor on LiveTheatreUK, “Linda Marlowe, incomprehensibly, is one of the most untrumpteted actors of her generation. She holds her own against anyone – Dames Dench, Atkins and Mirren included. From Shakespeare to Eastenders, nothing is beyond her reach. She has appeal which can be winsome or feral, or both. Simultaneously. Her voice can glisten like a dewdrop in the first blush of a spring sun or snarl like a growl from Satan’s pet incubus. When people talk about actors being “forces of nature” they have Marlowe in mind.”

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John Bowles
John Bowles, having started his career on Australian variety television at the age of ten, had notched up 300 hours of live national TV by the age of sixteen. As an adult he has gone on to star in many theatrical productions such as ‘Phantom of the Opera’ and ‘Cats’. He has produced, directed and written for television but admits his favourite role is as presenter, and he relishes the opportunity to talk to interesting show business people and tell their stories.