Clemmie Melvin

Good Girl Gone Bad: nudes, the patriarchy and ABBA.

Clemmie Melvin talks to the actor-writer Naomi Sheldon about her play Good Girl, feminism and nudes.   CM: Hi Naomi! Thank you so much for taking the time to answer some questions for Exetera Magazine. Could you tell me a bit about your play Good Girl?   NS: Hello! My absolute pleasure. Good Girl is a dark comic […]

Cheddar Cheese, Polo Necks and Group Therapy with Marcel Lucont

Hi Marcel! Thank you so much for taking the time to answer these questions for Exetera Magazine. I am very excited about your show at Exeter’s Bike Shed Theatre on April 2nd, which kick-starts your UK tour “Whine List”.    CM: Do you think that performing as a Frenchman in England allows you to be more outrageous and broach […]

Gallery Goers

Clemmie Melvin gives us an insight into to the kooky crazy world of morning gallery goers.  A crisp winter morning at The Royal Academy. The Abstract Expressionist Exhibition is in full swing. Pre-booked tickets are being collected from the front desk. Reserved viewing times are being wavered in order to pacify the burgeoning crowd. The crowd. […]