"The advantage of writing for TV," says the man who developed Coronation Street's first openly gay storyline, "is that it's always someone else's responsibility to have sleepless nights. But in the theatre, you're accountable for everything from the lighting to the poster. I secretly quite like it though – it's like pretending to be God."
Wednesday, April 28, 2010
In The Guardian, Alfred Hickling talks to Guild member Jonathan Harvey.