Maja Hoffmann, Bobby Gillespie, Guy Masterson and Bob Paisley
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22 May 2016
Arts patron, collector and founder of the Luma Foundation Maja Hoffmann tells us how to keep creativity moving, Bobby Gillespie of Primal Scream explains how the group stay future-focused, and theatre-director Guy Masterson and actor Bob Paisley discuss their new play ‘Bill Clinton Hercules’.
22 May 2016
Maja Hoffmann is founder of the Luma Foundation and a patron of art events ranging from Photo London to the Venice Biennale. She joins the team to discuss her many global projects, including this weekend’s Offprint publishing fair at London’s Tate Modern.
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Bobby Gillespie has led Primal Scream through myriad stylistic changes, including era-shaping albums such as ‘Screamadelica’ and ‘XTRMNTR’. He joins Monocle’s Tom Hall to discuss how the band keep their perspective sharp and the influences behind new album ‘Chaosmosis’.
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‘Bill Clinton Hercules’ is now showing at London’s Park Theatre. The play sees Clinton, portrayed by Bob Paisley, delivering a one-man Ted-style talk on everything from today’s big topics to the ones that dominated his presidency – and steering the production is Olivier Award-winning director Guy Masterson.
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