Marc Almond: From "cocaine to camomile"
Clive talks illness and death with pop star Marc Almond. Having shot to fame in the eighties as one half of New Wave duo Soft Cell, Marc has also enjoyed a diverse career as a solo artist and has sold over thirty million records worldwide.
He's currently performing 'Ten Plagues'; an hour long song cycle, libretto by Mark Ravenhill, which tells the story of the 1665 London Plague through the eyes of a survivor. It's at Wilton's Music Hall, London until 18th May.
|Interviewed Guest||Marc Almond|