Alex Jones (playwright)

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Alex Jones is a British actor, playwright and filmmaker. He is best known for Noise, a violent play about teenage newlyweds who face neighbourly aggression. Noise is associated with "in-yer-face theatre"' by Aleks Sierz.[citation needed] As an actor, he plays villain Clive Horrobin in The Archers.[1]

Plays[edit]

Films[edit]

  • Greasy
  • Faster, Harder, Longer, Whistle!
  • Rhubarb and Roses

Bibliography[edit]

  • Jones, A. (1997). Noise, London: Nick Hern Books. ISBN 1-85459-353-6

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Alex Jones", The Archers, BBC Radio 4 website

External links[edit]