FIVE MINUTES WITH: Peter Wakins-Hughes

South Wales Argus: FIVE MINUTES WITH: Peter Wakins-Hughes FIVE MINUTES WITH: Peter Wakins-Hughes

PETER Watkins Hughes, 47, from Brynmawr is a film maker and campaigned to keep the Market Hall Cinema open.

He has produced films including 'A Bit of Tom Jones' and 'Cow'.

If you had to be stuck in a lift with someone, who would it be and why?

I suppose it would be my family because they’re the only ones who would put up with me, but even then it’s a little bit doubtful. My kids would enjoy it as they would spend the time taking the mick out of me.

If you could have one song on your iPod, what would it be and why?

That's a tough one, but it would have to be a song from Robinson Crusoe by the London Orchestra. I've currently got no internet in the Market Hall Cinema and I feels like I'm stranded on an island without it.

What is the best piece of advice you’ve been given?

Apart from never eat yellow snow... a local business man, Jim Davies told me to always keep your overheads low.

What item could you not live without?

The Market hall Cinema.

If you could change one thing about yourself, what would it be and why?

When you’re working with perfection, it’s difficult - but I suppose it would have to be long grey hair. I’ve always wanted rich, golden grey hair in my advancing years. My wife likes George Clooney, so I want mine like that.

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12:58pm Thu 16 Jan 14

Katie Re-Registered says...

"If you could change one thing about yourself, what would it be and why?

When you’re working with perfection, it’s difficult - but I suppose it would have to be long grey hair. I’ve always wanted rich, golden grey hair in my advancing years. My wife likes George Clooney, so I want mine like that."

A non-permanent solution could be to dye it, or better still get a professional hairdresser to do it: I'm sure there must be dyes in that colour - I mean, before now mine's been purple! Watch out for the peroxides though - as they cause damage to the hair.
"If you could change one thing about yourself, what would it be and why? When you’re working with perfection, it’s difficult - but I suppose it would have to be long grey hair. I’ve always wanted rich, golden grey hair in my advancing years. My wife likes George Clooney, so I want mine like that." A non-permanent solution could be to dye it, or better still get a professional hairdresser to do it: I'm sure there must be dyes in that colour - I mean, before now mine's been purple! Watch out for the peroxides though - as they cause damage to the hair. Katie Re-Registered

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