“Whether he is presenting our television footage, on main stage at Bestival in front of 60,000 people introducing the bands or performing elsewhere; guaranteed he will look incredible and bring lots of fun and energy with him. I’m glad he’s a friend of Bestival, we like him a lot.” – “Top host, even with the codpiece!”
– Rob da Bank, Bestival Curator and Radio 1 DJ.
“This guys mind works in incredible ways. A performer, a thinker, a director, a genius!”
– Katy Poulsom, Presenter of Capital FM’s Breakfast Show, Birmingham.
“Clayton is fantastic! Very funny, very sharp.”
– Ben ‘Posh’ Anderson, Producer on Capital Breakfast with Dan and Katy.
“Aaaah Clayton. Not Bestival without him really.” – Totally Enormous Extinct Dinosaurs
“A totemic gay superstar Mr Clayton Wright. Bedecked in his trademark glitterball codpiece and cheeky grin” – Time Out
“The gayest sci-fi superhero to hit this town” – Le Cool London
“The most notorious compere and festival host in the UK now!” – Festival Annual
“Clayton is the best thing since sliced bread.”– Barney from Bearded Kitten, The Festival Awards winners of 2011
“We LOVE Clayton! He is the magical bridge between stage and audience.”
– Carly Jackson, OS FEST Event Manager.
“Clayton is a joy to work with. Nothing ever appears to be too much trouble for him. He is fast and efficient in a ‘live’ broadcasting environment, and creative with it!.”
– Carol Kirkwood, BBC Breakfast Presenter.
“He has tireless enthusiasm and his good humour knows no bounds. When I pitch up in a field and see he’s working there, I know that I’m going to have an amazing weekend.”
– Josh Jones, Editor of Festival Annual and O2 Music Events.
“The clarity of his vision was evident from the start and allowed the filming and editing to create something dark, sinister and foreboding. His attention to detail was incredible and his visual instincts and storytelling are crystal clear. He has captured the imagination of our audiences, been seen across the globe and sparked discussion and interest from the original writers of the piece, to West End producers and those intrigued by our take on the original story. We cannot wait to work on the next project with him!”
– Luke Fredericks, Director of Morphic Graffiti.
– Marie Berry, Editor of KnockBack Magazine.