In Phase 2 of our Living City lockdown interviews we spoke to some of our initial interviewees to see how they were continuing to cope with major changes caused by the pandemic and ask how their values, their feelings about the government and feelings about the future had changed.
In this interview we spoke to Chris about his experience of lockdown and life since our initial interview with him. He spoke openly about how he felt the government were mishandling the pandemic and his admiration for Marcus Rashford and the school meals campaign.
Chris spoke about his hopes and fears for the future and how the pandemic has impacted his immediate future with the lack of gigs and his decision to do a masters at university.
Chris spoke about the night life economy and his feelings that the governments lack of action and continued closures for the industry mean it will be difficult for it to return.
This is an edited video taken from their interview, the interview was conducted in October 2020.
The Living City project is produced by They Eat Culture, & supported by the Community Lottery Fund & Arts Council England.