The ability to inhabit a character, especially one underappreciated and consigned to the annuls of history, is both fiendishly difficult and personally revealing. Join Wonka, Peep Show and Shakespearean actor, Paterson Joseph, as he reveals the key experiences that led him to his personal philosophy and outlook on life. Asked what he would like to be remembered for, he replied that he wished to illuminate the lives of black Britons before his parents' Windrush generation. Come and discover what looking back Paterson Joseph believes he has learnt from life. Jenny Kleeman interviews.

"Joseph is an interesting mix of equanimity and eruptive fury." - The Telegraph