Hi! I just found out I've gained a place on the course, after fulfilling my conditional offer of AAB. It's a pretty competitive course I think, there were so many people on my interview day they had to skip the practical workshop and go to the interviews.
If you've gained an interview, it obviously means they are interested in you, and were impressed with your personal statement. Be ready to back up and elaborate on things you have talked about, and try to sell yourself and prove why you would be right for the course. RESEARCH the course so you can be specific!
I personally found my interview fairly casual (for an interview, anyway) and no-one was trying to "catch me out" or anything! I was asked about plays I had studied, written work I had done (and handed in to them on the day) and my extra-curricular credits, but you need to prepared for anything really. I felt the interview went pretty well but had no idea whether I had got in because of the sheer amount of people applying. Don't be afraid to stand out, ask intelligent questions, be polite, show and apply your knowledge to whatever question/task set, and you're bound for success.
Feel free to email me (DM?) if you need more specifics on the application process!