1 – What is the biggest risk you have taken this year?
Going to Paris/abroad for the first time with our highly allergic children.
2 – If you could be any character in a book or film, who would you pick?
G: John candy in Uncle Buck or Jack Black in School of Rock
V: One of the women in the chorus in Little Shop of Horrors
3 – If you could have dinner with anyone who would you pick, alive or dead?
David Attenborough, alive please!
4 – Summer or Winter and why?
Summer for swimming in the sea or the river
5 – If you could choose one thing to fight for, what would it be and why?
The NHS because it’s the very best thing about our culture.
6 – What do you like most about theatre at the moment?
Bryony Kimmings , Victoria Melody, Lone Twin, Jess Thom.. . distinctive, funny good eggs.
7 – If you were a plant, what type of plant would you be?
Apple trees in an orchard
8 – Who is your biggest theatrical inspiration?
V: Catherine Hunter as King Lear
G: Dartingon College of Arts
9 – If you could only visit one country for the rest of your life, where would it be?
10 – Harry Potter or Star Wars?
Don’t really know much about either, Harry Potter because it’s the new theme in our Rosie’s class
11 – Describe your perfect Sunday…
Wake up in a house on the beach in the Gower Peninsula in Wales with family and friends.
Go for a swim before anyone else is around.
Cook on the beach, arrange pebbles in size order, have a few drinks in the sun.
Play some board games, read books.
Have a jam session and then a mariachi band comes onto the beach and Rosie gets to sing with them. Martha gets to swim on a turtles back. David Attenborough tells us stories around a camp fire, Beruit play and we all dance until the sun comes up.
Join us for the work-in-progress of Victoria and Gareth’s show on Saturday 6 October at 7pm, and stay around at the Jabberbar until the Grandad cabaret, Rendezvous in Bratislava in the same place at 8pm.