It being officially Easter now, I also thought I'd show you how my beloved memma is served. Well, like this. Just drown it in sugar and cream and you have Finnish culture in one brown pile. Yum.
I hope you have some relaxing time off!
|Some of the UK's best known actors have studied at RADA.|
I really enjoyed the prize! We got to see all the different theaters on Malet Street and the wardrobe, sound and set design departments. Unlike Tamara and I, some of the participants seemed to be budding actors hoping to be part of RADA one day. But with over 3000 applicants every year, and only 30 places to fill, you really need to have IT, whatever that is, to become one of their drama students.
|Me in my first pair of glasses. Take that, Harry Potter!!|
|I know, the people in the background look a bit freaky, but I wasn't sure if they want their faces on the blog.|
|Me and today's actor Eleanor. (She was fab!) (Photo: Tom Roderick)|
|Talking through the action and angles. (Photo: Tom Roderick)|
|When you work hard, you need a juice box break. And who can resist a sunny park bench. |
(Photo: Chafik Yahiaoui)
|Yesterday evening. Yes, I used power tools.|
I also bought a new TV bench with storage and the desk chair. The chair turned out to be a bit tricky so I had to go out and buy a hammer and a wrench. Apparently I looked extra dangerous this morning because the guy at the till gave me a cautious look.
"How old are you?"
Do you have to be a certain age to buy tools in this country? Or did he have something else in mind?
Anywho, very happy to have it all assembled. Time to write that novel/screenplay/play!
Have a great weekend!