The Lie by
This is a story built around two boys who grow up in the same community but are called up to join the Great War. It's a very good description of the hellish nature of the trenches and the task of slotting back into civilian life.
Henri Matisse: The Cut-Outs, Tate Modern,
I think the geometry of it all and the composition is what's so appealing - I'm the daughter of an architect - even though it's not the most complex [work] to a lot of people. It can seem quite naive, but it's actually beautifully balanced.
I listen to the radio a lot in my dressing room because I have a late entrance [in Dirty Rotten Scoundrels]. I really enjoy
I'm about to go to Corsica. It will be so nice to have some time away, eat some fresh fish, lounge around, have some rest. I'll also really enjoy the evening aspect of it. The transition from day to night is something that I miss when I'm doing theatre and I think that will be the magic hour for me.
I really like this music app. If you're feeling relaxed, you can say: "I just want relaxing music" and you get a playlist of music by different artists that users have created. Rufus Hound recommended it to me; he's always playing cool music, so it's a little trick I picked up from him.
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