This morning Tom surprised me with heart shaped pancakes in bed.
We have a project which is called ‘Writing Musicals’ it has to be 15 minutes long, we have really gone for it and set it in a mill in the 1800s like that programme ‘The Mill’. Lynn is searching for freedom and identity, then Saoirse comes along after being kicked out of yet another workhouse and helps simple and timid Lynn realise her future and better life. Saoirse bribes the posh girl to help them escape and discover Lynn’s true age and identity, but before they leave, Saoirse falls victim of her tuberculosis and Lynn has to find the courage to continue on her journey alone.
Olivier nomination here we come, this shit is the next Les Mis.
These are pictures from when we did Company, it was a great show and everyone liked it and then we all got disappointing comments on our mark sheets. Even our director was disappointed because she was very pleased with us. Helen is amazing at directing and acting teaching and even tap dancing and she is funny and we all love her.
Spice World was a cinematic masterpiece and fuck you for thinking otherwise.
I lost my first tooth while watching this film. It was also the first film I saw at the cinema, but I was too scared of the big screen so just stood at the back while my mum tried to drag me in.
Look at the koala I drew for Tom, I think I’m actually very talented.
Got three kirby grips and a receipt in the lining of my coat