Asked by kirstenlearns
YES! People always make that joke with a wink wink and a nudge nudge as if they’re the first person to make it! XD haha And yeah I do often find myself saying “yes?” to strangers in shops when they’ve asked someone to carry something for them. XD
Asked by hiding-behind-the-camera
Are you happy with who you are? Do you want to change for other people because you’re outside that little box that’s labelled SOCIALLY NORMAL AND ACCEPTABLE? If the answers are Yes and then No, embrace that weirdness and You-ness! Next time someone calls you weird, smile and think how wonderful it is to be so! How wonderful it is not to be the kind of person who would call someone else weird for being different! How wonderful it is to be YOU! :)
Asked by thetruth-about-forever
No I won’t be going to Playlist Live however, strangely, I’m going to be in Disney the same week as I’m there on a holiday from Les Mis with a fellow cast member! :)
Asked by caitrionaw
I had four auditions over the space of about a month! I only ever met two of the other girls going for Eponine, one of which ended up playing Fantine who is in the cast with me now! :)
Asked by bleuflowers
If I’m responding, 99.9% of the time, I’m not angry. Usually if I don’t engage i’m either thinking ‘They’re clearly just a troll’ OR said person has got to me and I decide not to reply for fear of coming across aggressive. If I respond, I’m usually curious as to why they think how they think and try to engage in a discussion about it! However, sometimes people get the wrong idea and think I’m being passive aggressive when really I’m just…curious! And I’d just like to know more! OR sometimes someone gets the wrong end of the stick with something regarding me and my life and I decide to explain what the situation actually is in the hope it puts their mind at rest! :)
But yeah, If I’m responding, I’m rarely angry! Just interested!
Frances Ruffelle about the Les Mis performance on the Olivier Awards (x)
Very sad to read this from a former cast member and someone who some of us here in the current cast look up to. I personally have listened to the original cast recording of Les Mis since I was seven and was driving to the Palace theatre to perform as Little Eponine, dreaming of one day following in Frances Ruffelle’s footsteps. Now to finally get here and read this is slightly heart breaking. Let’s just hope winning the Olivier Audience award shortly after this tweet was posted is enough to prove this wrong.
Thank you to everyone who voted for us because to be in an Olivier award winning cast after having wanted to be here for so long is just…mesmerising. I’m so proud to be part of this cast and I will forever remember the moment our theatre erupted with cheers and tears upon hearing we’d won. Thank you from the absolute bottom of my soul. Thank you.
Asked by hanarchykelly1997
Not when you’re not trying to be noticed! The success my YouTube channel has had was entirely accidental!
I always encourage to make videos not to make an income or be successful because it’s so hard to figure out how many people are going to like which kind of video. So make videos for you and not for anyone else so even if it doesn’t get successful at least you’ve had fun along the way! :)