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When I talk about her classical training, she replies: “I don’t even know what that means anymore, it feels such a long time ago.
Also a lot of it I didn’t really understand while I was there.
But I remember everything about it – the cast was amazing, Gary Oldman, Alfred Molina, Lesley Manville, Linda Bassett, Meera Syal and Allan Corduner – and I remember it was so brilliant that I would go into rehearsals even when we weren’t called.
And while I was doing that, I started thinking about applying for drama school.” That went equally smoothly: “I got into RADA straight away and I thought this acting thing is all so easy.
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I didn’t stay long in the group, instead joining the youth theatre there, improvising and making a play called Women and Sisters, which was about black and white women freedom fighters.“I wasn’t sure what I wanted to do, but I saw an ad in Time Out and I started off in a writing group there.Hanif Kureishi was running it and we’d meet a couple of times a week.But she’s also quite clearly a grafter; she’s worked at it, as she does on every stage of the acting process.Asked for advice on how to tackle auditions she replies: “Really do the work. I work really hard, I think very deeply about what I’m doing and spend a lot of time poring over the script and trying not to miss anything.” She takes none of this for granted: she approaches theatre as a serious matter, but a uniquely fun and nourishing one, too.