Adapted from Jasper Rees' renowned book, I Found My Horn makes its West End debut at Trafalgar Studios.
So Jonathan, what is your favourite...
Very tricky. I love films. Right up there is The 39 Steps, both the Robert Donat version directed by a young Hitchcock - it's masterful, romantic and I never tire of seeing it as it fills me with a warm glow every time - and the Robert Powell remake is pretty good too. Also worthy of a mention is The Sound Of Music. I always used to think that Christopher Plummer was my real father and that I had been adopted! But over all top my film of the moment is Les Choristes, translated as The Chorus. A beautiful French film set in a boys home come borstal, and a quirky teacher who arrives and sets up a choir which becomes transformative in their young lives.
Place to hang out in London?
2 Brydges. It's a club in the centre of town which is largely frequented by writers and other creative types. Fantastic food and a cosy fireside atmosphere. I love it.
Annie's in Chiswick.
Nr the River.
Fish pie. Mmmm.
Corfu. Nr Kassiopi
Play/Musical that you have seen?
Guys & Dolls or Les Miserables.
Theatre to visit?
Young Vic or Orange Tree
Theatre to perform in?
Aldwych or Laguna Beach Playhouse
"So I says to Von Karajan. I says… "What's the difference between an orchestra and a bull? And he says: "Tell me please." So I says… "On a bull Herbert, the horns are at the front and the arsehole's at the back!"
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