A week in the life: One Man Two Guvnors' Owain Arthur
Arthur shows us what it's like to be in his shoes for a week
As loveable chancer Francis Henshall, Owain Arthur has travelled more than 25,500 miles worldwide with various productions of One Man, Two Guvnors. He is currently appearing at the Theatre Royal Haymarket until the show's closure on 1 March 2014.
I went for a run today on Peckham Rye
Ace Cafe has been here for years and this is where I've been coming for peace and quiet to read my scripts. There are usually loads of motorbikes here which is a huge passion of mine. They film Fifth Gear here too.
On my way to work. What time is it?
Pre-Show warm up on stage. Interesting stretching going on!
Kellie Shirley, who plays Pauline, getting ready for the show - trying to hide!
Behind the scenes just before curtain up, The Craze are in front of the curtain performing to the audience
Sneak peak from the wings!
Me with David Benson (Gareth) and Dominic Thorburn (Alan) chilling at wine club after a hard day's work!
My film The Patrol premiered today. First British feature about the war in Afghanistan. It won the film of the festival at Raindance Film Festival
Checking myself out before going to The Stage party!
This is me walking over the Thames to work; you can just see the National Theatre on the right, where One Man, Two Guvnors was born!
Sarah our ASM, making chicken balls out of sponge cake for me to eat in the dinner scene (artistic licence)!
Behind the scenes Amy Cudden transforms into a beautiful woman!
Sore back today - this is my Orthopaedic Doctor Luke standing like a super hero - having just sorted me out!
Check out that rainbow over the West End
My mum came to see me in the show, here she is standing proud underneath my giant hand
My dressing room - as you can see it's a very social one!
Saturday night after the show, out at Ronnie Scotts!
Went home on Sunday to do some voiceover for a cartoon, the Welsh language version of Octonauts -beautiful North Wales
In the studio on my only day off in the week, but a Sunday roast is waiting at home!