I'm not very good at relaxing. Reading's the main thing. On the bus, on the tube, on the loo. Literally all the time. I mean, I don't think there's a moment of the day when I wouldn't be if I was left alone.
The bottom line about a theatre is the expense, or lack of expense, of its tickets
I think it's a fantastically exciting idea - and just what the West End should be doing more of.
This is the second home game in a row we've let slip away.
Tonight, they decided to do it. They did it. It was all them. I thank God for my guys. I've got a great bunch of guys.
We just flat got our butts kicked. We didn't show up to play.
We had some injuries, but that's no excuse.
They were wide-open looks. We did a poor job of communicating. You've got to play better against the No. 1 team in the conference. We didn't get it done tonight.
I don't think we played well at all for the whole night. That was a totally different team than the one we saw on Saturday night.
We just couldn't get over the hump in the second half. We played hard. We played tough. We made some crucial mistakes down the stretch, and that cost us the game.
At heart, this job is about continuing to make great theatre for the people of Sheffield - a city I've known and loved since childhood.
I mean I think children love the idea that there are different viewpoints and different words for things and different worlds. And the more that they pretend to be other people, the harder it is for them to hate them and misunderstand them when they grow up.
I'm lucky enough to work with, I think, the greatest writer there's ever been, Shakespeare. Whose collected works would always be under my pillow if I was only ever allowed one book to keep, and who never bores me.
I did start reading quite young but I was always read to by my parents, who are both actors. Bedtime stories from when I was about two/three to when I was about 15. In fact they didn't stop until I eventually kind of kicked them out of my bedroom.