Hi! Delighted that a lot of you managed to get the magazine. If you didn't, at least it's here in a scanned version for all to enjoy! When ZEN was first broadcast, I thought I'd be in and out of here quite often. But then the worst happened and the BBC shelved the series. Outrageous behaviour! However, should I see or hear anything on future Rufus news (like the above magazine supplement) and Im in a position to forewarn you, then I'll be posting it On The Rooftop... Regards to each and every one.
My next door neighbour hoofed it to my door this morning clutching her Telegraph magazine for me! It's nice to have good neighbours. Oh, those eyes................... Hey, Ophelia, I've got a hubby like that too!
It's also very high up among my favourites, Frannie!
I think what I love most about it is that he looks so wonderfully natural, so himself, dreamy-eyed but also a tiny little bit mischievous. You expect him to break into a smile any minute or say something naughtily funny.
And there's particularly something about his lips in this (Need. Cold. Shower.)
I had the time of my life. It's a wonderful lesson that if you do the things you love, that's the way to go. Rufus
And it was the touch of the imperfect upon the would-be perfect that gave the sweetness, because it was that which gave the humanity. Thomas Hardy: Tess of the D'Urbervilles
Post by barbicanbelle on Jan 10, 2013 22:35:27 GMT
I can not believe I happened to be in London and did not buy the Telegraph on the Saturday Thanks so much to all of you who've been involved in uploading the interview etc The photos are just too for words ....
Yup, the Telegraph really do love our Rufus. In today's Review section, page R22, centre of Where to go, what to see
A red stamp, saying ''Hot Ticket'' on the corner of a large pic of Kristin Scott Thomas, with a small inset column, which reads......
''How time flies- it's nearly nine years since the West End last saw Pinter's Old Times, in a production at the Donmar by Roger Michell. In the interim,Ian Rickson has become a first-rank director of Pinter's work and now he turns his attention to his enduring 1971 play of memory and desire, in which a couple's peace is shattered by the eruption into their lives of a rivalrous figure from the past. This production, the first Pinter at the theatre newly renamed in his honour, is notable for having its female stars-Kristin Scott Thomas and Lia Williams- take it in turns to play the enigmatic wife Kate and her old friend Anna, who lays claim to the former to mounting distress of Kate's husband Deeley-a role to which Rufus Sewell's combination of sensitive good looks and brooding intensity should be ideally suited.''
Also a quarter page advert, same poster as already posted, on page R5, with ''Previews from Tonight '' banner across the top.
Thanks to thoughtful friends, I have TWO SPARE COPIES of The Telegraph magazine containing the Rufus review. Anyone interested? The first two people to pm me with their address, or a p.o.box address will recieve them. ( If you live outside the UK, I will send it overland).
Lady Thomasina: 'When I grow to practise it myself, I shall never do so without thinking of you'. Septimus:'Thank you VERY MUCH, My Lady'.