Lorraine McIntosh, actor in stage production of Let The Right One In - interview

The erstwhile Deacon Blue singer has a love for big dogs and Bruce Springsteen


This article is from 2013.

Lorraine McIntosh, actor in stage production of Let The Right One In - interview

First record you ever bought
‘Cavatina’ by The Shadows.

Last book you read
The Blind Man’s Garden by Nadeem Aslam.

First film you saw that really moved you
Shenandoah with Jimmy Stewart.

Last lie you told
‘Oh, I can’t make that night, I’m busy.’

First thing you do when you’ve got time off work
Catch up with my kids and walk my dog.

Last time you were starstruck
Meeting Bruce Springsteen.

First crush
Blue Boy from The High Chaparral.

Last time you made an impulse buy and regretted it
A dress for a wedding.

First great piece of advice you were given
Be yourself and give it hell!

Last time you cried
Today in rehearsals.

First job
Check-out girl.

First thing you’d do if you ran the country
Abolish the bedroom tax.

Last great meal you cooked
For friends, from Yotam Ottolenghi.

First object you’d save from your burning home
My dog, then my photographs.

Last funny thing you saw online
An old woman being pulled off her feet by a Great Dane [watch it below].

First song at your (potential) wedding
‘All That Heaven Will Allow’, Bruce Springsteen.

Last song at your funeral
A hymn.

First person you’d thank in an award acceptance speech
My husband.

First thing you think of when you wake up in the morning
Can I go back to sleep?

Last thing you think of before you go to sleep
One more chapter … ?

Lorraine McIntosh appears in Let the Right One In, Dundee Rep, Wed 5–Sat 29 Jun.

THE SHADOWS - Cavatina (1979)

Shenandoah Official Trailer #1 - James Stewart Movie (1965) HD

The High Chaparral Theme 1967 1971 www Keep Tube com

Granny Gets Pulled By Dog

Bruce Springsteen : "All that heaven will allow"

This article is from 2013.

Let the Right One In

A book, then a film, then another film, now a play. John Ajvide Lindqvist's story of a young boy and his vampire love interest gets the theatre treatment from Dundee Rep and collaborators, who translate the Swedish setting to a Scottish one.


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