Jen­nifer Saun­ders

Evening Standard - West End Final Extra - ES Magazine - - My London -

The come­di­enne has a tip­ple in Chelsea

and wants to bring back Ty­bur­nia

Home is… Devon with my hus­band Adrian [ Ed­mond­son]. We’ve lived there for many years and I love be­ing sur­rounded by beau­ti­ful coun­try­side and the sense of com­mu­nity that ex­ists in a vil­lage. Where do you live in Lon­don? Bayswa­ter. What ad­vice would you give a tourist? Go in­side places, don’t just walk around them. Plan care­fully so that you don’t wan­der aim­lessly and waste time. What’s the first thing you do when you ar­rive in Lon­don? I al­ways go for a walk in Hyde Park with my whip­pet, Olive. What are you up to at the mo­ment? I’m in the TV cam­paign for Choccy Philly, a mix­ture of choco­late and Philadel­phia. Sounds dis­gust­ing, doesn’t it? But think choco­late cheesecake, and then think again. What was the last al­bum you down­loaded? Re­volver by The Bea­tles (above) – you can down­load The Bea­tles now on itunes. It was my first Bea­tles al­bum and I’m lov­ing re­dis­cov­er­ing them. What’s the best meal you’ve had? Break­fast at Mike’s Café on Blen­heim Cres­cent in W11 cures any hang­over. How would you like the open­ing line of your obit­u­ary to read? ‘She’s ac­tu­ally not dead.’ What’s your big­gest ex­trav­a­gance? Fast cars. Porsches are a great drive. Do you have a re­cur­ring dream? That I’m in a play or a mu­si­cal and I think I know the lines but it turns out I don’t and I have no idea what I’m go­ing to say when I walk on stage. If you could live in any build­ing in Lon­don which would it be? There are some re­ally beau­ti­ful houses and cot­tages in the mid­dle of Hyde Park. I’d love to live there, sur­rounded by green­ery and gar­dens. What would you do as Mayor for a day? Make all de­liv­er­ies to shops and busi­nesses hap­pen out­side of rush hour. Dur­ing the night would be ideal. They are Find out what Jen­nifer Saun­ders first thought about Choccy Philly at face­­phi­auk

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