Describe your perfect dressing room. I like to make my dressing room homey, so I bring carpets, lights, cushions and bedspreads. I make my own dressing gowns, too, because I can never find the perfect one. It can’t be a bathrobe but something you can walk around backstage in and look respectable — not too see-through or lingerie-like — and it’s got to have pockets. If I were to do anything after acting, I think I’d start a dressing gown company. Did you steal any props from The Audience? I would have liked to have taken a couple of corgis, they were sweet. The one I had on a lead was so funny. She was excited to be there and was gagging to get on stage every night.