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Anna Friel and Pixie Lott Discuss Breakfast at Tiffany’s

During a recent visit to the West End, I was fortunate enough to attend the stage adaptation of Anna Friel’s “Breakfast at Tiffany’s.” While I was a bit disappointed by the overall quality of the production, I did find the story a charming one. The cast of the play, especially Anna Friel, did a wonderful job portraying the character’s emotional journey. It was so easy to feel the emotions that Friel was conveying. Thankfully, I was able to leave the theatre feeling a little more optimistic about my own life.

Pixie Lott to star in West End stage adaptation

During the summer of 2016, Pixie Lott will be making her stage debut in the West End, playing the role of Holly Golightly in the adaptation of Anna Friel’s Breakfast at Tiffany’s. Lott is a young singer, with a pop music career that is proving meteoric. Her debut single, Turn It Up, sold over 1.5 million copies and spawned five top twenty singles. Her self-titled album was released in August 2014. During the summer of 2013, Lott appeared on BBC1’s Inspector George Gently and topped the charts. She has released three albums since then.

The story of Holly Golightly is a classic. In 1961, Audrey Hepburn starred in the film version. She became a global star. The story has been adapted into two stage plays.

Fitness routine

During her time in Los Angeles, pregnant actress Anna Friel has managed to shave off a few pounds. She’s even managed to stick to a fitness regimen that’s been going on for five or six weeks. This has included working out at least five or six times a week with a former military personal trainer. Anna also likes to jog and eat every two hours.

The fitness aficionado claims she’s been able to achieve a deportment that’s been unmatched by her peers. She’s spotted wearing retro glam outfits while leaving her dressing room. She even has a stack of heels in her room at the Theatre Royal.


Having starred in the film Breakfast at Tiffany’s, Anna Friel is now starring in the stage version in London’s West End. Samuel Adamson is bringing the classic novella to the stage. It opens on September 29th.

Breakfast at Tiffany’s is a cult classic novella by Truman Capote, which has been transformed into a film and stage production. Friel is playing Holly Golightly in the stage version, which is based on the book rather than the movie. She is also reportedly considering dyeing her hair blonde.

The new stage version is not about Holly and her love affair with Tiffany’s. It is about Charlotte “Chuck” Charles, who is brought back to life by her childhood sweetheart, Ned (Lee Pace).


‘Breakfast At Tiffany’s’ is a stage play based on the novella by Truman Capote. It will premiere at the Theatre Royal Haymarket in September. The story follows a girl who finds a way to escape her life of violence and adolescence.

The new play will be directed by Sean Mathias, the artistic director of the Theatre Royal Haymarket Company. The production will run at the theatre from September to January. It is produced by Colin Ingram. The adaptation will feature Joseph Cross as William ‘Fred’ Parsons, a Southern writer. Anna Friel will play Holly Golightly.

The actress admits she is a huge fan of vintage clothing. She keeps a stack of vintage accessories in her dressing room at the theatre. She also has a love of glam outfits.

Character’s complexity

During her decade long career, Anna Friel has been a part of several productions. She first appeared in the Channel 4 soap Brookside. She also has a long history of working in the theater. She recently performed in US comedy Pushing Daisies. Now, she is set to play Holly Golightly in the upcoming adaptation of Breakfast at Tiffany’s.

The new stage version of Breakfast at Tiffany’s is based on Truman Capote’s novella. The new production is directed by Anthony Byrne, who is also the director of Peaky Blinders. The film will also feature Joseph Cross as William ‘Fred’ Parsons. It will also be produced by Colin Ingram, who is working with the Theatre Royal Haymarket Company.

‘going home’ ensembles

‘Going home’ ensembles were the order of the day on November 21, as British actress Anna Friel visited the Vaudeville Theatre in London for a drink with friends. The 32-year-old actress was dressed in a sheer ensemble that showcased her incredible figure. She accessorised with black pointy pumps and a grey fur coat. Her makeup was kept simple with plum lipstick. She swept her brunette locks into a messy bun.

The event was hosted by House of Fraser and sponsored by the British Fashion Council. Anna Friel is set to appear with James Franco in the forthcoming film “Good People”. Her other TV credits include “Marcella,” “Land of the Lost,” “You Will Meet a Tall Dark Stranger,” and “Goal!: The Dream Begins.”

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