Tomorrow morning, Olivia Colman is alarmed to remind herself, she is due at the first rehearsal for a West End play. "It is Hay Fever by Noël Coward. And I am very nervous about going back on the stage. I am playing Myra, or Myrna, is it?"
Colman will be appearing alongside Lindsay Duncan, Jeremy Northam, David Haig and Freddie Fox, but the list of illustrious co-stars does not help. "I used to do stage all the time, but it has been such a long time. I feel they are all going to be shaking their heads soon enough, saying to each other, 'I can see we are going to have to carry this one.'"
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