„I hear that the no-smoking crowd are now operating at the National. Surely that sort of mentality doesn't belong in a theatre, it isn't a place where you impose rules on people, it's a dirty radical place where an actor can work with a fag in his hand.“

Quoted in "The trickster," http://www.guardian.co.uk/film/2004/apr/23/guesteditors2 The Guardian (2004-04-23)

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