The last things I bought 5 LOUIE SPENCE.
trainers. to get new Telly dancing fave and The Jump surivivor stars in musical The Producers next month. He's been buying a dog bed for his sick pooch and new trainers.
1PENDANT LI| | I bought the most gorgeous 70s style Habitat bronze centre Habitat bronze centre light for my dining room because there room because there wasn't enough light wasn't enough light to be able to see to be able to see what I was eating. what I was eating.
2NIKE TRAINERS I had to get new trainers as I've started trainers as I've started rehearsals and my others rehearsals and my others were burnt out from working too hard at the working too hard at the gym. They're Nike Free, gym. They're Nike Free, black with luminous yellow laces, luminous yellow laces, luminous yellow sole and luminous yellow Nike tick.
3 DOG BED My dog has just had an operation so I bought her a cushioned dog bed from TK Maxx so she can sleep in our room and be comfortable while she recovers.
4WALLET I picked up a new wallet from Covent Garden Market Hall. It's nothing special but I always get special but I always get my wallets there as my wallets there as they're the only ones they're the only ones I've found that I've found that are small enough to get enough to get in my back pocket but with pocket but with enough space enough space for lots of cards. for lots of cards.
5 FRAM FRAME I bought another new frame as we're putting all th're pictures of familyand friends into eclectic frames to display them in one place.
Louie Spence will star as flamboyant director's assistant Carmen Ghia in the musical comedy The Producers which is at the Festival Theatre, Edinburgh, from March 23-28. Visit www.edtheatres.com or telephone 0131 529 6000.
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|Publication:||Daily Record (Glasgow, Scotland)|
|Date:||Feb 28, 2015|
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