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Sweetie, darling?

You might know her from those classic Birds Eye ads of the 70s, but Sandra Dickinson is about to storm the West End as the iconic Lucille Ball in I Loved Lucy. But forget about facing the opening night critics, this acting legend has a tougher challenge ahead of her – our sweetie jar of random questions…

I’ll be home in 20 minutes!

If you could have any superpower, what would it be and why? I’d like to turn things to gold and then you could turn down jobs. Or flying. I always have sexual dreams of flying. I’m often flying around in my dreams which is such fun and I’m told they’re sexual dreams. It’s an orgasmic thing. I think I’m a highly sexual person or that I wish I was – I don’t know. You don’t have those dreams? You need to work on that! [Laughs]

Are dragons real? No, but they are one of my favourite childhood things.

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