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 Post subject: Michael Nunn on his first home
PostPosted: Sat Mar 09, 2002 9:17 am 
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<B>My first home: Michael Nunn</B><BR>Rosanna Greenstreet for The Daily Telegraph interviews the dancer about his Chiswick home<P><BR>"MY first home was in Seymour Road, near Chiswick Park Tube station. I bought the two-bedroom house in 1993 with a friend, Anthony Bourne - another dancer with the Royal Ballet. We paid £60,000. It was a wreck, and we did it up ourselves.<P> <BR>Seymour Road: 'There was no bathroom and no heating' <P>"The day we moved in, we ripped all the ceilings down and found a large wasps' nest. I was riding a motorbike then, so we dressed up in helmets and leathers to get it out, and got stung a couple of times.<P>"The property was built in 1910, and used to be a factory worker's cottage. It was empty when we moved in - I think whoever had lived there last had died. There was no bathroom, no heating, and old electrics, so we had to put all that in new. The back of the house was falling down, so we took it down and rebuilt; and put on a new roof and loft room. Anthony and I shared out the work. My father was a builder, so I knew a little bit about it; and Anthony had always been interested in carpentry. He did a lot of the carpentry and I did the masonry work.<P><A HREF="http://www.telegraph.co.uk/property/main.jhtml?xml=%2Fproperty%2F2002%2F03%2F09%2Fpnunn.xml" TARGET=_blank><B>click for more</B></A>


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Portrait of the artist: Michael Nunn, dancer
by NATALIE HANMAN for the Guardian
published: February 20, 2007

What have you sacrificed for your art?

Time with my family. And not being able to see other people perform their art. I'd like to be an observer for a while.
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