In this post, you will find great Sheila Hancock Quotes. You can learn and implement many lessons from these quotes.
I cry all the time.
I much prefer grandmotherhood to motherhood.
I’m always guilt-ridden if I give a bad performance. If you’re doing a theatrical run, your day has to be geared to that show. You can’t mess about, particularly when you get to my age.
It’s wonderful to be with people of a younger generation. it really is.
My first husband Alec was a very good-looking man, but by the time he came out of the war, his sort of acting was no longer in demand – although he was a working-class boy, he was actually very good at suave handsome-men parts. I began to get successful when he was out of fashion; it was agony to watch him.
People are surprised because I drive a Jaguar XK sports car and say the occasional intelligent thing. People think I’m an exception, but I’m typical of a lot of women of my age.
I love beautiful women. I’m not jealous of them at all.
I was chancellor of Portsmouth University.
On ‘The X Factor,’ they deliberately have people on that are awful just to laugh at them.
I always find it a bit embarrassing when people sing ‘Auld Lang Syne.’ Nobody knows when it finishes, so it goes on and on.
I got myself into hot water with the press in 2014 by suggesting that the art installation of poppies in the Tower of London moat should be completed by being malevolently mown down by a tank, in the way that the service men and women whom the poppies represented had been.
I can’t keep my trap shut in interviews – I’m not very good at dissembling.
I used to be the sort of person who’d listen to a taxi driver going on about the-country-going-to-the-dogs-blah-blah, and let him rant on. But now I don’t. I find myself letting rip.
Being a grandma is lovely.
I wouldn’t dream of giving any human being marks out of 10 on two hours‘ acquaintance.
I like being on my own, but at times when I don’t, I’ll phone a friend or the grandchildren.
My own efforts at peacemaking have been easy – in fact, rather enjoyable: CND marches, demos, protest meetings in Trafalgar and Grosvenor Squares, and visits to the women at Greenham, especially the glorious day in 1983 when thousands of us embraced the base and pinned beautiful pictures and objects to the ugly wire.
I’m a realist.
Christmas Eve is my wedding anniversary so it is a double whammy.
On the night of Brexit, while some people were celebrating and others were having wakes, I stayed in and played Beethoven, his quartets mainly, into the small hours of the morning.