The line’s engaged switching from paxil to effexor xr When the curtains come down after a show, I have so much adrenalin left that it takes me hours to get to sleep, and sometimes I lie awake until 3 or 4am. So if I have a performance in the evening I’ll probably sleep until at least noon, if not 1pm or 2pm. Then I’ll have breakfast and prepare everything I need for the theatre, like my dressing gowns and the water and teas I drink to help keep properly hydrated. I also have a big spoonful of Sussex honey made by the bees that some friends of ours own, just down the road. By 3.30pm I’m in the theatre getting my hair and make-up done and I always find a moment to be alone on the stage before a performance. I really treasure that time of calm before all the energy and action piles in.