London Lite Friday, 6 November 2009 19 Forecast for2012 ANNA FRIEL nearly forgot her lines when a spectator threw up over fellow members of the audience during a per- formance of Breakfast At Tiffanys. The sickly audience member vomited from the upper balcony of the Haymarket Theatre all over six people sitting below as Friel was halfway through a song. The former Brookside actress, 33, admitted that she nearly fluffed her lines because of all the noise. But she proved to be a true profes- sional and carried on as those involved in the incident were ushered out of the auditorium to be cleaned up. Speaking afterwards to Smooth Radio, Friel said she had been a bit annoyed at first -- until she realised what had happened. I thought it was latecomers who shouldnt have been allowed in, she said. I carried on singing but almost lost my way as there was such a noise coming from the seats. I almost lost it, but am glad I kept my concentration. The six victims sitting underneath the balcony returned to their seats after the interval. The culprit also man- aged to recover in time to return for the second half of the performance. Friel has received rave reviews for her perform- ance in the adaptation of the T ruman Capote novella, which runs until January. She strips for one scene as Holly Golightly -- the role made famous by Audrey Hepburn in the 1961 film of the book -- a move which prompted a ban on the audience taking photos of her in the nude. Olympics chiefs aim to minimise disruption to the 2012 Games by appointing a team of weather forecasters. The met Office will spend the next two years studying the micro climate of venues and will advise on timing. During the Games they will provide updates from the Olympic park. The forecasts will be critical to sailing in Weymouth, rowing at Eton Dorney, tennis at Wimbledon and archery at lords. by georgina littlejohn Inbrief Lost Chaplin film on eBay for 3 AN ANTIQUE collector who bought an old can of film for 3.20 on eBay has stumbled across lost footage of Charlie Chaplin. Morace Park, from Henham, Essex, says the seven-minute reel of film is a combination of Chaplin, early animation and images of a Zeppelin attack in the First World War. It could be worth anything between 3,000 and 40,000. Slumdog Dans true-life drama SLUMDOG MILLIONAIRE director Danny Boyles next film will be 127 Hours, the true story of American climber Aron Ralston, who hacked off part of his arm with a blunt knife and pliers after being trapped under a boulder by it in Utahs Blue John canyon for five days. Production starts next year, with the films release scheduled towards the end of the year. Capello unveils Sir Alfs statue A STATUE of World Cup-winning England football manager Sir Alf Ramsey was being unveiled today at the new Wembley stadium by current England boss Fabio Capello and a number of stars from the victorious 1966 England squad. The ceremony was set to take place in the players tunnel where teams wait before they come out for international games. Retch-fast at Tiffanys: Anna says she kept on singingIm Frieling a bit sick! Theatre fan splatters the row below in show Im Frieling a bit sick! Theatre fan splatters the row below in show index.html2.html3.html4.html5.html6.html7.html8.html9.html10.html11.html12.html13.html14.html15.html16.html17.html18.html19.html20.html21.html22.html23.html24.html25.html26.html27.html28.html29.html30.html31.html32.html33.html34.html35.html36.html37.html38.html39.html40.html41.html42.html43.html