In his â€˜Vidavskiâ€™ capacity, Doron originally qualified and worked as a music lawyer in Manchester before re-training as an actor. Graduating from Bristol Old Vic Theatre School (in his â€˜Davidsonâ€™ capacity), he moved to London a couple of years ago. His favourite London spots tend to change according to and depending on the availability and quality of the cake on offer. Current thumbs aloft go to the Victoria & Albert Museum (good lemon drizzle effort), Earlâ€™s Courtâ€™s Finborough Theatre (where the lack of sweet baked goods is more than made up for by the excellent dramatics), and Broadway Market.
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