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Speaking at the launch of the new Baileys Chocolat Luxe drink in Covent Garden, central London, last night (), she exclusively told BANG Showbiz: "I would be well up for a 'Sugar Rush' reunion.But only if it felt right, some of these shows come back and it doesn't really work. She's in LA at the moment." While Olivia has gone on to star in several shows including period drama 'Lark Rise to Candleford' and most recently comedy series 'Chickens' alongside 'Inbetweeners' actors Simon Bird and Joe Thomas following her 'Sugar Rush' success, she is keen to break America. I'd love to star in a big movie but it's always the big names they want like Carey Mulligan because they attract audiences. Simon and Joe were great to work with." The flame-haired stunner sampled the new Baileys Chocolat Luxe drink at the beverage's launch, which also featured DJ sets by Pixie Geldof and Gizzi Erskine.

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Originally produced in 1942, Terence Rattigan's Flare Path was an immediate hit with contemporary audiences, with the central theme of sacrifice that resonated throughout Britain during the Second World War.

Against a backdrop of RAF derring-do and pink gins, Rattigan mixes a potent love triangle between a fighter pilot, his actor wife and a famous movie star.

Played, in Russell Bolam's strongly cast production, with a lovely, edgy but intimate rapport by Olivia Hallinan, Emily Taaffe and Holliday Granger, the siblings pine for London.

The idea is that they have been left financially stranded by their deceased father.

The power of their final reunion thankfully remains undimmed, while any hint of the love triangle just fizzles out.

Hayley Grindle's heavily raked set seems inordinately fussy, but if anything this reflects Audibert's directorial choices, which appear to dwell on the surface rather than subtext.

Olivia Hallinan at the Baileys Chocolat Luxe launch Olivia Hallinan wants a 'Sugar Rush' reunion.

The 29-year-old beauty is keen to reprise her role as lesbian teenager Kim in a follow up to the first two series - which centred around her alter-ego's strong feelings for best friend Sugar (Lenora Crichlow) and ran from 2005 to 2006 - but only if it "felt right" to revisit the story.

Whatley – also one of the producers – masters the RAF patter to perfection and, along with Philip Franks as Squadron Leader Swanson, breathes life into the script and energy into the scenes.

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