David Tennant Reads Shakespearean Soliquy At Helen Scott Lidgett's Memorial Service

A memorial service for Helen Scott Lidgett was held at Central St Martins in London yesterday and David Tennant was amongst guests in attendance.
David read from Shakespeare’s Midsummer Night’s Dream at the service, fulfilling a wish of Helen's, after she had originally asked friend Arabella Weir to recite it.
Arabella told the Evening Standard:
“One thing we argued about was what was going to be read at her memorial. She said, ‘You’re going to read Puck’s soliloquy because you’re a professional actress’, and I said, ‘I’m absolutely not’.” In the event Arabella persuaded David to step in.
Other tributes were led by Scott Lidgett’s former business partner, ex-PM’s wife Sarah Brown, artists Antony Gormley and Grayson Perry, Royal Academy chief executive Charles Saumarez Smith and ex-V&A boss Mark Jones.