So it’s time for my second blog post and I’ve just realised how hard it is to remember how hard it is to remember everything that has happened in 3 months!
We’ve been doing some great work on the ward, advancing our digital skills. Since my last post we have started using our PS4 Virtual Reality headset to introduce people to the world of VR! We have a verity of VR experiences lined up for people to have a go at including a safari, swimming with sharks, space shuttles and a supermarket assistant that has to shoot mutant fruit to keep their job. Everyone who has tried it has had a great time but my top VR moment has to be Zoe freaking out whilst playing Spider-Man when realising she was stood on top of a tall crane! (Sorry Zoe, Katherine said I could include it) and to top everything off I found out that one of the educational team we are working with on the ward is my yr8 science teacher, what are the odds!
CONNECTIONS! Our show went great! The group did amazingly and the director gave a lot of really good feedback, it was very nice to hear. We have a few things to work on before our Norwich performance but rehearsals are going well so we shall see. We only have 1 more rehearsal now before Norwich and I can’t wait for my first performance there. We also had a great performance of High School Musical with our boundless group. The shows went very well and we only hit about 20 people with basketballs! Haha! The lights went much better than expected given our time restraints and Alex did very well to use my terribly labeled cues, glad to have him back on the team.
Well done to both groups who performed, you all did absolutely great. We also have had 2 great ‘out of house’ rehearsals with our younger groups. All stars had their firs rehearsal in the Braza for Pride Rock. And Double Act had an amazing time making fire at the Secret Garden where they got to do some survival skills with Fenland Bushcraft and had a surprise visit from a very famous SYFY Machine. As part of the connections show we also went to see URocks 2 productions for the festival which were some of the best shows I’ve seen as pert of the festival so very well done to everyone involved! And to top it all off last week was our easter workshop and although I wasn’t able to be there all week I still think it was one of the best workshops we have done. The kids did great and they were so well behaved and all the volunteers were amazing too. Well done to everyone involved and an even bigger well done to Jess and Holly for organising it but did we have to have so many accident forms, your workshop now holds the record! Haha!
Well there you go, blimey that was a lot for the old brain to remember. I think I need a lie down! And so does my exclamation mark key!!!!!
Resident Techie, Signing off.