Tennis ball best friends, connections in the brain and a goose.
By charlie ranken, Feb 6 2018 10:47PM
Life is exciting. Not always predictable and comfortable but enjoyable and surprising.
In the last fews weeks, I have gone into primary schools to deliver Sophie and Goose workshops, worked with 20 young people as Assistant Director for the Young Company at the theatre Royal and hosted free tasters at the Barbican Theatre for Heads Up!
I have learnt that rubber ducks do not stick to the bottom of buckets using glue guns and velcro and so will therefore, be turning to pom pom created creatures of the quacking kind. I have realised once again that I love young people and I'm proud that I was in the Youth Service in West Sussex for just under ten years and I absoulety love to the brim teaching, faciliating and enabling the creative minds of teenagers. I have also learnt that Plymouth is ready and rarely to go when it comes to opportunity. Not just for me as a practitioner but for those a little younger. Our free session at the Barbican had 9 amazing children in. I'm glad they had such a good time and they saw Heads Up as providing something different in the sea of art organsiations in Plymouth.
If January is anything to go by, I might need to plug in my seatbelt because I think its going to be an exciting and surprising kind of journey :)
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