Off to the outskirts of London we go, and even though it’s only zone 5, it feels like the middle of nowhere country side.
Sitting in a field basking in the sun I just want to stay here for hours. Too bad we’re here to work and hardly have time to take in the view let alone relax.
I really need a holiday.
Joseph and The Amazing Technicolored Dreamcoat will always hold a very special place in my heart. Ever since I watched the 1999 Donny Osmond film in first school I fell in love with the lyrics, music and colourful sets.
It is exactly what I love about musical theatre, catchy lyrics and melodies that get stuck in your head for days, humour, audience interaction and above all artists having fun and owning the stage.
Theatre is well and truly back!
Clapping feels strange now, but sitting in a theatre again feels like coming home.
I finally pluck up the courage to spell out the secret of my heart, one I have held in for so long, and am rewarded with a smile and a “I knew it!”. Instead of a dismissive and careless reaction I am greeted with enthusiasm and laughter, not what I was expecting.
The groundbreaking change that this sets in motion isn’t loud of impactful, but it has happened and will be noticed.
I can finally relax
How can I simultaneously feel so incredibly happy and ridiculously anxious? I am excited for the next few months but it also scares me.
I am so worried if I admit I’m happy that it’ll all be taken away from me.
Why can’t my brain just let me be content?
A day of sleep and feeding squirrels – if this is what my future holds then I can’t wait for it to be begin.
End of the working week and I actually feel positive about what we’ve achieved. Finally things have gone our way and our clients leave happy and optimistic. Now all we need to do is find a way to sustain this feeling.
I am finally given the go ahead to spill the beans and I’ve waited this long I don’t know if I have the confidence to do it.
Day one of a two day shoot and I think this might actually be a good one.
A foolish mistake made by a junior leaves me to pick up the pieces. I don’t mind having new staff in but if all they do is mess things up, then I might as well have done it myself.