The storytelling session was engaging and beautiful. The use of dance, music and storytelling was well integrated and the dance and music made for a lovely sensory experience and captured the imaginations of everyone in the audience aged 4-7. It was a perfectly pitched at families and young children and the opportunities for participation were well thought out and enjoyed by all especially at the end when we were all asked to join in with the dancing. There was good content and high production values making for an excellent storytelling experience.
Polka Theatre, Janna Feldman, Head of Education
Learning the stories of Rama and Sita through dance, was a great way of telling a story. I really enjoyed being part of such a momentous occasion for year 6 and learning such graceful movements, to the sound of a beating drum.
Olivia Ratcliffe, year 6, Tillingbourne Junior School, Guildford, Surrey
I found the dancing exhilarating with the rhyhtm timing in perfectly. We learnt the warrior dance. It was full of sharp moves e.g the spear, the demons, and the bow and arrow, I loved it all.
Lily Glaysher, year 6, Tillingbourne Junior School, Guildford, Surrey
It was fun putting a dance called the firecracker for the Diwali assembly
Lucy Downing, year 6, Tillingbourne Junior School, Guildford, Surrey