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Mirror Sky was a thrilling experience which allowed me to engage with the audience (Luton) in a physical way. I enjoyed this because I was able to convey this message of ‘reconnecting’ something I do believe our society struggles with as we have become hypnotised by our mobile phones rather than the world God has created for us. I wouldn’t have done anything different as I felt involved and a part of a community when we performed on the street and in school (practise sessions). The best thing about it was meeting new people from all walks of life, there were: dancers, musicians, actors and other schools involved. I would love to take part in a project like this in the future again, just sign me up! Michelle - Year 10more
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