Again a huge thanks for all those who turned out to see the film projected for the first time ever at the Odeon in Covent Garden. It was a strange but fulfilling experience to see the film in a theatre with an audience, and the reaction to it was great. It was also good to see everyone again including the kids and I think they enjoyed seeing themselves up on screen, a taster of what is to come for these talented individuals no doubt. Among the crowd were a few producers, investors and actors interested in the film which has kept the buzz alive.
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