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Comment by Emma Louise Faulkner on November 8, 2010 at 19:40
XDDDDDDD I will bring Fuzzy if I can make it, is it an eavening production? I may need to find someone to give me a lift up to it, uhh Fuzzy is ageless and has a bit to learn about reviews yet but he is getting there ^^ Glad you like him I'll have to bring him into colleg after panto.
Comment by carmen medway-stephens on November 8, 2010 at 18:09
Omg!! A Talking Wolf....I have never seen one of them other than on the A48 at 3am coming back from Cardiff one night. Those who know the story - no it wasn't a black bag!!! Emma you are fab!!! When is the wolf coming to class!! Hope you can make our piece friday at Chapter - Theatre Stripped. Can Fuzzy come and do a review too - but he may have to close his eyes and ears when it gets a bit too graphic...actually how old is Fuzzy ? x
Comment by Emma Louise Faulkner on November 7, 2010 at 13:20!/home.php?sk=group_164120896952208

Links to Fuzzy vie'w channel on youtube and to the facebook group where my future reviews will be :3
Comment by Emma Louise Faulkner on November 6, 2010 at 15:09
Thanks for the lovely comments but i must nip this in the butt it's fuzzy view the wolf not bear ^^''
Comment by Jemma Stacey on November 6, 2010 at 9:20
This is fantastic, love the idea. Haven't seen anything like this before, I found it very effective as sometimes reading a review can be monotonous. I like how you share Fuzzy Bears experience and showed an example of what Fuzzy participated in. Maybe next time Fuzzy can show some pictures of the venue? Loved the tail wagging!
Comment by Guy O'Donnell on November 6, 2010 at 7:00
What a great idea!
I think its a novel way to present the review and immediately makes you pay attention to your response. I think if you had more time , (as I know you were asked to respond to the show very quickly )you could have edited your response down a little more as in my opinion I find video and digital response methods are most successful in short snippets of 1-2 mins.
The video works really well to illustrate your drawing from the show. I wonder if Fuzzy bear could have demonstrated the dancing from the show with a bit of background music ? Giving the production a 8/10, happy tail wag ! could be a whole new rating system.
I love it Emma , really cool I think there is lots of creative potential there for future reviews.
Comment by Emma Louise Faulkner on November 5, 2010 at 21:15
Im stil experimenting with review techniques and wanted to see how well this would work.

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