Time for the second full run, the costumes are on and have to be negotiated round the set, we have lights - sort of, and the photographer's in to take press shots. Put this all together and you've got a fairly stressful morning. This run was also the one where the designers and Kate the producer got to watch it before we go to Plymouth.
The problem with having people watching it for the first time is that it never goes as well as it should. And so, fairly inevitably, it didn't. Which was a shame, but it was all the classic things of pace and energy and costume changes, and all the sort of gubbins that give you a tinge of worry.
In the afternoon I got to go through the workshops that we'll be delivering in Plymouth and we've managed to put together something fun - and informative, obviously. And Patrick from Eastenders came in and all the girls said that their mums fancy him, whilst actively fancying him themselves - what a celeb ridden process this is.
And so we're on our way, one morning of rehearsals left and then it's no sleep till Plymouth. Though I will obviously endeavour to keep you, who are by now hanging on my every glib word, informed of our progress.