The first move was Partner A putting their hands on Partner B’s Shoulders.
Then, Move to was B getting a’s arm off theirs. Followed by move 3, B pushing A backwards.
Four was a Knuckle Sandwich (or a punch), as you guessed a punch is involved. A Has punch B (not actually) and B has to react like they , yep you guessed it. Just got punched.
Five was A putting their on the top of B’s head. Applying an effect of hair pulling. B has to put their hands on A’s hand and go where A takes them.
Then, We made it like a fight scene. People in backround were cheering on two ‘Main actors’ in the middle of the ring.
Overall it was really fun,Ewan Jacob (Year 5)
Tyler came to to visit us from the Henley Youth Festival to teach us how to do stage fighting. It was very boring at the start, but after he started teaching us all the fun moves it became very fun and exciting, people were punching each other and the people in the back ground were shouting fight fight fight! We are so lucky to have this experience, thanks to the Henley Youth Festival.by Veer (Year 5)
It started of very slow with all the safety instruction, but as we moved on Tyler began to now us better so it went more fluid. Tyler was very enthusiastic so that made it a lot of fun. When we acted we had different timings and thats what we liked because it looked like a real film, on the other hand the people that surrounded the “actors” were shouting stop or fight! which made it look realistic.
We learnt how to push, punch and pull hair all in acting.We were asked to do this in pairs and if we did not listen we would probably get hurt. We were all really excited but we were so excited that we could not keep a straight face while acting.
The instructor was nice and a really good teacher. He had been in some movies already and met Daniel Radcliffe!
I really enjoyed the workshop, especially when I found out that the instructor’s father was in fact in The Goblet of Fire, a Harry Potter movie.
On Monday, we did a fighting stuntman came into school to teach us how to do fighting stunts. It was interesting and it was lots fun. I hope we do it again next year.
As part of the Henley Youth Festival, Tyler from Take 3, joined us for some very fun stunt acting. He told us how they use cameras during a fight scene to make it look realistic. Tyler showed us some awesome moves like: how to punch someone and how to even pull someone’s hair!! Sometimes when I was practising with my partner Caitlin, I felt like I was in a real movie!!
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