During the afternoon of our open day I ran 4 impromptu story drama sessions, each session was attended by whoever happened to be in the building at that moment in time. Each session was "intergenerational" to one degree or other with young children, teenagers, adults, (some of whom were parents and carers) and elders all working together to devise and perform a story in about 20 mins. A couple of observations. 1) How generously the gathered players supported each others needs, explaining, showing, offering physical support. 2) The joy that was in the room when we made a "chocolate factory" with bodies and sounds with about 25 people.