During the fantastic creative development week of Ngalyak and the Flood at Looma, over 70 children attended puppet and mask making workshops and performed to an audience with shadow puppets based on simple story lines concocted by Sermsah (Suri) Bin Saad. 15 young mothers also attended dance workshops in Indian Bhangra with Lena John. Bhangra is a great warm-up for puppeteering because there is a lot of hand gesturing and expression used. Mary Spinks showed the team significant land forms in relation to the Looma lizard story. But Suri was the star of the week catching heaps of cherubin!