Marcus: Touring this show is a logistical nightmare, but we went to the production manager and said ‘well, what do you think about some giant robots on stage?’ And James, bless him, the first words that came out of his mouth were ‘can they have lasers coming out of their eyes?’ And we were like… ‘yes, great idea. That’s good’. Then it’s just had this sense of fun around it. We found these amazing guys who build props and were getting technical drawings, then people are working out how to get them moving around and animators are giving them expressions. When the robots turned up to rehearsals, the whole crew stopped to take a look. That comes back to what you’re saying about being free to connect with the flow and uncensored creative freedom. Once that idea is formed, it’s about using the other side of the brain to bring it to life.