Well, what are they like I hear you ask (not really)?
In short, they're lovely, talkative, funny and all very different.
Here are some pictures we took on day two of the course. A day we rather ominously call 'Fun in the Studio' on the timetable.
Actually, it really is fun.
Using tried and trusted Grillust methods we soon have them feeling at home, getting to know one another and making new friends.
Pictured below are some of the 'advanced' ice-breaking techniques that we employ.
Step 1: The Debate (argue the following topic with a complete stranger - 'Is Kendal Mint Cake really 'cake')?
Step 2: Studio Ball (hurl a tennis ball around the studio while loudly shouting the name of the intended recipient).
(similar to Step 2 but don't hit Mr Morris. You wouldn't like Mr Morris when he's angry...)
(let Gareth Malone form you into a community choir and teach you 'Songs from the Shows').
Step 5: Play 'Pass the Bomb' (a game where speed is of the essence).
(find out if you're 'pie' or 'jellied eel').
(no cheating though...)
Step 8: Win the Grillust Pub* Quiz