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Computer geeks have got rhythm

Nobody had ever experienced an interactive drumming session at a Christmas party before and I don’t think there was one person that didn’t have a go and thoroughly enjoy themselves. When Ben started playing I could see people gravitating towards the drums and some even started tapping away before the interactive session started. Ben was definitely the pied piper, weaving his magic through the room and captivating everyone with his dramatic, rhythmical interludes. We even had some people external to our party sneaking in to watch and the function staff seemed to think it was a real hit as well.

Who would have thought that a bunch of Geeks could be so rhythmical and end up with “Smiling Souls” and the end of a very busy year. Everyone was raving about the party, so thank you for transforming/converting us.

Computer Networks, Australia.

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