Killamarsh are including Show Me The Way To Go Home (Sandy Smith arrangement) in a concert tonight. The score includes stage directions for the piece to be used as a first encore - the band leave the stage except for the trombones - who then play a few tuning notes etc then pick up the tune - separate sections of the band enter to join in until everyone is back on stage and the sop gets to play just the last note. This was explained to the band at rehearsal and we've had a few runs through tweaking the directions - bit of acting from front row cornets and running on at end to play the last note late etc. I'm not sure whether this will come off but where's the difficulty in adding some simple band movements to a performance? Is it lack of practice or just people not wanting "to make fools" of themselves? At our recent Christmas concerts we've included Cornet by Candlelight where we have a table with lit candle and two chairs and the principal cornet then invites a female member of the audience to sit while he serenades her with the solo - just towards the end there's a break in the music and he gets out the mistletoe, gets a kiss or snog dependant on the victim. We also do the full beer kellar actions for Snow Waltz - left, right, forward, back, up and down (ala Bavarian Stompers). Both of these pieces get a great response from the audience. So do you do anything other than just play and what other pieces are suitable for some actions?