Pitter Patter Raindrops

“Pitter Patter Raindrops” is what started it all for Victoria Ashford. At the age of 4 years old, she mysteriously ended up on stage at a holiday park much to the amusement (or maybe the planning or encouragement) of her parents, to perform her favourite nursery rhyme. Giving the performance of her life (at that time) and then receiving the expected rousing applause for an adorable toddler who was brave enough to get on stage and perform, Victoria basked in her show of appreciation, well chuffed with herself and was then escorted off stage, back to her proud and beaming parents. With the thrill and exhilaration fresh in her mind and adrenaline coursing through her veins, she remembered clearly, even at that early age (and also years later, the exact feeling was replicated whilst in Performing Arts college, where she played a lead role in the play Widows by Ariel Dorfman), performing and acting was something she’d want in her life, forever.