That Musical We Made is an honest and funny look at the making of a musical. Victoria Wood takes us behind the scenes of That Day We Sang, the film she wrote and directed. She shows us the whole process, skipping only the actual writing, which would be very dull to watch as it's mainly Victoria staring out at her bins. But the cameras have captured every other bit of the whole complicated process - from the first day of orchestral recording to the last shout of 'cut!' on a huge dance number. It's a fascinating look at the nuts and bolts of a big musical production, revealing how the choreography, musical arrangements and design all have to work together to tell the story. As well as exploring the inherent bonkersness of any work in progress - how does Michael Ball hang off a ladder while singing at the top of his voice, which is the best camera angle for a giant plastic prawn and do we have enough period braces for a whole orchestra - Victoria also looks at the real events which ...