Performing Arts Enrichment students staged a double production of two of Agatha Christie’s stories during March: ‘Yellow Iris’ and ‘Personal Call’.
Personal Call is set in the mid 1950s and is centred around ghostly telephone calls received by a man seemingly from dead wife, while Yellow Iris is set in a glamorous 1930s hotel restaurant where a poisoning takes place.
Detective Hercule Poirot must solve the crimes and find each killer before they strike again.
The plays drew large and enthusiastic audiences for each performance, which were held at the college auditorium.
Well done to all the actors, everyone behind the scenes, and everyone else who worked so hard to make the performances a success!