Murder Mystery A Massive Success

Published 27 March

Performing Arts

A three-course Italian meal was served this week to guests by our Catering and Hospitality students while they were entertained by a second “Murder Mystery” performance, courtesy of our Performing Arts groups.

Dishes included traditional antipasti followed by other traditional Italian mains and desserts.

In the end, it was the chef who was “bumped off” by Becca the waitress who was sick of his roving hands and nasty temper. She “accidentally” poisoned him causing him to fall on his knife.

Giles Atkinson, Subject Sector Leader for Performing Arts, Media and IT, said: “The evening was a great opportunity for us to showcase the talents of students in two areas of the College who worked collaboratively as a team to produce the event.”

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