The third and fourth years presented a double-bill of theatre this year; first up we had James Saunders’ Over The Wall, described by director Mr May as a “theatrical amuse bouche”. This dark comedy about islanders surrounded by a mysterious wall with one rebel determined to find out what’s in the other side was the perfect piece of surreal fun to open the evening, with the actors bringing some very creative theatrical choices to the story.

Next up was Shakespeare’s chaotic comedy Twelfth Night. Mr Phillips decided to give us a juxtaposing Florida-at-Christmas setting, which the Amey Theatre team put onstage with great flair. The actors rose to the challenge superbly and presented two riotous evenings of festive-in-the-sun fun and frolics which the audiences enjoyed immensely.

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