Back to school for the third of three performances of this exciting mystery-thriller.
As expected, it was a lot slicker. Entrances and exits had been speeded up and clunky scenes had been smoothed out. It was more efficient all round and I was encouraged to see how much the children had gained in confidence.
In a few instances, the understudy was there in place of the main actor or vice-versa.
The plot was a little easier to follow second time around.
At the end there were emotional speeches by the children and teachers, and presentations of chocolates and flowers. You really have to admire these kids doing this with such energy for three nights in a row.