Talented actors at Rydal Penrhos battled it out for bragging rights at a special event before the Easter break.
A host of pupils descended on the Rick Maple Drama Studio on Wednesday, April 5 for the annual Intermediate inter-house competition, which produced a number of exceptional performances.
The plays were judged by former pupils Lydia Dickson and Alex Rowlands, who took time out of their university holidays to run the rule over the current stars at the school.
After a competitive afternoon Osborn were given the title of best play thanks to their tale surrounding a pair of couples in a restaurant, with the likes of Cerys Cuddihy, Teddy Roberts and Zahra Shamsi shining in what was a comical and dramatic tale.
Not to be outdone, Payne house were given the best acting title for their fantastic play around scandal at a summer fete, with outstanding performances from Sydney Johnson, Kevin Farrell and Tegid Goodman-Jones, who produced a hilarious effort as the drunk, jilted cub scout leader.
English and Drama teacher Fiona Earle, said: “It was another competition where all pupils put in a smashing effort and the standard was really high throughout.
“Well done to all who took part and it was great to see Alexa and Lydia back at Rydal Penrhos, where they continue to inspire the next generation.”