Promoting literature: Beaconhouse celebrates theatre 

North Nazimabad Cambridge staged a complex murder mystery enfolded with slapstick comedy


News Desk February 07, 2017

Beaconhouse O-level students showcased their theatrical prowess at their annual intra-school drama festival, hosted by the Beaconhouse, Gulshan Cambridge campus at Bahria Auditorium. Reflecting the psychological impact of war while combining dance and acting, Gulshan Cambridge opened the show with their act 'Death of an Angel' while the PECHS Campus portrayed the dark shades of survival, after the collapse of civilisation in their 'Adaptation of Zombie Apocalypse'. North Nazimabad Cambridge staged a complex murder mystery enfolded with slapstick comedy in 'The Play that goes Wrong' while Jubilee Campus performed 'The Oldfangled Echoes', displaying the hues of life and literature. Karachi commissioner Ejaz Ahmed Khan was the chief guest and lauded Beaconhouse's efforts for promoting literature and arts in the city.

Published in The Express Tribune, February 8th, 2017.

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