Halloween scares and smiles at creepy colleges

Halloween scares and smiles at creepy colleges

Colleges up and down the country got into the Halloween spirit this year with a host of spooky activities.

From left: level three BTec performing arts learners Kerrie-Alice Brown, aged 18, Charlotte Flood, 16, Beth Coxon, 16, George Hargrave, 18, and Chloe Lee, 17, outside Attingham Park

From left: level three BTec performing arts learners Kerrie-Alice Brown, aged 18,
Charlotte Flood, 16, Beth Coxon, 16, George Hargrave, 18, and Chloe Lee, 17, outside Attingham Park

Among them were Stoke on Trent College theatrical make-up students challenging two local DJs to create a monstrous makeover.

Andy Cook and Louise Stones, from the Signal 1 Breakfast Show, got to grips with a number of industry techniques, including a crash course in creating 3D cuts and blood and gore.

Meanwhile, zombies, ghosts and ghouls possessed the bodies of Shrewsbury College learners for a night-time scare-fest.

Performing arts and media students took up residence at Attingham Park, an 18th Century mansion, to spook visitors.

Main pic: From left: Stoke on Trent College level three theatrical media-make-up students Stephanie Spruce, aged 17, and Kelly Deakes, 22, with DJ’s Louise Stones and Andy Cook