On 11 February, a group of pupils from Form 4 and 5 performed an adaptation of Sophocles' Antigone at St Andrew's College, as part of the One Act Drama Festival. On that same night the awards ceremony was held, and we were presented with an award for Best Adaptation, and Aela O'Flynn won the well-deserved award for Best Actress. All in all it was a great experience for all of us, especially for those who hadn't had a chance to act in front of an audience before. We were delighted with how well the play went down after all the hard work that was put into it - most of all by Mr Milofsky, who wrote the adaptation himself. If it were not for his patience and constant motivation (mostly by means of Custard Creams) the entire production would have fallen apart. We must also thank Ms Browne for her support during the week of the play, and Paddy, who provided transport for us to St Andrew's College.