Invasion of the college zombies hits Bath
The centre of Bath was invaded by zombies this afternoon in an event to bring together college students at the start of a new academic year.
Zombie Apocalypse saw scores of City of Bath College students involved in a parade of the un-dead, with street performances along the way.
Arranged by the college’s Tempa (technology, entertainment, media, music, performing arts) department, the stunt had begun with an alarm being sounded at the city centre campus and an announcement from principal Matt Atkinson, asking staff and students to evacuate the building.
Once outside the Avon Street campus, the students will be met by others dressed as zombies and be offered the chance to become ‘zombiefied’ by having their make-up done by hair and beauty students.
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There will also be an opportunity for them to learn how to walk and act like a zombie in a ‘zombie tutorial’ – all taking place to the backdrop of Michael Jackson’s classic Thriller track.
Lecturer James Purslow, who has arranged the event, said: “The Zombie Apocalypse is a fun event to bring together students from across the college.
“Tempa students will be at the heart of the production, with performing arts students dressed as zombies and media students helping with publicity in the build-up to the event.
“It will also see different college departments getting involved, including our hair and beauty students, who will be ensuring we have the most realistic zombies around.
“The afternoon promises to be great fun for not just our students and staff but also hopefully people in Bath city centre.”