Fright Night – West Wing Supper

Written By: Lee Shao Xun

Edited By: Gabriel Lim

Fright Night – West Wing Supper

On Tuesday night, droves of West Wingers made their way down to the dining hall for the Halloween West Wing Supper – where they had a great night of food, games and performances.

West Wing was really pumped up for this event.

West Wing was really pumped up for this event

Organised by the block committees of Blocks E, F and G/H, this year’s West Wing supper saw the dining hall decorated to send stray lingering chills trawling down your spine. Chains of paper bats and spiders hung aloft, and jack-o-lanterns gave the venue an eerie yet warmly welcoming glow.

This supper helped to lighten us up after recent mid-terms

This supper helped to lighten us up after recent mid-terms

Lovingly prepared by the respective block committees, the food was also had a thematic spin to it. Amongst the wide array of snacks were potato salad, agar-agar and spaghetti – each prepared with a twist to suit the occasion.

KEVIIans were dying for a taste of these

KEVIIans were dying for a taste of these

They tasted eggscellent!

They tasted eggscellent!

The gathered crowd was roused when the emcees took to the stage and introduced the performances.

Hayden, Jing Yee and Hannah

Hayden, Jing Yee and Hannah

First up was a duet by Nicholas and Yong Wei, who got the mood going with soulful renditions of Chinese ballads.

do u even vocals

This was followed by Other Nicholas (on keys) and company (vox), who ran through a snazzy set list, culminating in a melodic pop-funk mash-up.

As the performers departed to the sound of raucous applause, the emcees kicked off some games that got the crowd up on their feet, eager to sabo the unlucky chaps (or couples) onto stage.

To their credit, and for our entertainment, these KEVIIans gamely mummified each other, bobbed for apples and ran the risk of a brainfreeze.

He seems to be a bit tied up at the moment

He seems to be a bit tied up at the moment

In the heart of the KE savannah, local wildlife quench their thirst at this watering hole

In the heart of the KE savannah, local wildlife quench their thirst at this watering hole

System error: brainfreeze

System error: brainfreeze

T’was truly a night of spook-tacular fun.

boo

All photographs courtesy of KE Vision

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