The Agatha Christie Library has benefited from major structural refurbishments and technological investments. A significant proportion of the work was funded by donations from The Mousetrap Settlement Trust, which is itself primarily funded by the international royalties of Christie’s murder mystery play, The Mousetrap. Mathew was joined by Only Boys Aloud, who provided a special performance for benefactors to the library, college Governors, staff and students. Guests were also treated to performances by the college’s Acappella choir and Theatre Arts students, who marked the 125th anniversary of Christie’s birth with an enactment of scenes from The Mousetrap. Before unveiling a specially commissioned bust of Agatha Christie, Mr Prichard reflected on the library project and his family’s connection with UWC Atlantic College, saying, ‘I am proud to have been at least partly responsible for this library. It has been a wonderful experience to have been associated with UWC Atlantic College and its students - for the past 50 years.’ The refurbished library will act as an important learning and resource facility for future students at the college.