The Winston Churchill School
Performing Arts Faculty
Little Shop of Horrors
Rhoda McGaw Theatre
Tickets now on sale
Show detailed Synopsis
The Winston Churchill School are delighted to present 'Little Shop of Horrors' at the Rhoda McGaw Theatre this January. Join us as an incredible team of students produce one of musical theatres all-time favourite shows.
A florist's assistant, Seymour Krelborn is catapulted to fame and fortune after stumbling on a curious plant he names 'Audrey II' after his love interest. After convincing his boss and wannabe father Mr. Mushnik to display the plant in the store window things take a sinister turn as the small business in Skidrow finds success. It quickly becomes apparently that this soul singing fly trap is more than it appears as it begins to claim credit for Seymour's sudden success... as long as he feeds it blood!
Having enjoyed successful runs on Broadway and the West End, Little shop has thrilled theatre goers for over 30 years. With Howard Ashman and Alan Menken behind the wheel of a fantastically macabre book and lyrics, the students of Winston are keen to show you their rendition of one of the world's most popular musicals.
Interesting Stats and Facts
With a cast and crew of over 250, this is easily The Winston Churchill School's most ambitious show to date.
Students have been involved in every level of the production's conception, from the business elements to concept art, public relations, Choreography and technical design.
After three years of being away from the theatre, The Winston Churchill School are delighted to be returning to the Rhoda McGaw to continue a long tradition of the school production.
Shows you don't want to miss
Saturday 21st January 2023: Join us on our final night for a final performance and celebration of the production.
Tickets for all performances are priced at Adults: £12.50
Preview night (Tuesday 17th Jan) is £8.50