“Little Shop of Laughters”….
Tuesday 3rd December 2013
Audiences are in for a treat later this week when the curtain goes up on this term’s senior drama production of ‘Little Shop of Horrors’. The show is bubbling with fun, merriment and energy and it seems set to have audience laughing in the aisles (that’s if the cast can keep straight faces at some of the ridiculous goings-on).
‘Little Shop of Horrors’ tells the story of geeky Seymour Krelborn, played by Queen Anne’s pupil Rosie Dart, U5, who discovers a “strange and interesting plant”. The trouble is that this “strange and interesting plant” has an insatiable appetite for human flesh! But, despite its gory title and gruesome theme, ‘Little Shop of Horrors’ is a spoof of a low-budget 1950s Hollywood horror movie and it’s good, all round family entertainment.
The girls involved in the show have worked incredibly hard and the cast, a mixture of girls from L5 to U6, have become a very tight and supportive team. Do come along and support their efforts on Thursday, Friday or Saturday at 7.30 in the PAC. Forget all your end of term tiredness and let dramaramaland entertain you for a couple of hours with some good old fashioned silliness with their “Little Shop of Laughters”!
Written by Mr Rhodri Punter, Head of Drama
Performances of ‘Little Shop of Horrors’ will take place on Thursday 5 – Saturday 7 December at 7.30pm in the PAC