Theatre |
1st July 2013 – 4th July 2013

Performance dates & times: 1st, 2nd, 3rd, 4th July 7.30pm. Click on view performances & book tickets to book. 

Following last year’s highly successful production of We Will Rock You, Kirkbie Kendal School will be presenting the popular production of Little Shop of Horrors at the Brewery.

A show that began life in a tiny off-Broadway venue in the early 1980s has become a cult comedy musical because the show has such an enormous heart.

For anyone unfamiliar with the story, it's essentially a sci-fi retelling of the Faust legend illustrating the perils of selling one's soul to a vegetable. Timid young florist Seymour pines for shop assistant Audrey, but must prise her from the clutches of a motorcycle-riding dentist. The answer is a green mutation that feeds on human flesh, though Seymour's troubles really begin when there is no longer enough flesh to go round.

A cult musical that strikes the right note to deliver a hugely entertaining show for all the family.


1st July 2013 – 4th July 2013

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