The Little Shop of Horrors is a musical that was first performed in New York City and this show is sure to take you on the most amazing journey back to 1960. The horror comedy rock musical will be playing next week at the Ryde School and there will be three performances of the show. The Ryde School Senior School Musical is already promising to be an amazing event with the first show scheduled for Monday the 3rd of July with the other shows on Tuesday and Wednesday. Each of the shows will start at half past seven at night.
The Little Shop of Horrors is a horror comedy rock musical that was made by Alan Menken (composer) and Howard Ashman (writer). The story is about an employee in a shop that sells flowers who raises a plant that eats human flesh and blood. The musical is based on the 1960 black comedy movie bearing the same name.
The WPA Theatre, Cameron Mackintosh, David Geffen and Shubert Organisation in New York City were the first to produce the musical which happened at the Orpheum Theatre. This performance will be an amateur production and features authorised performance materials that were supplied by Music Theatre International Europe. It will be presented by arrangement with MTI. You can book your ticket for the show right now at £6 for learners and £12 for grownups.