Pre-Christmas Fun in Hit Musical
the joys of Christmas seem to be getting too much then the University of
Leicester Theatre Society has an ideal antidote in the hit musical, Little Shop
of Horrors, to be performed from December 10-13, 2002.
black comedy about a giant man-eating plant that wants to take over the world
satirises science fiction, ‘B’ movies and even the Faust legend, whilst
creating unforgettable characters like Seymour (the loveable geek), the voice of
the plant, Audrey (the full sized Barbie doll with lisp) and the extraordinary
eccentric display of musical theatre is open to the public, with a special offer
to school parties.
heighten this experience for school students the University of Leicester Theatre
welcomes invitations to take a workshop group into schools and colleges before
the performance nights. They will reveal
production secrets, such as how the giant puppets are actually manipulated, and
students can see for themselves the results of hard work and fun in the theatre.
purchase of 50 student tickets by a school entitles it to a free workshop and
free performance tickets for accompanying teachers.
to the guaranteed popularity of this musical, members of the public and school
parties alike are urged to book as soon as possible.
Little Shop of Horrors will be performed from December 10-13, 2002 at 7.30pm in
The Queen’s Hall, Percy Gee Building, University of Leicester campus,
University Road, Leicester. Tickets are
priced at £5 (£3 University of Leicester Theatre members, £4 NUS and
concessions) and can be obtained from the University Bookshop, telephone 0116
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further information please contact Elaine Croft, University of Leicester Theatre
Music and Dance Co-ordinator, or Angela Holt, Marketing Officer,
email email@example.com, telephone 07764 481293.
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