Little Shop of Horrors
This Autumn we will be performing the rock musical Little Shop of Horrors, at Leighton Park Theatre in Shinfield, Reading.
The hilarious yet slightly scary musical comedy written by the Disney duo of Alan Menken and Howard Shaman, stars a blood-thirsty man-eating plant, a shy shop assistant called Seymour, and Audrey, the object of Seymour's affections. The blood-sucking plant 'Audrey 2' brings fame, misfortune and chaos to Seymour and all the inhabitants on Skid Row.
This 1960s style rock and pop musical includes the well-known songs, 'Somewhere that's Green', 'Suddenly Seymour', 'Downtown' and 'Little Shop of Horrors'.
Join us at Leighton Park Theatre this October and scream for Halloween!
Performances from 7.30pm, 24th - 27th October 2018 with a 2.30pm matinee on Saturday 27th October. Leighton Park Theatre, Shinfield Road, Reading, RG2 7DE.
- Seymour Gareth Wells
- Audrey Lorraine Cox
- Audrey II Steve Jewell
- Mushnik Brian Bretney
- Orin Chris Reeves
- Crystal, Ronnette, Chiffon Emily Hutchings, Helen Thomas, Jessamy Vincent
- Miss Luce Louise Quelch
- Mr Bernstein Chris Thomas
- Skip Snip Matt Smith
- Mr Martin Joshua Bethel
- Puppeteers Stephen Cox, Claire Wilson
- Chorus Joshua Bethel, Millie Criddle, Stephen Cox, Dean Davis, Kelly Herman, Louise Quelch, Hannah Scarsbrick-Rowe, Denise Schult, Michael Schult, Charlie Scott, Matt Smith, Chris Thomas, Claire Wilson.
Tickets are on sale and available from online here.
Prices: £15 adult, £13 concessions (£10 Saturday evening). Tickets 3 for 2 on Wednesday evening. Group discount, 20% off for 10+.
There are lots of opportunities to get involved with the show without being part of the cast. There are lots of backstage roles available including lighting, stage crew or front of house. If you would like to find out more you can contact us via our membership form or contact our membership secretary Anne Lowder on 0118 972 4464.
Transport yourself back with Sainsbury Singers to the dark, smoky streets of 19th Century London where the evil Edward Hyde is wreaking havoc among the unwitting populace.
Robert Louis Stevenson's classic tale comes to life in this musical version where Dr Henry Jekyll experiments furiously in his laboratory to cure his father's mental illness by trying to separate man's evil nature from good. He tries to allay the fears of his fiancee Emma but unleashes a murderous alter ego with terrible consequences.
Join us at the region's leading venue, The Hexagon, Reading on 15-18 May 2013, for this tale of Victorian love, values and horror.
About Jekyll & Hyde
Jekyll & Hyde was conceived for the stage by Steve Cuden and Frank Wildhorn. The book and lyrics are by Double Oscar and Grammy Award winner Leslie Bricusse and the music by Broadway composer Frank Wildhorn. Orchestrations are by Kim Scharnberg and arrangements by Jason Howland.