Newmarket’s Kings Theatre will be transformed into the Little Shop of Horrors when the curtain goes up on the latest Nomads production of Monday.
Director Andy McGowan said: “This brilliant musical is being put on by our older members who bring their experience and humour to the performance. It is a funny, witty show with some excellent musical numbers – a love story with a sinister twist coming from a plant whose catchphrase ‘feed me’ literally zaps the life out of one of the characters – it’s not to be missed. Who doesn’t want to see a singing plant?”
The Broadway and Hollywood sci-fi musical has become one of the most popular shows in the world, with the Little Shop of Horrors devouring hears of theatre goers for over 30-years.
The musical sees meek floral assistant Seymour Krelborn stumble across a new breed of plants he names after his co-worker crush, "Audrey II". Over time Seymour
With choreography by Jessica Clifford and musical direction by Simon Pearce, the show runs until Saturday with performances at 7.30pm.
Tickets (£12, £10 concessions) from the theatre.