Following on from the huge success of our 2012 summer production of ‘Hairspray’, the same creative team are reuniting for Little Shop of Horrors, another musical that is sure to be a great night out for all ages. And as ever we’ve got special group discounts on offer to help you make the most of your visit to the Arts Centre.
The musical tells the tale of down and out Skid Row floral assistant Seymour, who becomes an overnight sensation when he discovers an exotic plant - the only problem is that it has very strange feeding habits! As the plant grows into a badly behaved R&B-singing carnivore everything that Seymour holds dear is threatened as its sinister agenda for global domination is revealed...
One of the longest-running Off-Broadway shows of all time, this award winning musical was also made into a hit film. An affectionate spoof of 1950s sci-fi movies, it features fantastic rock’n’roll and doo-wop music and is very, very funny! We’re pleased to once again to bring you another top quality show for all the family to enjoy. Just whatever you do – don’t feed the plant!
LITTLE SHOP OF HORRORS will be on all summer from Friday 26th July through to Saturday 31st August. Evening shows are from Tuesday to Saturday at 7.30pm each week with matinees on Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays at 2.30pm. There’s also an extra Family Performance on Bank Holiday Monday 26th August at 6pm.
We have a big discount on offer for groups of 8 or more at the following prices (held the same as last year): Advance bookings made before 1 June: £18 Bookings made 2 June and after £20
This is a saving of £7 from the full price, so it’s well worth getting a group together.
For individual ticket bookings, tickets for evening shows are £25 (£23) and for children £19.50; and for Matinees and Bank Holiday are £23 (£22) and children £19.50. Family Tickets are available for matinee and the Bank Holiday performances at £75 to cover 2 adults and two children.
We’ve also got special offer on tickets for the first three shows – all tickets for performances on Fri 26th and Sat 27th are just £15 so get in quickly for those as if last year is anything to go by they’re sure to go fast!
Seymour - James Gillan
Audrey - Sarah Earnshaw
Mr. Mushnick - Jimmy Johnston
Voice of Plant - Edward Baruwa
Audrey II Operator - Brett Shiels
Orin - Richard Hurst
Winos - Samantha Giffard, Owen Thompson, Steffan Harri and James Holdsworth
Ronettes - Mary Fox, Amy Coombes and Rachel Crane
With thanks to:
Aberystwyth Sports Centre: www.aber.ac.uk/sportscentre
Cambrian Tyres: www.cambriantyres.co.uk
Davmor Garage: www.davmorgarage.co.uk
Gwesty Marine Hotel: www.gwestymarinehotel.co.uk, www.aberholidaycottages.com
Hair and More
Lloyds Coaches: www.lloydscoaches.com
Mid Wales Travel: www.midwalestravel.co.uk
MW Scaffolding Limited: http://www.mwscaffolding.co.uk/
Nanteos Mansion: www.nanteos.com
Rhosyn Dela Florist
Stand Up the Musical: http://www.standupthemusical.com/
The Vale of Rheidol Railway: www.rheidolrailway.co.uk
The show contains scenes involving a man eating plant and a sadistic dentist, so may be unsuitable for very young children/vulnerable persons