Little Shop of Horrors
Barton Peveril students performed Little Shop of Horrors to large audiences on 23rd and 24th January, in the College’s Rose Theatre. The students performed to over 100 local pupils from Wildern School and Crestwood Community School during a matinee performance, before performing to local residents, friends and family.
The College’s Performing Arts: Musical Theatre students performed their adaptation of the classic 1986 film to local residents, family and friends across both nights and were accompanied by the College’s Music students, who performed the production’s music live.
Former Crofton School pupil Peter Lavery spoke highly of his time in the production:
“Being in Little Shop of Horrors has been an unforgettable experience, doing such an amazing show with such a talented group of performers has helped me grow as an actor. I cannot wait for the next brilliant show at Barton Peveril.”
Speaking on the successful event, Subject Leader for Performing Arts Anneka Wass said:
“The students have worked really hard rising to the challenge of learning complex harmonies alongside developing their individual roles in the show. The show was fun, lively and full of energy and we are very proud of all students involved.”