Mushnik’s Flower Shop is open for business as the monster musical Little Shop of Horrors takes over Salisbury Playhouse with its feel-good mix of fun, flamboyance… and foliage.
Down and out shop worker Seymour becomes an overnight sensation when he raises a plant that feeds on fresh blood. Soon the plant is taking over the world and offering Seymour fame and fortune in exchange for feeding its growing appetite. Will Seymour win the heart of kooky shop assistant Audrey?
With a mixture of popular music styles – including rock’n’roll, doo-wap and Motown – Little Shop of Horrors is a charming and funny boy-meets-girl, plant-eats-world musical that never fails to entertain. But remember… DON’T FEED THE PLANTS!
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