Gallery: Macabre musical gives audience a rollercoaster night of theatre at Framlingham College

Pupils at Framlingham College wowed sell-out audiences with their production of ‘Little Shop of Horr

Pupils at Framlingham College wowed sell-out audiences with their production of Little Shop of Horrors - Credit: Archant

Students at Framlingham College wowed three sell-out audiences with their senior school production of the macabre musical Little Shop of Horrors.

Seb Treacy took the lead as downtrodden flower shop employee Seymour Krelborn whose fortunes take a turn for the better and his relationship with co-worker Audrey, played by Elizabeth Leaver, begins to blossom when he discovers a strange and interesting new plant.

When the plant – voice by Katie-May Collinson with Oli Catford as puppeteer – starts to speak and demand to be fed blood, the story takes a horror twist.

Jonathan Thorp played Audrey’s sadistic dentist boyfriend, George Coulson shop owner Mr Mushnik, with Lily Cartmell, Kitty Dunham, Lara Haddon, Emily Heldreich, Ella Hindley and Lois Scott as the wise-cracking Supremes.

Director Hugh Edwards said: “Little Shop of Horrors is a fun-filled, action packed rollercoaster ride of a show and requires a huge amount of energy to get right. I couldn’t be prouder of my cast.”


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