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Talented students set to perform Little Shop of Horrors at Stoke Newington School

PUBLISHED: 10:52 12 December 2018

Stoke Newington School students are performing in Little Shop of Horrors this week. Photo by Stoke Newington School

Stoke Newington School students are performing in Little Shop of Horrors this week. Photo by Stoke Newington School

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While most people are rushing around preparing for seasonal festivities, students at Stoke Newington School have been busy rehearsing for their upcoming production of Little Shop of Horrors.

Stoke Newington School students are performing in Little Shop of Horrors this week. Photo by Stoke Newington SchoolStoke Newington School students are performing in Little Shop of Horrors this week. Photo by Stoke Newington School

Meek flower shop assistant Seymour Krelborn spends his days doing menial tasks whilst pining for co-worker Audrey.

One day, after a total eclipse of the sun, he discovers an unusual plant which he names Audrey II, but little does he know, this plant is about to change his life.

Head of Drama Liam Stewart said: “Our talented cast includes students from aged between 11 and 18, all working very hard together to ensure we can end the term on a high.

“It’s been tough work, but it’s great to see the students supporting each other; I think some great friendships have been made along the way.”

Shows take place tonight, tomorrow and Friday. Doors 7pm. Ticket prices: Adult £6, child £4 available at stokenewingtonschool.co.uk.

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