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Little Shop of Horrors - One4Review

Little Shop of Horrors seems to be on the Fringe in at least one guise or another every Fringe, but that does not make it an easy show to sell as everybody and their Granny have seen it before so how to do it differently becomes as challenge, and challenges are what this company thrive on, if there is a twist available they’ll find it. Everyone must know the story, nerdy Seymour, James Lent, discovers a strange and mysterious plant that basically saves Mushniks flower shop from closing and brings him fame and the love of Audrey, Becky Brown, but at what cost? Unlike previous Hamstrings productions the depth of good singing voices was not so much in evidence this year but the two singers, Rachel Brown and Amy Dickinson were wonderful. The choreography was well thought out and added to the quality of the performance. Audrey II, Luke Conlon, was menacing and well worked and the expansion of the plant, although used in other shows I’ve seen still intrigues. Over all a well worthwhile show and good performance. ***

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