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Little Shop Of Horrors | New Theatre Cardiff




Wow... just wow! Without a doubt the best show I've seen in a long time. The cast which includes Rhydian Roberts as the sadistic dentist are superb. This production of Little Shop Of Horrors will delight any fan of the 1986 cult musical directed by Frank Oz. Each song is delivered with amazing vocals and whether your familiar with the soundtrack or are experiencing the show for the first time, the songs will be stuck in your head for the rest of the night!
Stephanie Clift and Sam Lupton are perfectly cast as Audrey and Seymour and their show stopping performance of Suddenly Seymour will send a shiver down your spine. We are all aware of the huge vocal talent Rhydian possesses due to his appearance on X Factor and his acting and comedy skills are as equally outstanding as that voice we are all familiar with. 

Huge credit must also be given to the puppetry and technical team involved in the show, the stage is incredible and the guys which operate Audrey 2 are flawless with perfect timing making the most convincing man eating plant from outer space you'll ever see.

So you been warned, miss this and you miss out! Grab a ticket today and go see one of the best shows to grace the New Theatre stage. It ticks every box for a great night out. 
Little Shop Of Horrors is at Cardiffs New Theatre until October 8th

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