Little Shop of Horrors full of future talent

PUBLISHED: 11:00 09 June 2015

Worle Community  School cast of the Little Shop of Horrors.

Worle Community School cast of the Little Shop of Horrors.


A GROUP of future West End stars put their acting and singing skills to the test during Little Shop Of Horrors.

Worle Community  School cast of the Little Shop of Horrors.Worle Community School cast of the Little Shop of Horrors.

Teenagers from Worle Community School got dolled up for the show and entertained a packed audience.

The play was organised by the school’s drama department and parents, friends and carers of the children involved were truly entertained.

The school’s drama teacher Becky Sanders said: “I am extremely proud of the students from Worle Community School in Little Shop Of Horrors.

“They have been extremely committed to the production and have really shown their talent in singing and performing.”

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