You little horrors: school’s cultivated musical talent

Anyone who has attended New Addington‘s Salvation Army pantomimes at the ACA or the Dancing with Grace performances will know just how much performing talent the area has.

Yet more talent is on show on Wednesday and Thursday evening this week when Addington High presents Little Shop of Horrors, from 7pm at Fairchildes Avenue.

The show, with its limited cast size, is well suited to school performances. It also contains important lessons in life, with the giant, hungry plant, Audrey II, being a bit like a PFI in its destructive charm.

Tickets, though, are cheaper at £4 for adults and £2 for children.

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