Little Shop of Horrors—with candy!

  It’s the perfect Hallowe’en show: Little Shop of Horrors.  More than just costumes, it has a scary plant that grows from an almost cuddly seedling into a malevolent monster that measures two metres tall and eats people.  The show is a great sci-fi spoof, full of comedy and good music.
  And there’s a sweet bonus.  Kids (young and old) who come to the Saturday and Sunday performances in a Hallowe’en costume (but no mask) will get a candy treat.  It’s good Hallowe’en fun.  (Suggested audience: PG 10)
  ACT’s five performances of Little Shop of Horrors are presented at the beautiful new Florence Simmons theatre of Holland College, from the 27th to 30th of October: on Thursday, Friday and Saturday evenings (7:30) plus matinees (2:30) on Saturday and Sunday.  The treats are a bonus for the Saturday evening and both afternoon shows.
  Tickets ($28 and $25) are sold online at www.ticketpro.ca.  There is no HST charge.  A portion of the price is contributed to Holland College’s Florence Simmons Scholarship fund.  Some tickets may be available at the door (if there is not a sell-out).
  Information: 902-628-6778, robthomson @ pei.sympatico.ca.

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