We are very excited to welcome audiences to experience our production of Little Shop of Horrors at The Kenton Theatre from Wednesday 18th March 2020. We realise that the Coronavirus (COVID-19) updates may be on the minds of many. The Committee of Reading Operatic Society has been closely monitoring developments surrounding COVID-19, taking into account UK Government Guidance. As of 14th March 2020, advice is that there is no medical justification for event cancellation or postponement.
We are aware that details surrounding the outbreak are changing frequently. The Cast, Crew, Creative Team and Committee have put a large amount of effort into the production. Our main priority is of course the health and safety of all those involved in putting the production together as well our audience members.
Please rest assured, that should there be any updates or changes, we will continue to update you via our Social Media Channels and Mailing List. Our cast and crew are looking forward to the get in and band call on Sunday, leading into our show week next week.
We continue to monitor the developments, taking into account public health guidance to provide a safe and enjoyable production for all.
Reading Operatic Society Committee
With music from Alan Menken (Disney’s The Little Mermaid, Beauty and The Beast, and Aladdin), we’re sure that there will be plenty of songs to keep you humming for weeks after!
Want to find out more about our production?
- Watch a video interview with Angie B and our creative team and cast
- Listen to a teaser of the cast singing Little Shop of Horrors
- Read an article on the Henley Herald, Reading Chronicle or Wokingham Paper
- Listen again on Marlow FM to Nicky Jaggar and Thomas Joy being interviewed by Bridget Biggar
There is less than a week until our opening night of Little Shop of Horrors! A reminder that we have a few offers available. If you haven’t bought your tickets yet? What are you waiting for!
- Opening night (18th March), £14 all seats
- Saturday Matinee (21st March), £17 all seats
- Tickets for the remaining evening performances are £17 (concessions) and £19 (adults)