Wigston College students perform yet another professional and polished performance

Little Shop of Horrors.  2nd – 4th March 2016

This year has again showcased how professional and driven our students are.


LITTLE SHOP OF HORRORS is a charming, kooky and hilarious 1960’s musical sci-fi spoof. With music by the legendary Alan Menken best known for his numerous Walt Disney film scores, it’s one of the longest-running off-Broadway shows of all time. The songs include an enjoyable mix of Rock and Roll, Doo-Wop and early Motown styles with tunes such as ‘Skid Row’, ‘Suddenly Seymour’ and ‘Somewhere That’s Green’ now firmly established as popular musical favourites.

As always, this year’s production is the result of three months of relentless hard work and commitment by our talented students. We salute their tireless dedication, energy, and enthusiasm and thank all cast and crew for making the preparation process such a fun and rewarding journey.

Richard Dacey,
Head of Performing Arts



Some of the comments left by audience members were…

“The cast were all amazing. It makes me very proud to be part of the Wigston College alumni”, Sean Wright

‘Absolutely brilliant. So professional. Amazed at all that talent. I will be back’,  Mr Warrington

‘Fantastic show. Fully enjoyed it with lots of laughs’,  Joe G

‘Wow, fantastic. Very professional, what talent’,  Liz King

‘Very enjoyable – well produced and performed. I had a great evening’,  Gaynor Swingler

‘What a brilliant show from start to finish. was absolutely spellbinding. Well done to all’,  Cllrs Rob and Linda Eaton