Published on May 18th, 2015 | by Allan Brown0
Live Live Cinema: The Little Shop of Horrors
This June, witness Roger Corman’s 1960s cult classic ‘The Little Shop of Horrors’ like you’ve never seen it before!!
So what’s the new spin and who are Live Live Cinema?
Well, while the original 1960s film is screened, four exceptional performers will take to the stage below to provide an inventive live soundtrack composed by Leon Radojkovic. Simultaneously, the troupe of stellar actors and musicians will bound tirelessly from guitar and piano to doorbell and dentistry drill, as they not only bring wonderfully imaginative live sound effects to the proceedings, but re-voice the on-screen antics of Dick Miller and a young Jack Nicholson, perfectly lip-syncing them to create a unique and truly captivating live cinematic experience. The question is; where will you look?
Live Live Cinema is produced by New Zealand Company Jumpboard Productions who will be touring their latest show in the UK this June. For more information on where you can catch this unmissable Live
Live Cinema experience, follow the links below.
10-13 June – Warwick Arts Centre
Tickets: 10th June £15 (£13/£11) and 11th-13th June £18 (£16/£11)
Time: 10-13th June 7.30pm and 13th June 2.30pm
14 June – Cambridge Arts Theatre
Tickets: £25 (£20/£15)
17 June – The Stables, Milton Keynes
Tickets: £22.50 (£21)
21 June – Milton Court Concert Hall, Barbican
Tickets: £20 (£16)
23 June – The Sage, Gateshead
24 June – Festival Theatre, Edinburgh
Tickets: £17.50 (£14.50)