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Little Shop of Horrors - The Musical

1,000-3,000 baht/person

Period:09 Nov 2018 - 18 Nov 2018

Address:2884/2, New Petchaburi Rd., Bang Kapi, Huai Khwang, Bangkok 10310 Thailand

Service day:Everyday, Service hours: 14:00-17:30

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Official description

Little Shop of Horrors, the best-selling, cult classic Broadway musical is coming to Thailand! Featuring the famous music by composer Alan Mencken and lyrics by Howard Ashman, the hit comedy horror musical is about a florist who discovers a strange, exotic Venus flytrap that can speak with an appetite for human flesh, will be presented and performed in Thai. Translation is done by Narin Prasoppakdee, who has translated the Thai production of The Sound Of Music. The performance stars Jaruwat “Dome” Cheawaram, Pijika “Lookwa” Jittaputta and Chinawut Indracusin, who makes his stage debut.


Editorial Reviews

The Little Shop of Horrors, Thong Lor Art Space, Oct 15-Nov 2

This is not the musical, but a new play based on the 1960 horror-comedy about a man-eating plant that brings unexpected success to a struggling flower shop.

The play (and subsequent film) has been updated and adapted for Bangkok. The show stars Kris Sanguanpiyapand, Sasapin Siriwanij and Kongthorn Taecholarn, along with Ariya Theprangsrimankul, Kwin Bhichitkul and Praphaphan Suthirawut filling 19 additional roles. And, of course there’s a giant man-eating plant, constructed by James Laver.

The play is directed and written by British-born Stephen Thomas, who has extensive experience promoting Thai culture, co-emceeing puppet festivals in Amphawa and working extensively with The Harmony World Puppet Carnival on Rattanakosin Island.

The Little Shop Of Horrors is performed in Thai with English subtitles.


2884/2, New Petchaburi Rd., Bang Kapi, Huai Khwang, Bangkok 10310 Thailand

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