Tickets have gone on sale for the school’s upcoming musical production, Little Shop of Horrors.
Talented performers from Years 10-13 have spent months rehearsing for the showcase, which will be staged over three nights to a live audience in the school’s Lyceum Theatre from February 28th to March 2nd.
Little Shop of Horrors is a musical comedy horror about a florist shop worker who discovers his Venus Flytrap can talk.
Ms S Bishop, Highfields’ Head of Extra Curricular Performance, said: “It is a fantastic musical and one that I have personally wanted to stage at the school for a number of years.
“Rehearsals started in October and are going really well. We have different casts performing each night to showcase the incredible wealth of talent we have here at Highfields.
“It takes a lot of commitment and dedication to be part of our productions, with weekly rehearsals and some weekend rehearsals taking place over a number of months. Our cast, band and technical team will be continuing this hard work over the half term break, putting the finishing touches to what promises to be another fantastic show for the school.
“We’re delighted that tickets have now gone on sale and can’t wait for curtain-up. Please come along and show your support."
Little Shop of Horrors is the second musical production to be staged by Highfields in the 2018/19 academic year. The hugely successful Wizard of Oz was staged from November 7th - 10th and featured students from Years 7 to 9. Tickets for Little Shop Of Horrors are now on sale from the top floor LRC, costing £6 (£4 concessions).