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little shopAunty Social are bringing affordable entertainment to Blackpool once more, with their latest offering from The Pop-up Picture House. After the success of the double-bill Halloween screening of Frankenstein (1931) and Nosferatu (1922) as part of last year’s Wordpool Literature festival, they return to support the event with another cinematic experience.

 

You are invited to come and sing-a-long to the cult classic, Little Shop of Horrors, wearing your best retro clothes. There will be prizes for the best dressed, so you can start planning your outfits now! You will be greeted at the venue by roller-usherettes (courtesy of Blackpool Roller Derby Team) who will whisk you to your seats, in the beautiful Pavilion Theatre at the Winter Gardens. Funds raised will  be donated to the Winter Gardens Trust and Aunty Social to help to pay for renovations to the historic landmark and provide more local events.

 

If you want to see a Little Shop, on a big screen, for a bargain price, then look no further! Tickets are now available for just £5 (plus processing fee). It takes place on Thursday 4th July at 7pm. What better way to celebrate American Independence Day?

Watch this to get you in the mood …

then get yourself Down Town, to Somewhere That’s Green and FEEEEEED MEEEE SEYMOUR!!!

 

Tickets for Little Shop of Horrors are available via the Aunty Social Eventbrite Page.

 

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