Little Shop of Horrors extravaganza

CinePunked are delighted to be teaming up with Accidental Theatre and local drag queen Ms Cherrie On Top for a very special triple screening of cult musical Little Shop of Horrors.

Streaming live on 22nd July 2021, CinePunked’s Robert JE Simpson and Dr Rachael Kelly, along with broadcaster Steven Rainey. will be providing a live commentary track while ticketholders will also have the option to watch the film in its unadulterated form, or in a sing-along version.

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From its origins as a low-budget horror made by king of the B-pictures Roger Corman, to a hugely successful broadway musical and its subsequent big-budge cinematic adaptation starring Rick Moranis, Ellen Greene, Bill Murray and Steve Martin, Little Shop is nothing less than a phenomenon.

We’ll screen the film, unaltered and available to watch on the night or at your leisure for one week from 22nd July onwards.

A singing plant… a daring hero…a sweet girl… a demented dentist, and a local drag queen – Ms Cherrie On Top – it all adds up to one of the most outrageous singalong events of all time. Open wide and say Laaaa, as Outside The Lines bring the joy of sing-along screenings to your home with the hilarious Little Shop of Horrors.

Sing-along with Seymour, Audrey, and that mean green mother from outer space in this hilarious horror/thriller/comedy/musical flick with songs by Alan Menken and Howard Ashman, based on the off-Broadway musical hit.

This option gives you access to the live sing-a-long version of the event, compered by the brilliant Ms Cherrie On Top you can sing from the comfort of your couch/shower/drive-way. So sing as loud as you like!

In a special online watch-along live stream, the CinePunked team will be hosting an interactive commentary session for the film, discussing not just Frank Oz’s hit adaptation, but its earlier incarnations. Join the panel as they dive into the film, it’s history and feeding the soul of all us cinematic fans!

CinePunked has been exploring film via live events, podcasts and more since 2015.

Robert JE Simpson is a film historian, artist and broadcaster. He has written for various books and magazines on horror subjects, and is a former archivist for Hammer Films.  

Dr Rachael Kelly is an author and film theorist. She has a PhD in gender and film history and has watched far too many toga epics far too many times.

Steven Rainey is a writer and broadcaster based in Northern Ireland. Working for the BBC he has presented and produced programmes such as The Arts Show, Sound and Vision, and Cover to Cover. He currently presents a weekly current affairs programme every Sunday morning. He’s also written for a variety of publications, and is the co-author of the book Phil Taggart’s Slacker Guide to the Music Industry.

Audrey II in Little Shop of Horrors (dir. Frank Oz, 1986)

Live Stream Only
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Performance: Thursday 22nd July 2021
Starts: 8:00pm (BST)
Age Guidance: 15+
Run Time: 2 hours

Ticket Purchase:
Please book a ticket per person watching to avoid viewing issues.
£5 – ONLY THE FILM – a standard ticket that gives you access to the online film screening only. It will be available for one week from 22nd July onwards.
£7 – SING-A-LONG TICKET – a special ticket that gives you access to the live stream of the live sing-a-long on the night.
£7 – CINEPUNKED DISCUSSION TICKET – a special ticket that gives you access to the live stream of the live CinePunked Film panel discussion on the night.
£12 – ALL THE ABOVE TICKET – an special ticket that gives a little extra to the exceptional and hardworking artists creating the show and includes all the live streams & but also access to watch later versions as well.

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