Seaford’s Phenomenal Production of Les Misérables, School Edition

Les Misérables, School EditionSeaford College presented its biggest production ever last week with four spectacular performances of Les Misérables, School Edition. It was a gargantuan production that has been more than a year in the planning with many, many hours of incredibly hard work from all those involved.

Auditions started last September, with students from across the school keen to be a part of this triumphant musical. With cast and crew selected, the music rehearsals began in earnest last October, followed by the full rehearsals soon after. Continue reading

Little Shop of Horrors has Audiences Coming Back Night After Night

Adam Newman as Seymour, Eleanor Baker as Audrey and Max Jukes as MushnikThe Performing Arts students of Seaford College have done it again! Following on from their acclaimed production of Oh! What a Lovely War last year, they have taken a completely different direction with their latest show, Little Shop of Horrors. The musical, with book and lyrics by Howard Ashman and music by Alan Menken, tells the spine-chilling story of a man eating plant from outer space that takes up residence in a downtown florist’s shop. The cast gave a sparkling performance throughout, with Adam Newman as Seymour; Eleanor Baker as Audrey; Max Jukes as Mushnik; George Lawson as Orin; and Araminta Johannes, Joseph Alexander, Fergus Segrove, Tom Oldham and Andrea Aranda in supporting roles. Yolanda Gumpo, Lexie White and Jaime Pardey were sensational as the Continue reading

Seaford College Proudly Presents The Little Shop of Horrors

Little Shop of HorrorsSeaford College is pleased to announce that by kind permission of Joseph Weinberger Ltd the performances of this year’s senior musical production of Howard Ashman and Alan Menken’s Little Shop of Horrors are taking place on Thursday 5th, Friday 6th and Saturday 7th March, starting at 7.30pm in the Assembly Hall.

Admission is by programme, and these will be on sale in the Hollington Centre from 7pm on each of the performance evenings. The cost is £5.00 for adults and £3.00 concessions. We are also offering a pre-theatre dinner with wine on the Friday evening for £10.00 including the performance. Bookings for this can be made at

Following on from our highly successful production of Oh! What a Lovely War last year, we are venturing into a completely different style and genre. The show is packed with great songs and a few blood curdling surprises, but all ages are welcome to join in the fun.

As always, we look forward to seeing you and greatly appreciate your on-going support.