photographers from around the world to discuss their ideas and successes. Future State sessions will also be hosted featuring representatives from companies including Google, Netflix, Uber, Atlassian, Facebook and Airbnb. Little Shop of Horrors Resistance is useless, earthlings. Little Shop of Horrors is back and roaring for warm blood. I doubt it will be denied. To recap: after an unusual atmospheric disturbance, lovable loser Seymour Krelborn (Brent Hill) stumbles on a weird plant and brings it back to the drooping Skid Row florist’s shop where he works alongside another of life’s punching bags, self-sabotaging Audrey (Esther Hannaford). The plant soon reveals itself to be carnivorous, rapaciously so. What could possibly go wrong? Director Dean Bryant brings out a surprisingly deep well of emotion and immediacy, the designs and choreography are pitch-perfect, and Erth Visual & Physical Inc has come up with a delicious monster. Canberra Theatre, Civic Square London Circuit, Canberra. Today, 2pm and 7.30pm. Tickets: $65$113. Bookings: (02) 6275 2700 or online. Ends tomorrow.