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What's New Pussycat?

What's New Pussycat? (Musical) production archive for QTIX code T0822896307. Details of all What's New Pussycat? archived productions can be found under the QTIX code: S506684621

Archive Listings

8 Oct 21
14 Nov 21
Birmingham Repertory Theatre
Birmingham, West Midlands
Performance Details => Venue archive


What's New Pussycat? archiveIt's 1965 and ladies' man Tom Jones arrives in London with a broken heart, but he also has big dreams and a big voice. He quickly discovers an exciting world of mods and miniskirts, dancing and decadence, but most of all... incredible music. Romance and adventure await, but will Tom ever be reunited with his one true love, who seems more interested in designing for Carnaby Street than in being Mrs. Tom Jones? Get ready for music, mods and rocking romance in this brand-new musical comedy inspired by the classic Henry Fielding novel The History of Tom Jones.


Dominic Andersen (Tom Jones), Bronte Barbe (Mary Western), Ashley Campbell (Mr Partridge), Julius D'Silva (Lord Allworthy), Rebekah Hinds (The Girl in The Polka Dot Dress), Harry Kershaw (William Blifil), Kelly Price (Lady Bellaston), Melanie Walters (Mrs Western), Tom Francis (Ensemble), Naomi Katiyo (Ensemble), Lemuel Knights (Ensemble), David Mairs-McKenzie (Ensemble), Lisa Mathieson (Ensemble), Fallon Mondlane (Ensemble), Jena Pandya (Ensemble), Nathan Rigg (Ensemble), Owen Saward (Ensemble), Carrie Willis (Ensemble), Alison Driver (Ensemble)


Music(s): Tom Jones (songs), Matthew Brind (supervisior / orchestrator)
Author: Joe DiPietro (from the Henry Fielding's novel The History of Tom Jones - a Foundling)
Director(s): Luke Sheppard, Annelie Powell (casting), Priya Patel Appleby (assistant)
Choreographer: Arlene Phillips (Dame - DBE)
Design(s): Jon Bausor, Akhila Krishnan (video), Jack Valentine (assistant)
Costume: Janet Bird
Lighting(s): Howard Hudson, Charly Dunford (assistant)
Sound(s): Gareth Owen, Jowan Mead (assistant), Jowan Mead (assistant)
Musical Director(s): Josh Sood, Joe Beighton (assistant)
Other(s): Georgia Clegg (animator), Lawrence Watson (animator), Sam Cox (wig / hair and make-up), Simon Marlow (producution manager)


No UKTW or User reviews available.
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