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|Venue||New Wimbledon Theatre|
|Other spaces: New Wimbledon Studio, Time and Leisure Studio|
|From||19th November 2004|
|To||4th December 2004|
|When||Mon-Sat 19:30. Thu,Sat Mats 14:30|
|Prices||From £12.00. To £32.00. |
|What is currently on at New Wimbledon Theatre (V341)|
Song and dance based loosely on the T.S.Elliot poems Old Possum's Book of Practical Cats
. The plot is that all the cats are gathering for the Jellicle Ball at which one will be bestowed with an extra life. All the performers are cats in a outsize alley which takes over the whole auditorium. The show has a loose story but is essentially a series of pieces about the individual cats, their personalities and their lives. During the interval there is a chance for younger members of the audience to meet a cat and get an autograph. Time Out called it the dancing moggie show
Archive :: production:T02090266164, musical:S1460, venue:V341
- 1 Dec 04 Sign Interpreted
USER (06Nov04): ive only been to see the show once but seen on dvd plenty of times its great!
USER (23Oct04): 23 Oct 04 - I've only seen Cats once but I have watched it on DVD countless times and I'm hooked. My grandchildren at 2 & 6 also love it. I'm Taking my 6 year old G/daughter to Wimbledon to see it. Stu Ramsay is a fab RumTumTugger.
USER (04Oct04): I've seen cats three times and am a BIG fan of the show. I have to say that Guy-Paul is the BEST Mistoffelees ever!!
USER (23Jul04): It will be just facinating having the show back at list for a short time
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