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VenueNew Wimbledon Theatre
Other spaces: New Wimbledon Studio, Time and Leisure Studio
TownOuter London
CountyGreater London
From19th November 2004
To4th December 2004
WhenMon-Sat 19:30. Thu,Sat Mats 14:30
PricesFrom £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.
Author Andrew Lloyd Webber
Author Trevor Nunn
Author Richard Stilgoe

Archive :: production:T02090266164, musical:S1460, venue:V341

Production details


Special Performances

  • 1 Dec 04 Sign Interpreted

UKTW News/Reviews


User Reviews

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


Producer David Ian (for [Clear Channel Entertainment])
Director Trevor Nunn
Choreographer Gillian Lynne
Design John Napier
Performer Thao Vilayvong (Bill Bailey)
Performer Emma Tunmore (Bombalurina)
Performer Patrick Clancy (Bustopher Jones/Asparagus/Growltiger)
Performer Paul Farrell (Carbucketty)
Performer Summer Straller (Cassandra)
Performer Joe Ryan (Coricopat)
Performer Barbara King (Demeter)
Performer Chrissie Hammond (Grizabella)
Performer Rebecca Vere (Jellylorum)
Performer Sally Bayes (Jemima)
Performer Karen Clegg (Jenny Anydots)
Performer David Hulston (Macavity/Admetus)
Performer Tom Dwyer (Mungojerrie)
Performer Norman Bowman (Munkustrap)
Performer Nicholas Pound (Old Deuteronomy)
Performer Guy-Paul Ruolt (Quaxo/Mistoffelees)
Performer Katy Jo Howman (Rumpleteazer)
Performer Stuart Ramsey (Rum Tum Tugger)
Performer Matthew Cole (Rumpus/Alonzo)
Performer Matthew Gould (Skimbleshanks)
Performer Madeleine Harland (Tantomile)
Performer Emily Anderson (Victoria/White Cat)
Performer Nicholas Charters (Swing)
Performer Stori James (Swing)
Performer Ben Tribe (Swing)
Performer Adrian Edmeades (Swing)
Performer Karen Williams (Swing)
Performer Amy Richardson (Swing)
Performer Sally Whitehead (Swing)

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