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Type de série: Revival
Théâtre: Palladium Theatre (Londres - Angleterre)
Durée : 4 mois 2 semaines
Nombre :
Première Preview : samedi 06 décembre 2014
Première : jeudi 11 décembre 2014
Dernière : samedi 25 avril 2015
Mise en scène : Trevor Nunn
Chorégraphie : Gillian Lynne
Avec : Nicole Scherzinger (Grizabella, to 7 Feb 2015), Kerry Ellis (Grizabella from 9 Feb 2015), Cameron Ball (Macavity/Admetus), Kathryn Barnes (Tantomile), Cassie Clare (Cassandra), Ross Finnie (Skimbleshanks), Charlene Ford (Bombalurina), Adam Lake (Alonzo), Paul F Monaghan (Bustopher Jones/Asparagus/Growl Tiger), Joel Morris (Carbucketty), Natasha Mould (Jemima), Benjamin Mundy (Coricopat), Joseph Poulton (Quaxo/Mistoffelees), Nicholas Pound (Old Deuteronomy), Sophie Ragavelas (alternate Grizabella), Clare Rickard (Jellylorum/ Griddlebone), Adam Salter (Bill Bailey), Laurie Scarth (Jennyanydots), Hannah Kenna Thomas (Victoria/White Cat), Callum Train (Munkustrap), Zizi Strallen (Demeter) and Dawn Williams (Rumpleteazer) who are joined by swings Ryan Gover, Barry Haywood, Alice Jane, Grace McKee, Dane Quixall and Libby Watts
Presse : "Has the show dated since 1981? Aside from some tinny electronic sounds, not really. Is that because it's timeless? I don’t think so. Cats is actually a classy species of panto - fluffy, shiny, just about perfect for this time of year." Dominic Cavendish for The Telegraph

"The anthropomorphised felines, in their spandex leotards and furry leg warmers, still prowl the aisles and glare in the eyes of the punters but the show, with its trademark junkyard set by John Napier, feels less like a prototype immersive experience and more like a weird through-sung-and-danced revue ..." Paul Taylor for The Independent

"It is all performed with great commitment, the dancing is excellent and Nunn’s direction gives a diffuse show a carnivalesque unity. But, while Cats is enjoyable in itself, I’m not convinced it led musicals in the right direction." Michael Billington for The Guardian

"While Cats can’t mask the degree to which it’s rooted in the Eighties, it is a genuinely opulent ensemble piece with a surprising undercurrent of surrealism." Henry Hitchings for The Evening Standard

"In X Factor jargon, Miss Scherzinger nailed it, her low voice almost gasping with emotion, harmonising briefly with another singer before seizing back her solo and clinching it with lusty, self-discovering power. Meow meow meow!!" Quentin Letts for The Daily Mail


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