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Type de série: Original
Théâtre: Eventim Apollo (Londres - Angleterre)
Durée : 10 mois 3 semaines
Nombre : 375 représentations
Première Preview : lundi 29 juin 1998
Première : mardi 14 juillet 1998
Dernière : samedi 05 juin 1999
Mise en scène : Steven Pimlott
Chorégraphie : Aletta Collins
Avec : Phillip Schofield (Dr Dolittle), Bryan Smith (Matthew Mugg), James Paul Bradley/Samuel Carter-Brown/Darien Smith (Tommy Stubbins), Sarah Jane Hassell (Emma Fairfax), Peter Cellier (General Bellowes), John Rawnsley (Albert Blossom), Holli Hoffman (Chee-Chee), Peter Gallagher (Straight Arrow), Voice of Julie Andrews (Polynesia), Gary Forbes, Michael Gyngell, Drew Varley
Commentaires : With clever animatronic puppets from the Jim Henson studio, and a flying moth over the auditorium, this £4 million production was a satisfactory adaptation of the Rex Harrison/Anthony Newley film version, and provided ideal family entertainment for the best part of a year’s run.
Presse : CHARLES SPENCER of THE DAILY TELEGRAPH says "It is a warm and winning family show, and having expected to like Dolittle very little, I actually enjoyed it quite a lottle."

MICHAEL COVENEY of THE DAILY MAIL says "This may look like a low-rent Lion King, but it has its own wacky, very English charm."

DAVID BENEDICT of THE INDEPENDENT says, "If you have got kids - grab them and go."

MICHAEL BILLINGTON of THE GUARDIAN says, "Don't go expecting Chicago or Pal Joey. But, on its own terms, Doctor Dolittle is a wholly delightful family musical: ecologically sound, visually ravishing and genuinely charming."

MAX BELL of THE EVENING STANDARD says, "Animal magic makes the Doctor a winner."

ROBERT GORE-LANGTON of THE DAILY EXPRESS was not overly exited about the show saying; " There's lashings of special effects plus an impressive airborne finale. It doesn't really deserve it, but I've no doubt this show will become this summer's unmissable family outing."