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Want to be the cat that got the cream? Enter to win tickets
Exclusive to Weekend Notes readers we have TWO DOUBLE PASSES to win for Saturday 16th April, 8pm performance. To go into the draw, send an email, before 7th April, 2015, to email@example.com with CATS COMP in the subject line. In 25 words or less tell us, Your pet's name and why you chose that name.
Cats the Musical began when Andrew Lloyd Weber embarked on the creative and ingenious task of taking T.S. Eliot's individual comedic and lyrical poems, threading them into a story and bringing them to life with exquisite music and dance. The end result demonstrated the sheer brilliance of Andrew Lloyd Weber and was nothing less than magical.
It is easy to forget the actors in the musical are humans as the range of unique personalities of the cats are expressed with astounding authenticity.The variety and diversity of loveable feline traits are captured in the characters, including the aloof, regal, mischievous, graceful, curious, rebellious, elegant, dignified, timid, energetic, cheeky and naughty. There are shabby and tabby cats as well as old, wise, respected and dignified characters. Each cat works it's way into your heart and it is difficult to pick a favourite.
They say a cat has nine lives, well, Cats the Musical is on it's second life. Andrew Lloyd Weber planned to bring the musical back for a short season in London in 2014, but as a testament to it's timeless appeal, this family favourite has taken off again with huge success.
These numbers tell the story of this multi award winning show…... T.S. Eliot's original poems were written in the 1930's. Cats the Musical began in 1981 and has run for 34 years in over 30 countries. It has been translated into 15 languages and enjoyed by over 73 million people worldwide.
Don't miss the chance to see Cats at Perth Crown Theatre from 16th April to 8th May.