5 Dec 2014

Cats the musical London Palladium

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Yep. By now you will all know that the world wide theatrical sensation that is Cats the musical is BACK IN THE WEST END! Not only that but it is now starring former Pussy Cat Doll and all round singing phenomenon Nicole Scherzinger.

CATS opens for business at the London Palladium this weekend, following Andrew Lloyd Webber’s announcement in July that the show may well include a rapping cat.  Full  to the brim with excitement at both of these pieces of news, I responded the only way I knew how. With a gangsta rap. Check it yall!


Bar a few single tickets here and there, Cats is pretty much SOLD out until 2015! That is before the show has even begun it’s “limited run.” This goes to show there is a HUGE  demand for this musical in the West End…we do hope it extends/ transfers!



About the Author

Rebecca is a cheeky London lady with a love of theatre, cheese and wine (preferably all at the same time!) She graduated from Goldsmiths (University of London) with a First Class Honours degree in Drama and Theatre Arts and later went on to study for an NCTJ postgraduate diploma in Journalism.

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