Full cast announced for Andrew Lloyd Webber’s Cats

The 2014 London Palladium cast of Cats, Photo credit Alessandro Pinna (2)

As previously announced, Beverley Knight is to star in Andrew Lloyd Webber’s musical Cats to play the role of Grizabella. Returning to the London Palladium from 23rd October 2015 for a strictly limited 11 week season, Cats is booking until 2nd January 2016.

As rehearsals begin for the season, the cast joining Beverley Knight (Grizabella) at the London 1. Beverley Knight (Grizabella) photo Matt CrockettPalladium comprises Jack Butterworth (Rumpus/Alonzo), Danielle Cato (Cassandra), Javier Cid (Macavity/Admetus), Luke Cinque-White (Carbucketty), Emma Lee Clark (Bombalurina), Jon-Scott Clark (Bill Bailey), Gabrielle Cocca (Tantomile), Harry Francis (Mungojerrie), Tarryn Gee (Jemima), Evan James (Skimbleshanks), Matt Krzan (Munkustrap), Georgie Leatherland (Rumpelteazer), Adam Linstead (Old Deuteronomy), Paul F Monaghan (Gus/Growltiger/Bustopher Jones), Jane Quinn (Jennyanydots), Mark John Richardson (Quaxo/ Mistoffelees), Clare Rickard (Jellylorum), Jordan Shaw (Pouncival), Hannah Kenna Thomas (Victoria/ White Cat), James Titchener (Coricopat), Marcquelle Ward (Tugger) and Anna Woodside (Demeter). They are joined by Megan Armstrong, Lindsay Atherton, Lucy Brushett, Oliver Ramsdale, Alex Pinder and Barry Haywood as swings.

Based on T. S. Eliot’s Old Possum’s Book of Practical Cats, Cats returned to the West End in December last year (2014) in a sell-out season reuniting the original creative team – Director Trevor Nunn, Associate Director and Choreographer Gillian Lynne, Designer John Napier and Composer Andrew Lloyd Webber. Previously Nicole Scherzinger and then Kerry Ellis played the role of Grizabella at the Palladium, whilst Jane McDonald recently played the role of Grizabella in an eight-week season at Blackpool Opera House.

Tickets for Cats start from £20, with top price seats at £59.50 and children’s tickets at half price for Monday to Thursday performances.

Visit www.catsthemusical.com/london to book tickets.

Images: Alessandro Pinna, Matt Crockett

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