Emma Hatton and Jeremy Secomb to star in CATS

Kilworth House Theatre are delighted to announce the cast for their brand new production of Andrew Lloyd Webber’s CATS directed and choreographed by NICK WINSTON ( Fame / Annie / Rock Of Ages).

Leading the company will be EMMA HATTON (Evita / Wicked) as Grizabella; JEREMY SECOMB (Sweeney Todd / Les Miserables) as Old Deuteronomy; ALASTAIR POSTLETHWAITE (So You Think You Can Dance / Swan Lake) as Mr Mistoffolees and SASHA WOODWARD (The Greatest Dancer) as Victoria.

This will be the first non-replica production of the mega-musical in the U.K. since it’s West End premiere in 1981, reuniting the creative team behind Kilworth’s 5-star production of Guys & Dolls and promises to be something special, with breathtaking choreography and a stunning design.

The complete cast are HELEN ANKER (Promises, Promises – Broadway) as Jellyorum | SOPHIE CAMBLE (Chess) as Demeter | ADRIAN GROVE (Follies) as Gus / Bustopher Jones | EMMA HATTON (Evita) as Grizabella | MATTHEW MALTHOUSE (Matilda) as Skimbleshanks | SAM MURPHY (42nd Street) as Munkustrap | OLIVER ORMSON (The Book Of Mormon) as Rum Tum Tugger | ALASTAIR POSTLETHWAITE (So You Think You Can Dance) as Mr Mistoffolees | DJALENGA SCOTT (Annie) as Bombalarina | JEREMY SECOMB (Sweeney Todd – Broadway) as Old Deuteronomy | LAUREN HALL (Gypsy) as Cassandra | AARON JENKINS (Cats Movie) as Macavity / Ademetus | MATT JONES (Charlie & The Chocolate Factory) as Mungojerrie | KATE KENRICK (Matilda) as Electra | REBECCA LISEWSKI (Strictly Ballroom) as Jennyanydots | DAVID McINTOSH (Funny Girl) as Alonzo / Rumpus | AIMEE MOORE (Saturday Night Fever) as Rumpleteazer | LUKE REDMORE as Coriocopat | BETH RELF (Mama Mia) Jemima | INDIA THORNTON (Annie) as Tantomile | JACK WARREN as Carbucketty | SASHA WOODWARD (The Greatest Dancer) as Victoria

Cats is produced by Celia Mackay with Direction & Choreography by Nick Winston, Design by Philip Witcomb, Lighting by Jason Taylor, Sound design by Chris Whybrow and Musical Direction by Francis Goodhead. Casting for the production is by Anne Vosser.

Set in the unique mystical glade that only Kilworth can offer, the show runs from July 23rd – September 1st 2019.


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