There are cast changes in Cats at the New London theatre from Monday 15th Oct 01

Junix Inocian will be playing 'Old Deuteronomy' and Ben Tyrell 'Mr. Mistoffelees'.

Also joining the cast will be Matthew Attwell, Caroline Bagnall, Suzie Fenwick, Robert Foley, Tiffany Graves, Chris Jarvis, Alexis Owen Hobbs, Jack Rebaldi, Carl Sanderson and Sorrell Thomas

The show will continue to star Chrissie Hammond as 'Grizabella' and John Partridge as 'Rum Turn Tugger', and feature Lyndsay Britton, Clinton Brown, Julie Carlton, Adrian Edmeades, Ross Finnie, Jye Frasca, Helen Harper, Sarah-Jane Honeywell, Stori James, Barbara King, Kenny Linden, Rebecca Louis, Joe Ryan, Kate Tydman, Oliver Tydman, Emma Woods and Andrew Wright.

Cats celebrated its 20th birthday at the New London Theatre on 11th May 2001. As part of the celebrations, a display of memorabilia from productions around the world, from Ayers Rock to Aberdeen, has been mounted in the foyer of the New London Theatre.

The popular "CATS" Kids Club continues to run at the New London Theatre on the first and third Saturday in each month starting at 11.15am and finishing at 2.30pm. For children aged between 8-14 years, this incorporates a backstage tour, face painting, drama games and an opportunity to meet cast members of "CATS". Tickets are available from the Box Office on 020 7405 0072.

In 1996, Cats in London became the longest running musical ever to play in the West End or on Broadway. The show opened at the New London Theatre on 11th May 1981, with a cast including Elaine Paige, Brian Blessed, Paul Nicholas, Wayne Sleep, Sarah Brightman and Bonnie Langford. In London, it has taken over 125 million ukp at over 8,500 performances and has been seen by 8 million people.

Worldwide, "CATS" has taken over 1 billion ukp .

"CATS" can currently be seen around the world in countries including Japan and Budapest and is on tour in America.

The show with music by Andrew Lloyd Webber and lyrics by T.S. Eliot, is directed by Trevor Nunn with associate direction and choreography by Gillian Lynne, design by John Napier and lighting by David Hersey. It is produced by Cameron Mackintosh and The Really Useful Theatre Company Limited.

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