What's New Pussycat?
- Preview Performance
- Press Night
- BSL Interpreted
- Audio Described
What's New Pussycat?, is a brand new musical that invites you to experience the Swinging Sixties of London, as the iconic hit songs of the internationally celebrated singer Tom Jones are married with Henry Fielding's classic comic novel – The History of Tom Jones, A Foundling.
Written by the Tony Award winning Joe DiPietro (Memphis The Musical), the show has the full backing of Sir Tom himself who has been consulting with the producers throughout the development.
This joyous, romantic and highly entertaining new musical includes Tom Jones' greatest hit songs: Green, Green Grass of Home, It's Not Unusual, Leave Your Hat On, Delilah, Mama Told Me Not To Come, Sex Bomb and, of course, What's New Pussycat? The spectacular songs perfectly capture the adventurous spirit of the legendary hero of Fieldling's much-loved story.
The show will be directed by Luke Sheppard, whose most recent production – the acclaimed & Juliet – has taken the West End by storm and won 3 Olivier Awards and 6 Whatstonstage Awards. He will be joined by a top class creative team, including the legendary choreographer and former Strictly Come Dancing judge, Arlene Philips CBE. Don't miss the musical event of the year!
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Director Luke Sheppard
Choreographer Arlene Philips CBE
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Keeping You Safe
Following the recent government announcement outlining the roadmap to re-opening, we want to reassure you of the measures that will be in place when you visit. Full details can be viewed here.
Please arrive 5 minutes before your allocated auditorium entrance time, which you can find on your ticket. On entering the auditorium please sit in your allocated seats only, in order to maintain socially distanced from other audience members.
Please note we cannot admit latecomers and a cloakroom service will not be available, so please avoid bringing large bags.
If you feel too unwell to attend on the date of your performance, we are happy to offer a credit note for another performance (subject to availability).