Birmingham Repertory Theatre, in association with Flody Suarez and Kilimanjaro Theatricals
BRAND NEW IMAGES RELEASED FOR THE WORLD PREMIERE OF WHAT’S NEW PUSSYCAT?
By Joe DiPietro
- BRAND NEW IMAGES AND STUDIO FOOTAGE RELEASED FOR NEW MUSICAL, WHAT’S NEW PUSSYCAT?
- BASED ON HENRY FIELDING’S NOVEL THE HISTORY OF TOM JONES AND FEATURING THE ICONIC HITS OF SIR TOM JONES, WHAT’S NEW PUSSYCAT? WILL PLAY AT BIRMINGHAM REP FROM 8 OCT – 14 NOV
- TICKETS ARE ON SALE NOW
Today the highly anticipated, brand new musical, What’s New Pussycat? has released exclusive first look images of Dominic Andersen as Tom Jones and Bronté Barbé as Mary Western. Brand new studio footage of the cast performing three iconic hits from the show; It’s Not Unusual, Mama Told Me Not to Come and Without Love has also been released today.
It’s Not Unusual is performed by Dominic Andersen (Tom Jones) with chorus vocals from Bronté Barbé (Mary Western); Ashley Campbell (Mr Partridge); Rebekah Hinds (The Girl in the Polka Dot Dress); David Mairs-McKenzie (Ensemble); Lisa Mathieson (Ensemble); Fallon Mondlane (Ensemble); Naomi Katiyo (Ensemble); and Owen Saward (Ensemble).
Mama Told Me Not to Come is performed by Ashley Campbell; Owen Saward; David Mairs-McKenzie; Dominic Andersen; Rebekah Hinds; Bronté Barbé; Lisa Mathieson; and Naomi Katiyo, and Without Love is performed by Bronté Barbé with backing vocals from Lisa Mathieson; Fallon Mondlane and Naomi Katiyo. Matt Brindis the Musical Supervisor, Orchestrator and Music Producer.
Freely inspired by the novel The History of Tom Jones, A Foundling, this romantic musical comedy reimagines Fielding’s classic tale in London’s swinging sixties. Written by the Tony Award winning Joe DiPietro (Memphis The Musical), with a stellar creative team including director Luke Sheppard and legendary choreographer Dame Arlene Phillips, get ready for music, mods and rocking romance when the show enjoys its world premiere at The REP from 8 October – 14 November.
What’s New Pussycat? is set to the soundtrack of Sir 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?
Presented by Birmingham Repertory Theatre in association with Flody Suarez, Joshua Andrews and Stuart Galbraith from Kilimanjaro Theatricals. Donna Munday will Executive Produce.
What’s New Pussycat?
8 October – 14 November
Tickets from £17.50
0121 236 4455
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