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CATS -- tickets on sale now

CATS -- tickets on sale now for ANDREW LLOYD WEBBER'S PHENOMENON

"..among the most exhilarating and innovative musicals ever staged..."

June 2009, The Civic Theatre, Auckland will transform into a magical world of lushly orchestrated music, gasp-inducing dance, songs that draw excited laughter one moment, and soaring wonder the next. Only one show brings all of the facets of musical theatre together so completely and produces an experience that stays with you forever; Andrew Lloyd Webber's CATS.

It's a show that barely needs an introduction. Since Cats first opened on the West End stage in 1981, it has become one of the world's best known and best loved musicals.

Cats has been presented in over 20 countries and in about 250 cities, including such diverse destinations as Buenos Aires, Seoul, Helsinki and Singapore. Within two and half years of the London opening there were productions in New York, Tokyo, Budapest and Vienna, and the first of tour US touring productions had hit the road.

With all new production sets and costumes direct from the recent Melbourne season, Auckland is set relive the memory of one of the world's most popular musicals, one more time. A stellar cast will be announced New Year.

Tickets on sale NOW @ The Edge ticketing

FROM SATURDAY, JUNE 6

The Civic

$59.90 - $79.90*

*Service fees will apply

www.catsnz.com


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