The cast of Cats, Andrew Lloyd Webber's smash-hit original musical, are all set to perform from February 1 to 4 at the Qatar National Convention Centre.
In celebration of Shop Qatar 2017, the organisers of the show are extending a buy one get one free promotion on select ticket categories for Cats in advance of the Broadway musical’s opening night.
Visitors and residents can take advantage of this offer by visiting any Virgin Megastore branch (Villaggio, Landmark Mall and Mall of Qatar) and presenting the promo code CatsDoha2for1, or online at tickets.virginmegastore.me
using the same code.
The categories on offer are royal at QR2,000, VIP at QR1,200, platinum at QR600, and gold at QR450.
Adapted from TS Eliot’s Old Possum’s Book of Practical Cats
, this wonderful blend of fantasy, drama and romance is set on the night that the Jellicle Cats meet for the Jellicle Ball in a sparkling fusion of music, dance and verse.
The UK’s Daily Mail
described the show as ‘purr-fect’, giving it a five-star review in just one of the host of accolades from the British press.
With an amazing musical score that includes the timeless Memory
, spectacular set designs, stunning costumes and breath-taking choreography, Cats is a magical musical like no other.
“I am absolutely thrilled to be bringing Andrew Lloyd Webber’s iconic musical Cats to Doha. Cats is truly one of the greatest musicals of all time and I cannot wait to present this incredible production at the QNCC Theatre at the end of this week,’ said David Ian, producer of Cats for David Ian Productions.
This original production is one of the longest-running shows in West End and Broadway history, seen by more than 73mn people worldwide. Cats has enchanted audiences in more than 300 cities around the world.
The musical had its world premiere in 1981 at the New London Theatre where it played for almost 9,000 performances. The show then returned to the West End in 2014 reuniting the original creative team, director Trevor Nunn, associate director and choreographer Gillian Lynne, designer John Napier and composer Andrew Lloyd Webber.
The classic Lloyd Webber score includes Memory
, which has been recorded by more than 150 artistes from Barbra Streisand and Johnny Mathis to Liberace.