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By Tarvin Webteam - 19th January 2016 6:00am
Students are putting the finishing 'feline' touches to performances as Tarporley High School's production of Cats opens this week! Local Primary schools were treated to the preview showings in advance of the opening night on Wednesday evening.
Head of Drama Ellie Roberts-Williams promises that "the show fuses a spectacular mix of feline glamour and 'catty' attitude and opens with "the one special night each year when the tribe of Jellicle Cats reunite to celebrate who they are."
Head Teacher Sarah Lee confirmed, "We have a strong team of musicians, artists, actors and actresses working together and I know they will create a memorable piece of musical theatre. In advance of the production I would like to wish all the cast and crew good luck and thank them for the commitment they have shown."
The production runs from Wednesday 20th through to Friday 22nd January at 7pm and tickets can be purchased by contacting reception 01925 732558.
Ed: Click on each picture to see who is playing which cat
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