Open two hours before each performance (5.30pm for evenings and 12.30pm for matinees), there is a family friendly offering from the Cats Cream Bar and various activities available including free face painting (by Funny Faces Ltd who regularly work at Kew Gardens and London Zoo).
There is an exhibition of John Napier’s original costume designs for the production, posters from around the world and some original memorabilia on display from Andrew Lloyd Webber’s personal collection.
Readings of T.S. Eliot’s original poems, puzzles and photo opportunities with prizes to be won from social media all add to fun.
Arrive early to take full advantage of The Jellicle Ballroom and make the most of your festive family outing to Cats at The London Palladium.
Learn more: http://london.catsthemusical.com/activities/
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