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Tickets to the Production of Cats in Manila Are Now on Sale

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IMAGE COURTESY OF CATS THE MUSICAL / FACEBOOK
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Cats is returning to Manila!  We spotted the musical's billboard back in February and now, we have good news: Andrew Lloyd Webber's award-winning musical opens on November 6 at The Theatre at Solaire in Parañaque City for a limited season. We know it's still a few months away but we hope your wallets are ready because tickets are now on sale! Prices start at P1,156.50.

The musical first opened in West End in 1981 and then on Broadway in 1982. It won multiple awards, including the Best Musical at both the Laurence Olivier Awards and the Tony Awards. The 1983 production also bagged a number of Tony Awards, including Best Original Score, Best Performance by a Featured Actress in a Musical, Best Direction of a Musical, Best Costume Design, and Best Lighting Design.

More: Joanna Ampil to Star in the Musical Cats for the Manila Leg of the International Tour

Cats first came to Manila in 2010, performed by an international cast that included Lea Salonga, at the Cultural Center of the Philippines.

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Cats opens on November 6 at The Theatre at Solaire, Solaire Resort and Casino, 1 Aseana Avenue, Parañaque City. Tickets, priced from P1,156.50 to P7,315, are available through Ticketworld.

*This article originally appeared on Spot.ph

*Minor edits have been made by the Townandcountry.ph editors

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