An alternative Christmas with The Wardrobe Theatre, the makers of Rocky: A Horror Show, Goldilock, Stock & Three Smoking Bears and Muppits Die Hard
Ruthless, wise-cracking and overly affectionate around feeding time, meet notorious pussy posse, The Reservoir Mogs – a ferocious feline foursome on their way to crash the annual ball, intent on stealing the big prize. But when this botched heist turns into a cruel bloodbath, paws and pistols are pointed: Did someone let the cat out of the bag? Is one of them a rat? With the fuzz closing in fast, who will survive to tell the tail?
Slick, smart and devilishly funny, Reservoir Mogs is the 7th darkly comic Christmas show created by The Wardrobe Theatre, the makers of Rocky: A Horror Show, Goldilock, Stock & Three Smoking Bears and Muppits Die Hard.
“Simply faultless… a triumph… so funny you will probably want to see it a more than once!”
★★★★★ The Fix
“It make me laugh so hard I snorted some excellent local beer out of my nose – twice! For all that is good and right in the world, go and see this show.”
“There are laughs aplenty, not the polite laughter of the theatre crowd but real genuine guffaws from an audience with a drink in hand and ready to have a good time.”
★★★★ The Reviews Hub on Rocky: A Horror Show
Suitable for ages 16+
An original production, written and devised by the company
Co-Directors – Adam Fuller & Matthew Whittle
Cast – Lotte Allan, Emma Keaveney-Roys, Lizzy Skrzypiec, Katy Sobey
Musical Director & Sound Designer – Ben Osborn
Designer – Madeleine Girling
Production Manager – Chris Collier
Movement Director – Laura Street
Lighting Designer – Edmund McKay
Producer – Matthew Whittle
Harmonies & Vocal Coach – Verity Standen
Costume Supervisor – Catherine Pilsworth
Design Assistant – Ruby Spencer
Phil Collier, Tomasin Cuthbert, Dik Downey, Jack Drewry, Malcolm Hamilton, Harry Humberstone, Steph Kempson, Jason King, Andrew Kingston, Kerrie Lovell, Alice Lamb, Jesse Meadows, Linzy Nakorn, Grace Parraman, Melissa Wickham, Royal Welsh College of Music & Drama Wardrobe Department, Leo Crocker and everyone at The Old Market Assembly, and all the staff at Tobacco Factory Theatres.