You’ve read the book, seen Disney’s classic film, now experience the live stage production of 101 Dalmatians set in the heart of London’s Regent’s Park.
Based on Dodie Smith’s iconic story, this new musical is written by Zinnie Harris and Douglas Hodge with direction by Timothy Sheader and puppets by Toby Olié (Running Wild).
101 Dalmatians will now run at Regent’s Park Open Air Theatre in Summer 2022
What’s the Story?
Cruella De Vil, fur loving monster, has her heart set on a fabulous new coat made from the fur of Dalmatian puppies.
When their litter of puppies mysteriously disappear, Dalmatians Pongo and Perdita, rally all the dogs of London for a daring puppy rescue from the evil Cruella and her bumbling henchmen.
Who’s in it? 101 Dalmatians Cast
Kate Fleetwood will play Cruella de Vil. Her theatre credits include an Olivier Award-nominated performance in London Road at the National Theatre, High Society at the Old Vic and starring as Lady Macbeth in Macbeth at Chichester Festival Theatre, later reprising the role at the Gielgud Theatre and on Broadway.
Further casting is to be announced.
Written by Zinnie Harris and Douglas Hodge with direction by Timothy Sheader, set & costume by Katrina Lindsay, choreography by Liam Steel, puppetry design and direction by Toby Olié, lighting design by Howard Hudson, musical supervision & orchestration by Sarah Travis, musical direction by Tarek Merchant.
Reviews for 101 Dalmatians coming Soon
Tickets are non-refundable in the event of cancellation because of the weather but may be exchanged in accordance with the Weather Policy.
Following continuing Government restrictions this production has been rescheduled from the 2020 season to Summer 2021.
Venue InformationOpen Air Theatre, Inner Circle, Regent's Park, London, NW1 4NR
Nearest Tube or Train: Baker Street (Bakerloo line, Circle line, Hammersmith and City line, Jubilee line, Metropolitan line) or Regent's Park (Bakerloo line)
Nearest Buses: 13, 18, 27, 30, 74, 82, 113, 139, 189, 274
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