There was something eerily familiar in the opening lines of The Cat In The Hat Greenwich Theatre today,
“The sun did not shine, it was too wet to play, so we sat in the house all that cold, cold wet day. I sat there with Sally. We sat here we two and we said ‘How we wish we had something to do.’”
We havent had the best of weather this half term. When we have not been hiding inside or splashing about in the swimming pool, we have found ourselves dodging rain clouds and making mad dashes back to the car whenever the heavens have opened.
Spending this afternoon at The Cat In The Hat Greenwich Theatre gave us a welcome break from reality, and some great ideas of fun to get up to if it rains again tomorrow.
I love Dr Seuess books. The magic, the obscurity, the pure imagination of them all. I think I was more excited than the girls today as we headed to London. I was not disappointed.
From the simple yet effective set, to the enthusiastic, and down right hilarious, characters (plus all the fireworks and footballs in between) this The Cat In The Hat Greenwich Theatre show is perfect to brighten up a rainy day.
The Cat In The Hat Greenwich Theatre - Wednesday 19 – Sunday 23 February 2014
The National Theatre’s acclaimed stage adaptation of Dr Seuss’s The Cat In The Hat has returned to London for 12 performances only from Wednesday 19 – Sunday 23 February 2014 at Greenwich Theatre.
This is a must see for half term!
Tickets are available from here starting at £7.50
disclaimer – we received 4 tickets to this show but all views are our own.