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    101 Dalmatians


    Some dogs look like their owners, or is it that some owners look like their dogs? And who really owns who – do dogs secretly think that we’re their pets?

    Mr and Mrs Dearly love dogs, especially their two dalmatians, Pongo and Perdita. Cruella De Vil loves fur and doesn’t have much time for anything living. When Pongo and Perdita’s fifteen new-born dalmatian puppies go missing it doesn’t take a genius to work out who has kidnapped them – and now the clock is ticking before they’re gone forever.

    Based on Dodie Smith’s much loved book The Hundred and One Dalmatians, in a collaboration between Tobacco Factory Theatres and Travelling Light. 101 Dalmatians is warm-hearted and playful, told with creative storytelling, original live music by Benji Bower and a lot of laughs.

    From the inventive and nationally renowned director Sally Cookson and the team that brought you the Olivier Award-nominated and Off West End Award-winner Cinderella: A Fairytale, as they take you on a canine caper to find the missing dalmatians and deal with the dastardly De Vil once and for all!

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    Farrows Creative

    additional information

    Available to tour. To book any of our productions please contact Kerrie Burke-Avery, Producer, on 0117 963 0963 or email kerrie@tobaccofactorytheatres.com

    RUNNING TIME 2hrs (inc. interval)
    ORIGINAL VENUE Factory Theatre

    Cast & Creative

    creative team

    Adapted from Dodie Smith’s The Hundred and One Dalmatains
    Devised by the company
    Director – Sally Cookson
    Designer  – Katie Sykes
    Dramaturg – Adam Peck
    Musical Director – Benji Bower
    Lighting Designer – Matt Graham
    Sound Designer – Jon Everett
    Choreographer – Dan Canham
    Puppetry Director – Marc Parrett
    Assistant Director – Nik Partridge


    Butler / Saul Baddun – Saikat Ahamed
    Mr De Vil / Jasper Baddun – Felix Hayes
    Cruella De Vil – Carla Mendonca
    Pongo / Mr Dearly – Tristan Sturrock
    Perdita / Mrs Dearly – Lucy Tuck
    Musicians – Benji Bower, Will Bower & Ian Ross

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    Farrows Creative


    A Joyus celebration of bottom sniffing, bovine co-operation and canine heroics. It made my tail wag

    The Guardian

    Sally Cookson is on a phenomenal run, giving her productions pace, physicality, precision, a sense of play and a spirit of generosity

    The Times

    Another warm-hearted and original Tobacco Factory Theatres Christmas offering

    The Stage

    An all-singing, dancing and miming romp that provides plenty of imaginative fodder

    The Independent

    The happy ending sent us all out into the cold night with a warm glow inside

    Bristol Post