When Mark Miller discovers his father's will, he inherits the old run down mill and the family cat - but he doesn't realise that Puss is a talking cat. When the wicked Squire also discovers the cat can talk, he decides he wants the cat for himself. Aunt Maisie arrives to help Mark with the mill, but in the meantime he has fallen in love with the beautiful Princess Rose. Not knowing what to do or which way to turn, help arrives unexpectedly from Mark's magical cat. This traditional family pantomime is crammed full to the brim with humour.
There are nine main characters including the cat (skin part), plus smaller parts, woodland animals, exotic brids, and chorus
Running time approximately 110 minutes
The story is very engaging and, with the fast pace and all the comings and goings, this panto has a farce type quality that makes it enjoyable for both children and adults. ~ Amateur Stage
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