Floods, fires, famines and unexpected fur-balls.

Are we at the End of Days, or just the end of another year?

Laugh in the face of imminent cat-astrophe as our favourite feline makes a rapturous return to Southbank Centre with her purr-fect, provocative brand of deliciously non-traditional holiday cheer.

She raised the roof of Queen Elizabeth Hall with her award-winning Little Match Girl in 2012 and blasted onto Royal Festival Hall with the London Philharmonic in 2013.

She toured the opera houses and circus tents of the world and crowd-surfed back into our hearts with Feline Intimate at London Wonderground this summer.

Now, to rouse you from your winter daze, it's a very Meow Meow Christmas show!

Celebrate the silly season with Meow's sensational songs, a sizzling hot band, surprising stocking stuffers, special special guests... and more christmassy schtick than you can throw a... Christmassy schtick at. Given the economic circumstances.

Enchanting, hilarious, wild and unexpected.

Recommended for ages 14+.

'It's cabaret, but not as we know it' (Evening Standard)

'When she barks, her audience purrs'
'A voice like honey-ed cream studded with razor blades... Meow Meow really is the cat's whiskers' ***** (The Guardian)

'No one now does it better than Meow' **** (Evening Standard)

Meow Meow has star quality to burn... she's the flame – the audience mere moths.' (London Metro)

'There is nothing that this woman cannot do.' (The Telegraph)

'Meow Meow... is the genuine article...' (The Times)

'Fierce intelligence, genuine heart and a heady recklessness' (The Guardian)

Meow Meow 'catapults the genre of Entertainment into a hitherto unknown dimension' (Berliner Zeitung)

'If there is a more commanding charismatic chanteuse working today they are keeping very quiet about it' (Evening Standard)

'Imagine a cross between Lady Gaga, Edith Piaf and Charlie Chaplin and you're still not getting close to the unique magic of Meow' (Evening Standard)

'That astonishing voice' (The Times)

'It's this mix of fearless talent and unstoppable humour that makes Meow Meow a star and leaves you agog' (The Sun Herald)

Tuesday 16 – Monday 29 December

An Audio Description takes place during the 6.30pm performance on Sunday 28 December. This is preceded by a Touch Tour at 5.30pm. This performance is also British Sign Language interpreted.

Please contact accesslist@southbankcentre.co.uk for all access enquiries, as well as to book seats in good view of the BSL interpreter.

Purcell Room at Queen Elizabeth Hall

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