Fabulous furry feline fun!
Meet Stickleback Plasticus’ street smart curious felines. Tom is a street-wise loud-mouthed alley cat and Ella a pedigree puss, abandoned by her owners on the side of the M4. From inside oversized rubbish bin homes, these mischievous cats contemplate their lives and sing for their supper. Ella has a bun in the oven … but can’t remember where her oven is!

With themes of family, home, food and environment, explore the world through cats eyes.

Suitable for spaces indoors and out and available as a 25 min static show or as a live interactive installation.

Perfect for waste awareness, environment, ecology or food events plus festivals, street theatre events and shopping centres everywhere.

Just wanted to drop you a line to let you know that the Cat’s Choir were a resounding success at our recent ‘Raining Cats And Frogs’ event.They were absolutely perfect for this family event and had everyone from toddlers to grandparents in stitches throughout.  We will definitely be booking them for our next event and look forward to seeing some of their other performances!

Justine Ranson

Creative & Cultural Development Officer, Telford Culture Zone

A couple of oversized dustbins popped up in Parnie Street, inside were a pair of garrulous moggies with repartee that was the cat's whiskers, even if the some of the patter was a tad risque for the tinies who were glued to the pavement by the well-observed antics of Stickleback Plasticus'.

Glasgow Herald