Cat-Astrophe was my second ‘Lite Bite’ pop-up opera for Tete a Tete Opera, commissioned for their 2013 Festival.  The piece, which reunited me with composer John Webb, combined puppetry, mime, button accordian and pitch black humour.

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The piece was performed across London during the Festival, as well as receiving multiple performances at Riverside Studios. The video recording below took place on the roof of King’s Place arts centre in King’s Cross.