A purr-fect production starts at Ysgol Bro Gwaun tonight (Wednesday April 17) as Fishguard Musical Theatre Company takes to the stage with the full West End version of Andrew Lloyd Webber's magical musical, Cats.

The 50 strong cast has been rehearsing all year for this spectacular musical. As well as perfecting their songs and dance moves for the 2o plus musical numbers, they have also been assembling an array of eye-catching costumes and perfecting their fantastically feline makeup.

Based on TS Elliot's Old Possum's Book of Practical Cats, the musical has enthralled audiences since 1981 with classics such as memory and Jellicle Cats.

Because of strict licensing controls, it is rare to see a performance of the full West-End version of cats outside of established mainstream theatres so this performance id a real opportunity for theatre fans.

Fishguard Musical Theatre Society has developed a growing reputation for producing top quality shows and performances throughout north Pembrokeshire.

The inclusive group, with over a hundred members aged five to 70 plus, is known for putting on sell out shows and giving back to the local community.

Cats is on at Ysgol Bro Gwaun from this evening, April 17, until April 21. All performances start at 7pm. Tickets cost £8 for children and £10 for adults, with family tickets costing £30, they are available at Creswell's Café; online on www.fmts.org.uk or on the door.

To win a family ticket for the final night of Cats, e-mail the answer to this question to bho@westerntelegraph.co.uk before midday on Friday, April 19 with CATS in the subject line. The winner will be notified by e-mail before midnight on the same day.

What book is Cats based on?