Puss in Boots


Off-West End

Hackney Empire

Until Sun Jan 5

  • © Robert Workman

    Amy Lennox (Princess Pertunia)

  • © Robert Workman

    Stephen Matthews (Dame Nettie Knowall) and company

  • © Robert Workman

    Josefina Gabrielle (evil witch Evilen)

  • © Robert Workman

    Tony Timberlake (King Konkers), Kat B (Puss in Boots) and Stephen Matthews (Dame Nettie Knowall)

© Robert Workman

Amy Lennox (Princess Pertunia)

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Padraig L

From a story to a pantomime this Puss and Boots is definitely one in a million when it comes to panto productions . With the traditional interactions and the  panto dame being huge success you practically want to jump out of your seat and let your boots join in the fun.

If you want to let loose and enjoy a bit of fun then the Hackney Empire Puss in boots is just the place to go. The thing that will really make you laugh is the fact that they have mixed modern music e.g Rolling in the deep with a well loved tale of Romance, adventure and laugh-till-your-sides-ache. A complete original idea that all will love.

So what are you waiting for go and enjoy a panto that will blow your mind whilst catching up on the gossip with Nettie knowall, learning the evil ways with Eviln and her sister Queen Tallulah the Hoo Hah and her spoilt daughter Amy, being cool with the puss and having fun with Thomas as he meets much more amazingly talented friends.


This is a great production. My 6 year old was fixated from start to finish. Puss in Boots (Dem!) is brilliant as the funky catster. Great singing from all the cast particularly Sharon D Clarke. Brilliant!