Fantastic Reviews for ‘A Streetcat Named Bob’

By 7th November 2016 May 6th, 2020 Representation

Fantastic reviews for ‘A Streetcat Named Bob’

“A soul warming experience that will leave you purring.Another British triumph.” ★★★★ Den of Geek

“charming and life-affirming” ★★★★ Express
“I defy anyone to leave in a bad mood” Evening Standard
“Bob the cat steals the show in this unapologetically feelgood festive drama.” Little White Lies
“Heartwarming edge to this real-life story” Flickreel
“heart-warming tale hits some purrfectly poignant notes” RTE
“Likely to get cat lovers purring with pleasure” Hollywood Reporter
“life-affirming drama” Evening Telegraph
“warm-hearted… Luke Treadaway, who conveys convincingly the jittery emotional chaos of a former addict.” The Guardian

Fantastic reviews following the opening weekend of ‘A Streetcat Named Bob‘, based on the international best selling book. The true feel good story of how James Bowen, sympathetically played by Luke Treadaway, a busker and recovering drug addict, had his life transformed when he met a stray ginger cat. The production also features ITV drama star of Dark Angel, Joanne Frogatt, Anthony Head, Ruta Gedmintas, and of course Bob the Cat!

Air-Edel’s Andy Glen was the Music Editor for the production which was directed by Roger Spottiswoode. 

The film is out in cinemas now – watch the trailer.