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Tread the Boards Theatre Company presents

BEAUTY AND
THE BEAST


A family friendly pantomime!

 

17 December 2021 to 2 January 2022

£15 (£12 conc)

£45 family

CREATIVES INCLUDE

Director JOHN-ROBERT PARTRIDGE

CAST INCLUDES

To be announced soon!

Tread the Boards Theatre Company are delighted to bring pantomime back to The Attic Theatre this Christmas.

Dreaming of a happier life, the beautiful Belle leaves the quiet town of Stratfordia to go in search of adventure but finds herself transported to a cursed castle and held captive by a hideous beast who has been placed under a spell by an evil enchantress. It is down to her friends Funny French Franc, Dame Dotty alongside the arrogant and stupid Jean Claude Van Dumb to save her.

Can Belle see beyond the monster and fall in love with her captor before the last petal falls from the enchanted rose? Or will the Beast’s selfishness cost him the world he once knew and the hand of the girl who has melted his heart?

 

To help as many people as possible enjoy the festive season, there are special performances on the following dates:

Socially distanced performances: 22, 23, 28 and 29 December at 2pm. For these performances, the audience will be socially distanced from when they enter the building to when they leave at the end of the night.

Relaxed performance: Friday 24 December, 11am. This performance will be the same great panto, but small changes will be made to make it suitable for those who require a more relaxed environment when going to the theatre.

The Adult Pantomime: 19 December and 2 January, 8pm. For over 18s only - the same great panto, but with an adult twist!

COVID19 precautions: We will continue to adhere to the latest government guidance around social distancing and mask wearing so please check back here ahead of attending the theatre for any updates. We will ask for proof on the door that you have had either two vaccinations, or a negative lateral flow test the same day as the performance. We politely ask that you wear a mask both while moving around and seated in our theatre.