Event

november, 2017

30novallday03janalldayBeauty and the BeastVarious times - click Book for full list(Multi-Day Event) Price: Various prices

Time

November 30 (Thursday) - January 3 (Wednesday)

Location

Wilde Theatre

South Hill Park, Ringmead, RG12 7PA

Price

Various prices

Event Details

Beauty and the Beast

With the success of Cinderella still ringing in the air, we are pleased announce our 2017 pantomime Beauty and the Beast!

The bright and beautiful Belle encounters an enchanted castle in which a Beast who has been struck with a curse hides. Despite her fears, she eventually befriends the castle’s magical staff and learns to look beyond the beast’s hideous exterior, allowing her to recognise the kind heart and soul of the prince who is trapped behind the hex.

Can the spell be broken? Is love stronger than magic? Book now for Beauty and the Beast!

Performances A* Prices: £21, Conc £19, Family £70, Group 16+ £14pp

Performances A Prices: £20, Conc £18, Family £68, Group 16+ £14pp

Performances B Prices: £19, Conc £17, Family £63, Group 16+ £13pp

Performance C Prices: £18, Conc £16, Family £61, Group 16+ £13pp

NB: Family ticket = 2 adults and 2 children, * Christmas Eve and Boxing Day.

For Group Bookings please call the Box Office directly in order to get the group rate on 01344 484123.

Babies under 18 months go free if you hold your child during the performance. If you wish to leave your baby in its carrier seat you will need to purchase a ticket.
ADULTS ONLY Performances – Over 18yrs only
Wednesday 13th, Friday 15th and 22nd December at 7pm. Adult Night Performance Prices: £20, Conc £18 (Senior Citizens, Student, UB40) Groups 16+ £14pp.  Children under 18yrs are not permitted to attend this performance. No family or child tickets are available for ADULT ONLY performances.
BSL (British Sign Language) signed performance
Saturday 9th December at 2pm.
Relaxed ‘Autism-friendly’ performance
Tuesday 5th December at 2pm will be a relaxed performance where the house lights are left low, pyrotechnics and sound levels reduced.

A relaxed performance is intended specifically to be sensitive to, and accepting of audience members who may benefit from a more relaxed environment, including (but not limited to) those with autistic spectrum conditions, anyone with sensory and communication disorders or learning disabled people.

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