Beauty and the Beast coming to Welwyn Garden City over Christmas

20:29 18 September 2013

THERE will be a family festive pantomime-like show for youngsters to enjoy at Campus West in Welwyn Garden City this Christmas.

The Hawthorne Theatre presents classic Beauty and the Beast in Welwyn Garden City from Saturday, December 21 to Tuesday, December 31.

With lavish costumes and sets, this original production tells the story of Belle, who chooses to live with the hideous Beast in his castle in order to save her father.

As time goes on, though, she learns that the Beast is hiding the tortured soul of a man.

With songs and humour, and some panto-style audience interaction, this is the perfect Christmas treat for all the family – full of romance, adventure, excitement and fun.

Directed by Olivier Award-winning director Guy Masterson, it’s sure to put a smile on your face.

Early bird tickets start from £8.40. Visit www.hawthorne.theatre.co.uk to book a seat.

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