Beauty & The Beast

Family starring Chris Pizzey The Anvil

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Tickets:

All prices include a £3 booking fee.

£30, £29, £26, £20. Over 65s £1 off*, under 16s and f/t students £3 off.

Relaxed Performance £10.

*excluding 12 & 13 Dec 2pm performances, and 19 - 29 Dec.

Group bookings

Groups of 10+: £3 off with extra 50p off per ticket if paid for by 15 September 2020
Groups of 50+: £4 off with extra 50p off per ticket if paid for by 15 September 2020
Not available at blue, green or brown performances (please ask the box office for more details)

Youth Groups (inc. Brownies, Cubs etc.): £20, £19, £17 per ticket with 1 free leader per 10 children (minimum booking of 10 tickets)

Family tickets

£104, £100 (not available at 15 Dec 6pm performance, 11 - 13 Dec 6pm performances or 19 - 29 Dec)

Schools tickets

£12 per child, 1 free teacher per 10 pupils (per 5 under 5s). All other tickets at school performances £25 (no other discounts or group rates apply).

Warning

Suitable for: all the family!

Star cast to be announced

Join us for a real ‘Beauty’ of a pantomime in 2020.

One of the most popular fairy stories, Beauty and The Beast makes its Anvil Christmas debut to tell a tale as old as time.

An evil sorceress sentences the Prince to live life as a hideous Beast in his enchanted castle. Can Belle teach him the error of his ways and lift the curse forever? Will she see beyond the monster and fall for her captor?

Packed full of larger-than-life characters, catchy songs, side-splitting jokes, sumptuous sets, and plenty of festive fun, we invite you to be our guest next December.

As traditional as mince pies, make The Anvil’s family pantomime part of your Christmas tradition!

Reviews

...classic gags coming thick and fast... great special effects... the sets are beautifully designed... one laugh after the next
What The Redhead Said (on Aladdin)
The stage production, effects and comedy made it one to remember!
Dear Mummy (on Aladdin)
So enjoyable...
Basingstoke Gazette (on Aladdin)
A highly enjoyable production
Newbury Weekly News (on Aladdin)
With plenty of enthusiastic audience participation, sparkling pyrotechnics and a vibrant selection of musical numbers, this is a highly enjoyable production
British Theatre Guide (on Aladdin)

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