A pantomime playground of fun is set to unravel with madness and mayhem as the foolish Witch Guillotine casts a spell on the dashing Prince, transforming him into a grotesque beast. Joined by a host of colourful characters to add to the comedy chaos and capers, the story is brought to life in spectacular style with only the love of our heroine Belle able to break the witch''s spell and set the Beast free.
Beauty and the Beast
Published Wednesday 17 December 2014 at 11:26 by Paul Vale
Abigail Welford’s comely Belle sings beautifully and wins the heart of Graeme Kinniburgh’s growling Beast
Friday 13 December - Sunday 5 January
There are more than seven little reasons why people should be heading to The Harlequin Theatre this Christmas when the musical heart-throb and smouldering television hunk Stefan Booth takes on a princely role in this year’s pantomime Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs.
Joining Stefan will be Hi De Hi Yellow Coat Nikki Kelly as the ultimate Wicked Queen and two Redhill favourites will be returning, as Neil Wheatley strides into town with his unique brand of loud and laddish comedy capers and the beautiful Abigail Welford proves she is truly the fairest of them all as Snow White.
At Redhill you’ll find; huge helpings of laughter with a generous serving of traditional pantomime audience participation mixed with stunning scenery, spectacular costumes, a dashing prince and the fairest Snow White of all. Add in seven dwarfs full of mischief and merriment, sprinkle with Woodland Fairy magic dust and it’s all the winning ingredients for a pantomime that’s simply wicked, simply wonderful and simply must be seen!
opens the Christmas Festivities in
Redhill Town Centre.
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Perfect First Dance