“Not rings, not necklaces – just bring me back a rose”. And so begins one of the classic fairy tales, a coming of age story full of all the ingredients of a great Christmas show at The Dukes – adventure, laughter, wonderful characters and drama.
Join Belle as she leaves her family and ventures deep into the forest towards the magical castle. She enters through the gates and confronts the Beast – a grizzly and gruesome creature, a lost soul in hiding from the world. Can the Beast soften and change during Belle’s stay in his home – or is it Belle who must look beyond his grotesque appearance to what really matters?
Following the knockout success of recent Dukes shows Treasure Island, A Christmas Carol and Cinderella, Beauty and the Beast promises a feel good seasonal treat full of illusions, songs and storytelling.
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