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Pantomime: Beauty & The Beast

Beauty & The Beast 2017 pantomime

Contact Information

King George's Hall

Tel: 0844 847 1664

King Georges Hall are delighted to announce that Stageworks Worldwide Productions will return for the 2017 pantomime season with their take on the classic tale – Beauty and the Beast from Sunday, 10th December until Sunday, 31st December 2017. True to panto form, there will be brilliant goodies and baddies, singing, dancing, acrobatics, and plenty of magic.

Starring Kevin Simm, from Liberty X & Winner of The Voice 2016, as The Beast & Jennifer Greene as Belle. 

This tale as old as time beings in a far off land of two kingdoms, the good and rich kingdom, and the evil and penniless kingdom.  To keep the peace, the two Kings made a pact, the son of the good King and the daughter of the evil King would be betrothed in marriage.

The day arrived when both Prince Valiant and Queen Evangeline became of age to marry.  The Prince had no intention of marrying this evil woman.  Evangeline had waited for many years for the wealth of his Kingdom so she could become all powerful over both Kingdoms, and would not take no for an answer.  Out of spite she cursed him and turned him into an ugly beast.  The curse could only be lifted if true love could bestow this ugly beast, and if not the beast would die when the last petal of the rose falls.

With the help of Bertha the Queen of Fairies, and her apprentice fairy Awesome they plan to encourage Belle the most beautiful girl in both Kingdoms to visit the Beast in the hope that true love would prevail and the curse could be lifted.

Evangeline continues to stop anything and anyone who will help the Beast to be freed from the curse, only she can do that, she still wants him to change his mind and marry her.  Evangeline hasn’t realised the love and support of Belle’s father Monsieur Ding Dong, companion of Gaston, and new best friend Lumiere, all of whom go out of their way to make sure of a happy ending.

Tickets: from £10

Road Directions

Blackburn town centre. From M6 Junction 31 follow A667 into Blackburn or from M65 Junction 4 follow A666 to Blackburn.

Visitors travelling by car will find convenient parking on a new multi storey car park which has opened in Feilden Street which is within a short walking distance to King George’s Hall.  There are 512 spaces and it is open six days a week. Secure features include manned kiosk, barrier entrance/exit, coin and card payment facility, full CCTV coverage on all floors and internal lighting to British Standard level. The postcode is BB2 1LH.

Public Transport Directions

King George's Hall is located in Blackburn town centre approx 5 minutes walk from the Bus and Railway Station. There are direct bus & rail services to Blackburn from Accrington,Clitheroe, Bolton, Burnley, Darwen, Chorley , Manchester & Preston. Contact Blackburn Visitor Centre for details of public transport from where you live 01254 688040. Alternatively, for public transport information out of our normal office hours contact: Travel Line: 0871 200 2233 (for bus services around the Lancashire area) National Rail Enquiries 03457 48 49 50

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Opening Times

10 Dec 2017 to 31 Dec 2017


Ticket TypeTicket Tariff
Tickets from£10.00 per ticket

More information & tickets prices will be available soon.



  • Christmas & New Year

Provider Preferences

  • In town/city centre

Payment Methods

  • Delta accepted
  • MasterCard accepted
  • Solo accepted
  • Visa accepted
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