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Beauty and the Beast archiveThe story of Belle and the prince turned to a beast till he can make someone love him. There will be magic here on this stage tonight. Do not be fooled: I am no tawdry conjurer. I have real magic at my fingertips. Tonight I will take you back through time and make books speak. I will cause mirrors to misbehave, and bring you within touching distance of planets and stars that are eight million light years away. I will raise the dead and make them live and breathe before you! My powers are infinite, and tonight I devote them to you. And the story of the Beauty and the Beast. The wild and lively production explodes with music and magic, and is suitable for girls and boys aged 8 and up.
Performers Mark Arends (The Beast), Sian Clifford (Beauty), Kate Duchene (Cecile), Kristin Hutchinson (Sister), Sean Jackson (Beauty's Father), Elizabeth Muncey, Justin Salinger (Mr Pink).
Producer National Theatre. Producer Young Vic. Director Katie Mitchell. Design Vicki Mortimer. Lighting Jon Clark. Music Paul Clark. Design Matthew Robins (puppets). Design Fifty-Nine Productions Ltd (video). Director Joseph Alford (movement). Sound Gareth Fry.

Beauty and the Beast

Beauty and the Beast (Play) production archive for QTIX code T0426974780. Details of all Beauty and the Beast archived productions can be found under the QTIX code: S751657822

Archive Listings

24 Nov 10
4 Jan 11
Dorfman Theatre (National Theatre)
West End
Greater London

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