Beauty and the Beast – Easter Panto @ The Forum Theatre, barrow

The Forum Theatre, Barrow
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Be our guest this Easter The Forum Theatre, Barrow as we re-tell a pantomime as old as time, Beauty and the Beast!

Will Belle be able to love the beast for whom he is on the inside and not his beastly exterior.. a curse bespoke upon him by the enchantress of the rose for his arrogant ways, or will evil Gaston win the heart of our beauty.

With the help of Polly de le Pott and Louis de le Pott, the finest of all banquets is prepared for Belle and the Beast but true love must prevail before the last role petal falls, or Prince Carl will remain a beast forever!

With beautiful bright scenery, sparkling costumes and a laugh a minute script for all the family, you’ll have a cracking time at our Enchanting Easter Pantomime!

  • Friday 5th April 1pm and 4.30pm
  • Saturday 6th April 11am, 2.30pm and 6pm
  • Sunday 7th April 11am and 2.30pm
  • Monday 8th April 1pm
The Forum Theatre, Barrow


Tickets £14/£12 Concessions +booking fee

Email organiser Book here
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