VIDEO: Rehearsals for Beauty and the Beast at Louth Playgoers

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Get ready for the pantomime of the New Year as Louth Playogers are hosting a spectacular performance of Beauty and the Beast.

An unusual story will be performed of a Prince who was transformed into a Beast and Miss Belle who has nothing but love in her heart.

Louth Playgoers are proud to present their Beauty and the Beast pantomine.'Pictured is:  Dr Ernest Pettle (Ruairidh Greig) Beatrice Pettle (Sophie Claypole) Concorde the horse (himself) Belle Pettle (Molly Marie Buckley) and Barclay Burke (Jack Lovett). EMN-141215-152023001

Louth Playgoers are proud to present their Beauty and the Beast pantomine.'Pictured is: Dr Ernest Pettle (Ruairidh Greig) Beatrice Pettle (Sophie Claypole) Concorde the horse (himself) Belle Pettle (Molly Marie Buckley) and Barclay Burke (Jack Lovett). EMN-141215-152023001

“Just think, from the village we start, it’s where we call L’ym Beaux, to the depth of the woods where we fear the unknown. Just think, oh the things you can think, think and wonder and dream, meet our Dame, Mrs Preem.

“In the castle so empty there’s our butler called Enty and two French maids sweeping clean.

“Let’s go back to Ernest’s Lab, there works Barclay he’s fab and Miss Beatrice so mean.

“Let’s not forget of course, dear old Concorde the Horse, he’s Miss Belle’s bestest pal.

“Oh the things you can think, in a far panto land, oh the jokes that we tell, and the stage we command, oh the songs we will sing, some from your favourite movies, and the cast they will dance (it’s a little bit groovy) It’s a visual feast, come and see Beauty and the Beast,”

The show is brought to you by the NODA award winning team from last year’s brilliant pantomime Sleeping Beauty, producer Derek Smith, director Jamie Harris, musical director Keith Weston, and written by the highly acclaimed John Hewer.

Shows are in January take place on Friday 9, Wednesday 14, Thursday 15 and Friday 16 all taking place at 7.30pm.

Plus Saturday, January 10, Sunday 11 and Saturday 17 at 1pm and 6pm.

Tickets are £9.50 for adults and £5 for under 18s, available from Box Office Monday-Saturday, 10am-1pm call today on: 01507 600350 or visit: www.louthplaygoers.com.