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Beauty and The Beast - Belfast Operatic Company
« on: November 14, 2009, 12:01:27 AM »
Ladies and Gentlemen, Enchanteds and Villagers, Beauties and Beasts,

I'm happy to announce that as of today, tickets for Belfast Operatic Company's 50th anniversary production 'Beauty and The Beast', are now on sale and can be purchased from the Grand Opera House website at the following link:

http://www.goh.co.uk/WhatsOn_focus.asp?ShowId=448 sC=page10


Come and join us in this tale as old as time which will run from Wednesday 24th - Sunday 28th March, with matinees on Saturday and Sunday, more details can be found on our (Facebook event) or our website, www.belfastoperatic.org. Contact Tina McVeigh for details on group bookings.

We advise you get in quick as it's going to be a great show and is bound to sell out fast! These make great Christmas presents for people of any age!

Bring someone you love to experience this unforgettable performance of Disney's classic musical.

Go on …'Be Our Guest!'

Tickets available from:
http://www.goh.co.uk/WhatsOn_focus.asp?ShowId=448&sC=page10

The Grand Opera House
Great Victoria Street, Belfast, BT2 7HR
Box Office: (028) 9024 1919

Music by Alan Menken
Book by Linda Woolverton
Lyrics by Howard Ashman & Tim Rice
Originally Directed by Robert Jess Roth
Originally Produced by Disney Theatrical Productions



Following last year’s sell out run of ‘Hello, Dolly!’, Belfast Operatic Company (http://www.belfastoperatic.org/) are proud to present one of the most popular and delightfully romantic stories ever told in Disney’s ‘Beauty and the Beast’.
Nominated for nine Tony awards, this eye-popping musical has been wowing audiences world-wide with record breaking runs in New York, Los Angeles, Toronto, Sydney, Tokyo, and London’s West End.

It is the story of Belle - a beautiful village girl, and the Beast – a young prince trapped in a spell by an evil enchantress. Younger members of the audience will recognise Lumiere, the singing and dancing candelabra; Mrs Potts, the Cockney teapot; Cogsworth, the grumpy old clock and all the other enchanting characters.

Performance Dates:
Wednesday 24th - Sunday 28th March
Wed - Sat 7:30pm; Sat & Sun 2:30pm

Discounts:
Discounts are available for selected seats and performance times but restrictions do apply. Please note that discounts are never available for boxes. Please contact the Box Office for further information.

Ticket prices:
Wednesday - Thursday: £12.95 - £22.95
Friday & Saturday Evening: £13.95 - £24.95
Saturday & Sunday Matinees: £11.95 - £21.95