Beauty and the Beast 2017 pantomime tickets go on sale at Welwyn Garden City theatre

Beauty and the Beast pantomime tickets have gone on sale at the Hawthorne Theatre in Welwyn Garden City

Beauty and the Beast pantomime tickets have gone on sale at the Hawthorne Theatre in Welwyn Garden City

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Tickets have gone on sale for this year’s Welwyn Garden City pantomime, Beauty and the Beast, at the Hawthorne Theatre.

A magical beast of a panto, Beauty and the Beast is from the same team that brought Dick Whittington to the stage last Christmas.

Directed by Helen Crosse, it will star Welwyn Garden City’s favourite Dame, Michael Totton.

Filled with music, mayhem, love and laughter, this year’s festive treat is sure to warm your hearts and make your spirits soar.

Public performances run from Saturday, December 9 until Sunday, December 31 at the CW Entertainment venue in The Campus.

School performances run from Friday, December 8 until Friday, December 15.

Tickets are now on sale from the theatre’s box office and online at www.cwentertainment.co.uk

There is an early bird discount of 20 per cent off tickets if bought before June 30, 2017.

Standard tickets – for all public shows from December 9 to December 21 – cost £18, and £16 concessions.

Premium tickets – for all public shows from December 22 to December 31 – cost £20 standard, and £18 concessions.

Family tickets, for four people including at least one concession, are also available.

The CW Entertainment venue’s sell-out adults-only panto will also be returning for two shows after Christmas.

Following the hugely successful Dick! in 2016, Beauty and the Beast Unleashed takes to the WGC stage for two very special over 18s performances on Thursday, December 28 and Friday, December 29, at 7.30pm.

Not suitable for children, all tickets for Beauty and the Beast Unleashed cost £22.

They are on sale now.

• For more details, and to buy Beauty and the Beast Unleashed tickets, visit the CW Entertainment website at www.cwentertainment.co.uk

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