WIN: Tickets to see Beauty And The Beast at Bristol Hippodrome

Iain Mackay as the Beast and Michael O'Hare as the Merchant in Beauty And The Beast. Picture: Roy Sm

Iain Mackay as the Beast and Michael O'Hare as the Merchant in Beauty And The Beast. Picture: Roy Smiljanic - Credit: Roy Smiljanic

Love conquers all in a gripping fairytale ballet which opens in Bristol next month.

Delia Mathews as Belle and Tyrone Singleton as the Beast in Beauty And The Beast. Picture: Bill Coop

Delia Mathews as Belle and Tyrone Singleton as the Beast in Beauty And The Beast. Picture: Bill Cooper - Credit: Bill Cooper

The tale of Beauty And The Beast will be staged by the Birmingham Royal Ballet in May and David Bintley’s mysterious and magical production promises to captivate audiences.

The 18th century fairytale follows the story of a cruel prince, cursed to spend the rest of his life living in a fantastical castle with the animals he callously hunted, finds salvation in the heart of a beautiful girl.

When Belle’s desperate father is caught stealing a single rose, he exchanges his youngest daughter’s freedom for his own.

In his distant castle, the Beast, who has been stripped of his handsome features and his humanity, must win her heart or spend the rest of his life in bitter solitude.

Delia Mathews as Belle and Tyrone Singleton as the Beast in Beauty And The Beast. Picture: Bill Coop

Delia Mathews as Belle and Tyrone Singleton as the Beast in Beauty And The Beast. Picture: Bill Cooper - Credit: Bill Cooper


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The enchanting story of inner beauty, audiences will witness transformations, wild waltzes, soaring birds and a relationship between Belle and the Beast which is transitions from terrifying and fiery to serene and beautiful.

Beauty And The Beast will be at the Bristol Hippodrome, in St Augustines Parade, from May 1-4 at 7.30pm.

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There will be two matinee performances on May 2 and 4.

Tickets, priced £13.90-47.40, are available from www.atgtickets.com/venues/bristol-hippodrome or from 08448 717627.

The Mercury has teamed up with the theatre to offer one lucky reader a pair of tickets to see the show on May 1.

This competition will close at 10am on April 25.

Usual Archant rules apply and the editor’s decision is final.

By entering this competition you are agreeing to be contacted by Archant and the theatre regarding the prize.

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