Beauty and the Beast (Lyceum Theatre version)
A brilliant version of the classic tale, from a playwright acclaimed as 'the master of children's theatre' (Scotsman).
Stuart Paterson's play Beauty and the Beast was first performed at the Lyceum Theatre, Edinburgh, in 1987, and has been revived many times since.
A note on ordering:
This play is available in digital form only. It can be accessed as follows:
a) A printable version of the script can be ordered by clicking on 'Add to basket' above. Once your order has been processed, the script will be emailed to you (as a PDF file) and may be printed off to make a complete cast set. The price of £32.00 plus VAT reflects the fact that numerous copies of the script may be made.
b) A non-printable, perusal copy of the script can be ordered free of charge by request here. The script will be emailed (as a PDF file that does not permit printing) and may be read on screen.
'An inspired modern version of the story, given a fine momentum by Crackjaw the witch, a ferocious hate-mongering villainess. There's also a cheeky goblin called Dunt, a gorgeous pantomime dog called Billy, a magnificent pair of (female) Ugly sisters, and a hero who amounts to something more than the usual insipid Prince. The audience participation rages fast and furious...'Scotsman
20 Jul 2011
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