Busy Bee Theatre Company presents a festive, fun filled treat for all the family in this lavish pantomime production of Beauty and the Beast.

Can Prince Gaspar be saved from the wicked Queen, Malabelle’s spell? Will Belle fall in love with the Prince? Find out in this delightful show which will enthrall guests from 3 to 99 years!

Busy Bee Theatre Company specialise in producing touring pantomime productions for regional theatres and holiday parks. Their pantomimes are traditional with a twist – full of slapstick and silliness, pop songs and puppetry.

For this year’s production a talented cast of five actors bring the ‘tale as old as time’ to life with this enchanting new adaptation of Beauty and the Beast. Meet Dame de Pamplemouse, Dumbell the poodle, the beautiful Belle, the dashing Prince Gaspar and the evil enchantress Malabelle in this hilarious new production that will enthrall the youngest audience members and amuse the oldest!

Dates & Times

Last session: Thu 23 Dec 2021 at 6:00 PM - This event has now passed
Derby Hall @ The Met
£13 adults / £9 under 16s (inc fees)

Suitable for all ages.

Running time – 75 minutes (no interval)


“The show was hilarious and superbly acted. It was full of fun and laughter.”

“The cast kept the audience engaged for the duration of the pantomime and we received lots of positive feedback from the children and families who attended.”

“The energy and quality of the performance is up there with the stars.”

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