A Beauty And The Beast pantomime will run at Malthouse Theatre in Canterbury this Christmas.
Following all the latest government guidelines, the production will open in December for a strictly limited run.
Beauty And The Beast tells the story of a prince, cursed to live as a terrifying monster until he finds true love, and a village girl called Belle, who draws the cold-hearted beast out of his isolation.
The production has been written by Paul Tate and will be directed by Joseph Hodges, with choreography by Jay Gardner and sound design by Phil Wilson.
Paul Tate (Joseph) as Dame Mona Lot, Sinead Kenny (Disney's Aladdin) as Belle, Jonathan Carlton (Kinky Boots) as Prince Louis, Joe Kelly (Saturday Night Fever) as Pierre A'Tights, Sophie Camble (White Christmas) as Marie-Ann Toilette and Louise Young (Mamma Mia) as Cherie Trifle. Completing the cast are Megan Dabbs and Katie Larbey.
Beauty And The Beast plays at Malthouse Theatre from Friday 11 December 2020. Tickets, sold in blocks of two to six seats, go on sale from October 1.
Performances will run for an hour and fifteen minutes with no interval.
For tickets and more information visit the theatre box office.