Something there that wasn’t there before

BEAUTY & THE BEAST | 2-10 SEPTEMBER | THE TURNER CENTRE, Kerikeri

When Belle is imprisoned by the Beast, she is scared of him but defiant. As she gets to know him, she helps the monster to recover his heart, and falls for his hidden charms. Little does she know, their time together is fast running out…

The Stage Door Theatre Company is proud to present Disney’s ‘Beauty and the Beast’ – a family show that has won the hearts of audiences worldwide, and is filled with incredible musical numbers, unforgettable characters, imaginative sets and costumes.

TICKETS ON SALE NOW from The Turner Centre Box Office & iTICKET

*Belle and the Beast are played by Hannah Collins and Luca Bocock.

Maurice meets The Beast

BEAUTY & THE BEAST | 2-10 SEPTEMBER | THE TURNER CENTRE, Kerikeri

‘Crazy ole Maurice’ the Inventor (Belle’s father), is the first person to meet the scary Beast when he gets lost in the woods and seeks sanctuary in the Beast’s spooky castle. But he is imprisoned there instead, and when Belle comes to secure his release she is forced to take his place as the Beast’s prisoner…

The Stage Door Theatre Company is proud to present Disney’s ‘Beauty and the Beast’ – a family show that has won the hearts of audiences worldwide, and is filled with incredible musical numbers, unforgettable characters, imaginative sets and costumes.

TICKET ON SALE NOW from The Turner Centre Box Office & iTICKET

*Our Maurice (pictured) is played by Ian Skinner

Be Our Guest

BEAUTY & THE BEAST | 2-10 SEP | Turner Centre KERIKERI

Bring all the family and join us for the entertaining tale of Disney’s ‘BEAUTY & THE BEAST’…

Belle, a girl who is dissatisfied with life in her small town, is constantly trying to fend off the advances of pompous Gaston. The Beast, a prince under a spell, is forced to hide away in his castle. A wrong turn taken by Maurice, Belle’s father, causes the two to meet, and Belle is thrown into a strange world where enchanted objects come to life, and where the terrifying beast is not at all what he seems.

But as they fall for each other, is their time together running out?

TICKETS ON SALE through the Turner Centre Box Office and iTicket

In Which the Lion Reveals his True Parentage

PART FIVE:

COWARDLY LIONCan I please tag along with you in the woods? It’s scary in there.
DOROTHYWhy of course you can… Wait a minute… You shouldn’t be scared of anything.
COWARDLY LIONAre you kidding? There are lions and tigers and bears in there!
DOROTHYBut… aren’t you a lion?
COWARDLY LIONNo I’m a cowardly lion. My mother was a lion but my father was a chicken.
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In Which Scarecrow Reveals He is Terrible at Maths

Part Four

SCARECROWHi there, little girl and her dog. I see you’re heading down the Yellow Brick Road?
DOROTHYHello Mr Straw Man. Yes, we’re off to the Turner Centre to see the Wizard of Oz.
SCARECROWOh, I really want to see that show, and so do my young crow friends.
DOROTHYThey have Family Tickets, you know. How many crow friends do you have?
SCARECROW(Thinks)
Twelvety fiveteen and a halven
DOROTHY(Momentarily confused)
I tell you what, we’ll work it out when we get there.
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