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Songs, props and magical Disney - what an evening!

Beauty and the Beast Sing-a-Long (1937034)
Beauty and the Beast Sing-a-Long (1937034)

We know lots of you are already planning things to do with the kids during half-term, so after all the fun you had with Sing-a-Long-a Frozen, this time we bring you a fun-packed interactive celebration of the fabulous Disney film in Sing-a-Long-a Beauty and the Beast!

Led by a Singalonga host, this lively event on Tuesday May 29 at 7pm starts with a vocal warm-up and is followed by a demonstration of contents in your complimentary magic moments prop bag to be used at strategic points throughout the film.

Of course, this is all in preparation for the screening of the hit 2017 film Beauty and the Beast (certificate PG), with lyrics on screen to help you sing-along with Emma Watson, Ewan McGregor and Emma Thompson.

And although not essential, themed costumes are always highly encouraged at Singalonga events!

Full price tickets are £15, with concessions of £11 for under-16s and £11 per person for a family ticket.

NIck Sharratt (1937036)
NIck Sharratt (1937036)

Then it’s time to sharpen your pencils to enjoy an hour with popular children’s writer and illustrator Nick Sharratt in his Big Draw-Along show here on Friday June 1 at 2pm.

You really do draw-along with Nick, who is best known for illustrating lots of Jacqueline Wilson books, including Tracy Beaker, as well as other best-selling titles such as You Choose, Shark in the Park, and Pants.

Nick will be giving loads of tips along the way for you to create your own crazy creatures which he is always delighted to see at the end of the show.

Tickets are £7.50, or £6.50 per person for groups of four or more.

So bring your pencils, paper and something to lean on for an hour of pure escapism with a master of his trade.


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