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Beauty And The Beast

    by Philip Meeks


Panto Script: 'Beauty And The Beast' by Philip MeeksA tale as old as pantomime!  The most enchanting fairy story of all is given an exciting pantomime treatment with a snappy French twist. This script by award winning playwright Philip Meeks, features many named parts, smaller roles and great characters for women.

When  Fairy Bon-Bon and the Demon Diablo clash, selfish Pierre is transformed from a dashing Prince into a terrible Beast.  Not only that, but Diablo and Bon-Bon lose their powers and are destined to become the Prince’s servants. To break the curse Pierre must fall in love before the last petal on a magical rose falls. But who could ever love such a monster?

Enter feisty Belle Baguette from the nearby town of Jolie Ville. With her father the Professor and her zany neighbours Dame Fifi the schoolteacher and her son Bertie the onion seller, she finds herself trapped in the Castle of the Beast where the cups and saucers speak and the furniture can dance.  When Belle stands up to the Beast their friendship grows.  But danger lurks in the form of the dastardly mayoress of Jolie Ville, Camilla Parker-Bike.  She intends to find Bon Bon’s missing magic wand and claim the Beasts kingdom for herself.

Will the Beast melt Belle’s heart? Will the Queen of the Imps ever get to sing her song? And will Dame Fifi manage to control her pupils without a trip to Specsavers? (Think about it).


Principals : 6m, 8f, 4m/f  (plus Chorus & Dancers)
  Madame Bon-Bon: A fairy who’s lost her way (f)
  Mr Diablo: A former Demon King (m)
  Prince Pierre: The eponymous Beast (m)
  Professor Baguette: An inventor (m)
  Belle: His clever daughter (f)
  Dame Fifi Latrine: Jolie Ville’s Teacher (m)
  Bertie Latrine: Her onion selling son (m)
  Camilla Parker-Bike: The Wicked Mayoress (f)
  Claude: Camila’s simpering brother (m) 
  Millie: An odd little girl (f)
  Queen Oo-La-La: Queen of the Imps (f)
  Itsy and Bitsy: Impettes (m/f)
  Spick and Span: A Pan and Brush (m/f)
  Monster Millie: A little girl transformed (f)
  Two Witches: Two ungrateful guests (f)
  Chorus of Villagers, Crockery, Imps, Assorted Fairy Folk

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