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Sleeping Beauty has been unveiled as Belfast Waterfront’s pantomime for Christmas 2017
Sleeping Beauty Early Bird tickets are now up for grabs! So although the festive season may still be some way off, there’s no time to dream or let the spring grass grow under your feet!
Last year’s pantomime (Aladdin) sold out in double quick time so it pays for families to save by booking early and selecting the performance dates and times of their choice. The Sleeping Beauty pantomime Early Bird ticket offer closes on Wednesday 31 August. Once they’re gone, they’re gone!
Directed by Lisa May and produced by Martin Lynch, Sleeping Beauty is the best loved fairy tale of them all! In a land far, far away the Wicked Fairy has cast a truly evil spell, dooming our beautiful princess to sleep for a hundred years. Is there anyone who can break the spell and wake our princess…?
Audiences will love this magical traditional Christmas adventure presented by a fabulous cast. And they’ll also get up close to our larger than life characters and be part of our story as it unfolds!
Tickets for Sleeping Beauty (7 December - 7 January) are available by calling 028 9033 4455, online at www.waterfront.co.uk and at our Box Office at the Ulster Hall.
Press release issued by: Nicholas Sadlier, Entertainments Marketing Executive, Belfast Waterfront and Ulster Hall. Tel: 028 9033 4418 Email: email@example.com
The main Waterfront and Ulster Hall box office is located at the Ulster Hall.
Box Office opening hours are Monday - Saturday, 10am - 5pm.
There is a Credit/Debit card handling charge of £1.50 per ticket for bookings made by telephone. Online bookings attract a charge of £2.50 per transaction. A fee of £0.50 per ticket is payable for tickets purchased at the Box Office Counter.
A fee of £1.50 per booking is payable for tickets forwarded by post (£3 per booking (ROI / Europe).
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