WIN A Pair of Tickets to see Birmingham Royal Ballet presenting Beauty and the Beast @ Sunderland Empire

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Closing Date: 26 March 2019

WIN A Pair of Tickets to see Birmingham Royal Ballet presenting Beauty and the Beast at Sunderland Empire on the 28th March @ 7:30pm.

Birmingham Royal Ballet is set to return to Sunderland Empire this month for four performances only, 28-30 March 2019 with the enchanting and sumptuous production of Beauty and the Beast.

From the creator of Birmingham Royal Ballet’s smash-hit Cinderella, prepare to witness transformations, wild waltzes, soaring birds and a relationship between Belle and the Beast that is at first terrifying, but ultimately serene and beautiful in David Bintley’s glorious Gothic ballet.

A cruel Prince, cursed to spend the rest of his life living in a fantastical castle with the animals he callously hunted, finds salvation in the heart of a beautiful girl. Caught stealing a single rose, Belle’s desperate father exchanges his youngest daughter’s freedom for his own life. In his distant castle the Beast, stripped of his handsome features and his very humanity, must win her heart, or spend the rest of his life in bitter solitude.

For your chance to WIN A Pair of Tickets to see Birmingham Royal Ballet presenting Beauty and the Beast at Sunderland Empire on the 28th March, simply answer the following question below: 

What is Belle’s father caught stealing?

Winners will be contacted via email, good luck.


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