Sing along to the sounds of Beauty and the Beast at the Cultural Centre

The Chilliwack Cultural Centre invites you to sing along with Belle, Gaston and all your favourites

Captivating songs, lively storytelling, delightful animation, and compelling characters make this a great animated feature film for both kids and grownups. Join Belle on this epic journey – by singing along to the award-winning soundtrack. (Submitted)

We invite you to relax, to pull up a chair as the Chilliwack Cultural Centre presents Beauty and the Beast.

Be our guest and experience this Academy Award-winning film in an incredibly delightful interactive sing-along on Dec. 14. Filled with captivating songs, charming characters and stunning animation it will be an evening the whole family can enjoy.

Beauty and the Beast tells the story of the prince who was transformed into a beast by an enchantress for his arrogant and selfish ways, and Belle, the spirited daughter of an inventor who yearns for adventure. When Belle’s father is imprisoned by the cold-hearted beast, Belle offers him her own freedom in exchange for her father’s. Along the way, we learn that the only way to break the Beast’s curse is for someone to fall in love with him despite his unsightly appearance. With the help of the enchanted servants of the Beast’s household, the adventure begins as Belle attempts to draw the cold-hearted Beast out of his isolation.

This special showing lets fans of all ages join in the fun with Belle in sing-along fashion, from the enchanting “Be Our Guest” to the humorous “Gaston.” The audience is encouraged to come dressed in their beautiful Beauty and the Beast inspired costumes. As well, a real-life Belle will take to the stage to lead the sing-along and help the magic of Beauty and the Beast jump from the screen.

Come discover the magic behind the castle walls in this Academy Award-winning film in what will be an unforgettable evening.

Sing Along with the Movie Beauty and the Beast is coming to the Chilliwack Cultural Centre on Dec. 14 at 7 p.m. Tickets are $18 for all seats, and can be purchased at the Centre Box Office, online at www.chilliwackculturalcentre.ca, or by calling 604-391-SHOW(7469).

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