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SALFORD BEAUTY AND THE BEAST PLAY ORDSALL FESTIVAL
 

Star date: 19th August 2018

BEAUTY AND THE BEAST IN ROUNDABOUT THEATRE
Orsdall Festival
Sunday 9th September
Ordsall Park

Beauty and the Beast, last seen on Britain's Got Talent, are to play at this year's Ordsall Festival, performing in the Lowry's Roundabout pop up theatre. Expect songs from the film and much more.

Full details here...


Salford Beauty and the Beast at Britain's Got Talent Ordsall Festival 2018
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This year's Ordsall Festival, on Sunday 9th September at Ordsall Park, will feature an Inflatable Zone, a live DJ, stalls, face painting, crafts and more, plus the Lowry's pop up Roundabout theatre, with a performance by Salford's Beauty and the Beast, last seen on tv's Britain's Got Talent.

The pair, Joe and Katherine O'Malley, who have their own Princesses and Characters business, have played the Ordsall Festival before as Frozen's Elsa and Olaf, but this year are going to be doing songs from Beauty and the Beast plus other Disney favourites in a half hour slot from 1pm in the pop up theatre.

"The theatre holds over 150 people and looks really good" says Katherine "We'll be dressed as Beauty and the Beast but I'll also be singing other songs on my own. Kids obviously will like the show but adults like it too, and we can all have a singsong.

"The show is free to enter but we'll be asking for donations which we'll put towards new costumes for other characters so we can do as many princesses and characters as possible for our princess parties and events" she adds.

Since doing Britain's Got Talent in May, the pair have done Britain's Got More Talent, a big charity event at Victoria Baths in Manchester for children who have cancer and have had lots of inquiries to appear at children's parties...

"We've even done some busking and do get recognised if we've got our costumes on" says Katherine "We're getting lots of interest"

Now Salford people can see the pair perform live in the unusual setting of the Roundabout theatre, while taking in all the delights that the Ordsall Festival has to offer.

Beauty and the Beast at the Ordsall Festival
Roundabout Theatre 1pm

Orsdall Festival
Sunday 9th September
Ordsall Park noon-5pm

For more details on the Beauty and the Beast show see the Facebook event page ? click here

For more details on the Ordsall Festival see the Facebook event page ? click here

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