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Moonrise Cinema’s first screen­ing of Dis­ney’s Beauty and the Beast sold out in just a few hours, so make sure you book your tick­ets quick for the sec­ond screen­ing this Satur­day, at 7pm.

Dis­ney’s Beauty and the Beast is a retelling of the stu­dio’s an­i­mated clas­sic which re-fash­ions the clas­sic char­ac­ters from the tale as old as time for a con­tem­po­rary au­di­ence, stay­ing true to the orig­i­nal mu­sic while up­dat­ing the score with sev­eral new songs.

Beauty and the Beast is the fan­tas­tic jour­ney of Belle, a bright, beau­ti­ful and in­de­pen­dent young wo­man who is taken pris­oner by a beast in his cas­tle.

De­spite her fears, she be­friends the cas­tle’s en­chanted staff and learns to look be­yond the Beast’s hideous ex­te­rior and re­alise the kind heart and soul of the true Prince within.

The film stars Emma Wat­son as Belle, Dan Stevens as the Beast, Luke Evans as Gas­ton, the hand­some but shal­low vil­lager who woos Belle, and Os­car win­ner Kevin Kline as Mau­rice, Belle’s ec­cen­tric but lov­able fa­ther.

Ac­tors Emma Thomp­son, Ewan McGre­gor, Stan­ley Tucci and Ian McKellen also star.

Tick­ets for Beauty and the Beast are on sale at moon­risecin­ and will be avail­able at the ticket of­fice on the night if not sold out.

Pic­tures: Dis­ney

Dan Stevens and Emma Wat­son star as Beauty and the Beast in a live ac­tion re-telling of the clas­sic Dis­ney an­i­mated film.

Dan Stevens and Emma Wat­son lead a stel­lar cast in the retelling of Beauty and the Beast.

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