Panto stars have one last run-through before opening to public

Anyone who has seen the Disney version of 'Beauty and the Beast' will know the significance of the Beast's roses.
Anyone who has seen the Disney version of 'Beauty and the Beast' will know the significance of the Beast's roses.

This year’s Fraserburgh Junior Arts Society’s pantomime stars gave ‘Beauty and the Beast’ one last run through on Sunday before opening to the paying public.

We were invited along to grab photographs of the production, seeing panto regulars such as 6.1.0 Dance Academy’s Stephen Summers step into the role of Count Danton, the vain, would be love interest of Paula Trail’s Beauty.

This year’s pantomime was ‘Beauty and the Beast’, a story known to most by the Disney movie of the same name, the FJAS, of course, putting their own spin on things to much success.

Tickets for the show were available to purchase for showings up until Saturday, December 21. The Fraserburgh Herald had attended on the night of Monday, December 16.