The New Beauty and the Beast Sing-Along Enchants Guests at Epcot

Beauty and the Beast

Epcot is undergoing a massive transformation. Besides the Festival of the Arts, there are three new shows that made their debut at the theme park. One of the new shows is the Beauty and the Beast Sing-Along at Epcot’s France Pavilion.

This show is quite different from the Frozen Sing-Along show at Disney’s Hollywood Studios. For starters, the show is entirely on-screen and has no entertainers hosting it. But the Beauty and the Beast Sing-Along is still a very fun show for its unique storytelling. The show is 15 minutes long and plays daily from 11:00 AM to 7:00 PM at the Palais du Cinema in France Pavilion.

Beauty and The Beast

Angela Lansbury narrates the show as her Mrs. Potts character. She retells the tale as old as time with a twist. What’s surprising is that she says LeFou is the one responsible for bringing Belle and Beast together! It might confuse some people at first, but it quickly makes sense. They added new footage of LeFou with him as the unsung hero of this fairytale sing-along. Without spoiling the details, the show has new humorous scenes of LeFou as a matchmaker working behind the scenes during the events of the animated movie. You’ll laugh at the new bits as they transition to the next musical number. The words of each song are placed on screen for guests to join in on the fun of singing as an audience.

Beauty and the Beast fans will enjoy seeing the new content. I was caught by surprise with the new scenes focused on LeFou and found it to be a worthy reason to check out the show. We hope you check out the new Beauty and the Beast Sing-Along to see it for yourself!


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Kevin Koszola

2 thoughts on “The New Beauty and the Beast Sing-Along Enchants Guests at Epcot

  1. How does this new show affect Impressions de France?? I hope it doesn’t displace any of the showings… it’s one of my favorite attractions at Walt Disney World…

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