Frank Capra’s classic movie It’s A Wonderful Life needs no introduction.
George Bailey, a desperate middle-aged clerk discovers the difference he has made to his family, his friends and his home town, with a little help from Clarence, the apprentice angel.
Celebrated theatre company, Farnham Maltings, is bringing the struggles and joys of 1940s small town American to the villages and towns of England. They have created two hours of theatre which promises to warm the coldest of places through the long winter nights.
It’s A Wonderful Life will be staged at the Bishop Purseglove School, Tideswell, on Saturday, January 24, and at the Rose Theatre, Chesterfield,on Sunday, January 25. Both performances start at 7.30pm.
For Tideswell tickets (£9.50 or £7.50), contact 01298 871063 or firstname.lastname@example.org. For Chesterfield tickets (£10.50, £8.50, £6.50) , contact 01246 271540 or www. rosetheatrechesterfield.co.uk