by Eve Ensler 25th April 2010 Director Pat Brinicombe A Workington Playgoers Production
Adaptation by Tony Palermo
Saturday 17th & Sunday 18th December 2016
Adapted from the book and directed by Millie Hardy Sims
A Theatre Royal Second Star Youth Theatre Production
Adapted from the book The Greatest Gift by Philip Van Doren Stern and the 1946 film, directed by Frank Capra. Performed with kind permission from Tony Palermo at RuyaSonic.
George Bailey never got a chance to fulfil his life’s ambition to explore the world. As he watches his friends and family become success stories, he dreads having to run his father’s loan business, struggling to compete with the dastardly banker Mr Potter. When a financial discrepancy puts George in a difficult position, an angel comes to show him what life would have been like if he had never been born. In the end, George realises he truly does have a Wonderful Life.
The original It’s a Wonderful Life is one of the world’s best-loved Christmas films, and the story still has much to teach us about the potential impact of a single human life. This production, showcasing talented young Cumbrian actors aged 10 to 18, will be the perfect pre-Christmas outing for the whole family.
Doors open: 6pm
Running Time: 2.5hrs with intermission
Date: Sat 17th Dec- Sun 18th Dec