It’s A Wonderful Life

It’s A Wonderful Life comes to the Concert Room of St George’s Hall right in time for Christmas so don’t miss out on the opportunity to catch this timeless classic LIVE on stage!

“Every time a bell rings, an angel gets its wings…”

It’s Christmas Eve, Bedford Falls. 
George Bailey, a down-on-his-luck banker, believes life has left him behind. But when his guardian angel appears, George is astounded to witness what life could be like without all of the good deeds he’s done. Maybe life wouldn’t be as wonderful without him…


Contains some distressing themes, but this production is suitable for all ages.

***** – Liverpool Echo, The Incident Room
***** – North West End, The Incident Room
***** – The Broken Spine, The Incident Room
**** ½  – Good News Liverpool, The Incident Room
**** ½  – Arts City Liverpool, The Incident Room
**** – Wirral Globe, The Incident Room

“Proof that Liverpool’s Arts scene is thriving” – Liverpool Echo

“An ensemble piece and everyone shines!” – Wirral Globe

“A promising crew of young actors with exciting careers ahead” – A Young(ish) Perspective

“Old Fruit Jar Productions have pulled out all the stops” North West End

“All of a sudden, theatre in Liverpool is looking very exciting” North West End

“Performances from Old Fruit Jar’s extraordinary young cast all stand up to scrutiny” Sightlines UK

Confirmed cast: Robbie Fletcher Hill, Florence King, Jordan Barkley, Rachel McGrath, Taona Matope, Sean Radford, Anthony Roberts, Sienna Morris, Luke Seddon, Josh Ennis, Faye Griffiths, and Andrew Johnson.

Written for the stage by: Mary Elliott Nelson
Directed by: Alex Carr

This is a co-production between Liverpool’s Royal Court and Old Fruit Jar Productions.

Suitable for all ages
North Entrance (fully accessible)
Doors open at 18:30
Fully licensed bar available (card only)
Fully accessible seats are FLOOR seats only.
Duration of the show is approximately 2 hours including Interval.

 

Tickets are also available for November dates at Liverpool Royal Court here

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