How many of us have suffered with a poor perception of who we are and how others see us? At times, we will have no idea of the little kindnesses that we have shown and how those little things have impacted the lives of others.
Enter: It’s A Wonderful Life
Set on Christmas Eve in Bedford Falls, this is the story of George Bailey, who at a desperate hour in his life, encounters an angel by the name of Clarence, and is shown what life in Bedford Falls would be like if he had never existed. This classic Christmastime production comes to life as a live 1940s radio broadcast!
What is a "live radio play"?
A live radio play is a dramatised performance of a show that was originally composed for radio (i.e. dramatised audio), except that it's performed in front of a live audience. The cast will often play the part of multiple characters, complemented by live music & "old-fashioned" sound effects.
Are seats assigned at It's a Wonderful Life?
Seats are not allocated on your ticket - you can sit in any available seat on a first come, first served basis. Doors will open 30minutes before the show is scheduled to start.
These tickets are free?
Yes! Tickets are required for entry to ensure we have appropriate coverage for the event. A gold coin donation is encouraged at the door.