Christmas Flicks: It’s a Wonderful Life (U)

Christmas films on the Big Screen in The Kitchen Running from
Last event: Sunday 24 December 2017 at 5pm
  • Full Price: £12 / Aged Under 26: £9
    Price includes film, headphones to stream audio plus a glass of fizz, Christmas ale, mulled wine or a soft drink
  • The Kitchen

Part of: Christmas and New Year

Director: Frank Capra
Stars: James Stewart, Donna Reed, Lionel Barrymore, Henry Travers

Brimming with goodwill It’s A Wonderful Life is the seasonal classic no Christmas is complete without. Beset by problems, kind-hearted George Bailey (James Stewart) considers ending it all until his guardian angel Clarence steps in to show him what his home town would be like without his benevolent presence. Thus, he decides to return home to the friends and family who hold him dear just in time for Christmas. Movie magic.

Age Rating: U
Duration: 130 mins

Enjoy Christmas classics in the majestic setting of Storyhouse’s art deco foyer on The Kitchen Big Screen. Price includes film, headphones to stream audio plus a glass of fizz, Christmas ale, mulled wine or a soft drink.

Duration

Approx 130 mins

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