It’s A Wonderful Life – A Radio Play On Stage

Back by popular demand, The Beacon Arts Centre will bring It’s A Wonderful Life to the stage in a live radio play for the seventh consecutive year.

Performed as a 1940s radio broadcast in front of a studio audience, BAA’s Laurie Brown joins the cast this year as a radio actor who in turn plays the character of George Bailey.

Featuring live sound effects and live music this performance is a rare opportunity to see how a 1940s radio broadcast was produced.

Runs from 13 December – 22 December 2018

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