“It’s a Wonderful Life!” – The Radio Play @ Staveley Roundhouse

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Come and join us and get into a Christmassy mood with our very own production of It’s a Wonderful Life- The Radio Play. Set in a radio station in the 1940s, we have a very busy sound FX artist and lots of actors playing over 30 characters. Feel the spirit of Christmas as Frank Capra’s 1946 Christmas film comes vividly to life!

It’s Christmas Eve in Bedford Falls. George Bailey is a generous and well-meaning man who has become too downcast and tired to continue living. George encounters Clarence, his Guardian Angel. Can Clarence show George what life would be like if he hadn’t been born and will George have a change of heart and understand the true spirit of Christmas?

As adapted for the stage by Anthony E. Palermo from Frank Capra’s 1946 film. Based on the story, The Greatest Gift, by Philip Van Doren Stern.


  • Members £11.00
  • Guests £12.50
  • Includes a free interval drink
Staveley Roundhouse


Members £11.00 Guests £12.50 (includes a free interval drink)

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