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Performance

VenueReading Rep Theatre
Other spaces: King's Road
TownReading
CountyBerkshire
From30th November 2023
To30th December 2023
When19:30. Thu Mats 15:00. Sun Dec 17 at 17:00
What is currently on at Reading Rep Theatre (V2008480369)

It's a Wonderful Life

It's a Wonderful LifeT01178933962
George Bailey has dedicated his life to helping others, but the machinations of a local developer have driven him to despair. Clarence the gentle Angel, who is yet to earn his wings, comes to Earth to help the compassionate but despairingly frustrated businessman by showing what life would have been like if he never existed, and the truth behind what makes a meaningful life. This feel good story is a great example of just how valuable the gift of life is, and how large of an impact even one person can have on the life of so many others.

Archive :: production:T01178933962, play:S01090314282, venue:V2008480369
Current production:Work

Special Performances


  • 13 Dec 23 Relaxed

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Company

Author Mary Elliott Nelson
Director Paul Stacey
Director Chris Cuming
Design Libby Todd
Sound Julian Starr
Lighting Aaron J Dootson
Costume Molly Fraser
Other Josh Mathieson (accent coach)
Stage ManagerEleanor Walton
Stage ManagerJamie Kubisch0Wiles (assistant)
Other Jordan Harris (production manager)
Other Elese Palmer (associate production manager)
Performer Mark Desebrock (George)
Performer Eugene Evans (Angel Joe / Sam / Mr Gower / Potter / Ed / Welch / Bert)
Performer Orla O'Sullivan (Angel Clarissa / Mary)
Performer Charlotte Warner (Angel Gloria / Violet / Aunt Dilly / Harriet / Mrs Davies / Mrs Martini)
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