Settle in and enjoy live music on stage before a screening of It’s A Wonderful Life.
Considered one of the most beloved films in cinematic history, It’s A Wonderful Life has become essential viewing during the Christmas season and a Tyneside Cinema tradition.
Frank Capra’s Dickensian classic is an undisputed Christmas masterpiece, and perhaps the only one to centre around an attempted suicide. James Stewart is George Bailey, a good man who has descended into despair because he considers himself cheated out of the life he could have had. This attempted suicide brings about the intervention of his Guardian Angel, Clarence Odbody (Henry Travers), who arrives in his hour of need to show George how loved he is by everyone in his small community of Bedford Falls and what life would look like without him.
A timeless story of redemption and hope that is an absolute treasure, returning to our screens in a beautiful new digital restoration. Guaranteed to bring tears and smiles in equal measure, this is a Tyneside Cinema Christmas tradition that’s too good to miss!
The screenings on 21 & 22 December will be accompanied by a live choir while the 23 December’s film will be preceded by a guitar duo and vocalist.