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It's A Wonderful Life

It's A Wonderful Life
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It’s back! The essential Christmas film treat for the whole family returns to the Tyneside Cinema this December!

James Stewart is George Bailey, a compassionate but frustrated everyman whose life seems to be coming apart. But when Clarence, an angel with one chance to prove his mettle, arrives on earth he teaches George just how much life is worth living.

A tearjerking, hilarious masterpiece that just gets better every time you watch it.

Book your tickets now for the region’s favourite festive family film event.

Mulled wine & mince pie tickets

Make your It's A Wonderful Life experience even more festive by booking one of our mulled wine and mince pie tickets - just ask for the mulled wine & mince pie ticket when making your booking.

Director(s): Frank Capra   Country of Origin: United States Language(s):In English 
Year: 1946   Running Time: 2hr 11 mins  
BBFC Advice: U Suitable for all  

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Tracey Errington said...

Phenomenal. A great way to start your Christmas off (or continue it if you attend the earlier screenings). Took my son and his girlfriend with me and my partner last year. Everyone laughed, cried and clapped at the end. Tyneside creates a great atmosphere. Can't wait to see it again this year!!

3 years ago


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Rebecca Innes said...

"You want the moon? Just say the word and I'll throw a lasso around it and pull it down."

Bestest most Wonderfulest Christmas film ever.
FACT.

6 years ago


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Jonathan Tull said...

awwwww......

6 years ago

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