St.Giles’, St.Bartholomew’s & St.Mary’s | Flicks in the Sticks: 26 January 2018
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Flicks in the Sticks: 26 January 2018

Friday 26 January 2018 – St Giles’ Church, Whittington – 7.30pm

 

You Can’t Take It With You (1938) – a romantic comedy starring Jean Arthur, Lionel Barrymore, James Stewart and Edward Arnold

 

The stenographer Alice Sycamore is in love with her boss Tony Kirby, who is the vice-president of the powerful company owned by his greedy father Anthony P. Kirby. Kirby Sr. is dealing a monopoly in the trade of weapons, and needs to buy one last house in a twelve block area owned by Alice’s grandparent Martin Vanderhof. However, Martin is the patriarch of an anarchic and eccentric family where the members do not care for money but rather for having fun and making friends. When Tony proposes Alice, she states that it would be mandatory to introduce her simple and lunatic family to the snobbish Kirbys, and Tony decides to visit Alice with his parents. There is an inevitable clash of classes and lifestyles, the Kirbys spurn the Sycamores and Alice breaks with Tony, changing the lives of the Kirby family

 

Free to view……free popcorn and crisps……free drinks!

 

Date

December 14, 2017