CLWYD Theatr Cymru bring Harper Lee's timeless tale of racial prejudice - seen through a child's eyes - to the Torch Theatre from Thursday to Saturday, November 8-10.
Set in the deep south USA in the 1930s, 'To Kill a Mockingbird' is the courageous story of a fight for justice in a racially divided community. The novel is the third best seller ever, at over 30 million copies.
Directed by Tim Baker, the moving account of the lawyer Atticus Finch's brave fight for the truth when a black man is accused of the rape of a white girl, is a powerful portrait of a society governed by discrimination and divided by prejudice.
The story is seen through the eyes of an eight-year-old Scout played by Catrin Rhys - who recently performed in the Torch Theatre Company's production of 'A Prayer for Wings'.
Free workshops are available to all groups booked in to see the show. Please contact Jane Evans on (01646) 694192 for more info.
'To Kill a Mockingbird' plays at the Torch Theatre from Thursday to Saturday, November 8-10, at 7.30 pm. Tickets priced at £9 (£7.50 discounts) are available to purchase from the theatre box office (tel: 01646 695267). There will be a matinee performance at 1.30 pm on Thursday. All seats for the matinee are priced at £5 each.
Sponsored by Barclays Stage Partners.