Clas­sic tale of racial in­jus­tice that pulls at the heart strings

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ACLAS­SIC novel about racial in­jus­tice has been adapted for the stage and au­di­ences have the chance to see it in High Wy­combe un­til Satur­day.

Harper Lee’s Pulitzer Prize-win­ning To Kill a Mock­ing­bird tells the story of lawyer At­ti­cus Finch who seeks the truth, and his feisty daugh­ter, Scout – a young girl on the cusp of adult­hood – bring­ing new hope to a neigh­bour­hood in tur­moil

Christo­pher Sergel’s en­thralling pro­duc­tion from London’s award-win­ning Re­gent’s Park The­atre cap­tures the warmth and poignancy of this tale with gen­uine heart and emo­tional depth.

A story as mov­ing and mag­i­cal as you could ever hope to find.

The play is two hours and 30 min­utes, in­clud­ing a 20-minute in­ter­val.

Tick­ets cost £19.50 to £31. The show starts daily at 7.30pm at Wy­combe Swan, in St Mary Street, High Wy­combe, HP11 2XE, un­til Satur­day, Novem­ber 8, with an ad­di­tional mati­nee per­for­mance at 2.30pm on Satur­day.

Call the box of­fice on 01494 512 000.

Daniel Betts as At­ti­cus and Jemima Ben­nett as Scout

Harry Ben­nett as Jem, Con­nie Walker as Stephanie Craw­ford, Leo Heller as Dill and Jemima Ben­nett as Scout and, right, Vic­to­ria Bewick as Mayella

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