A show exploring the story behind the 1939 film Gone with the Wind comes to Rugby Theatre.
Moonlight and Magnolias tells the unusual tales that unfolded during the making of the film, as film-makers grappled with the towering public expectation that was bearing down on them.
This comedy explores these goings-on, including how producer David Selznick locked the screen writer and director in his office and demanded them to create a new screenplay for the whole film. As the film is three hours long this was no mean feat, but Selznick had his screenplay ready in a week.
The play starts on Saturday and runs through to Saturday, February 16. There is no show on Sunday. For further details and tickets call 01788 541234.