The Wickhams: Christmas at Pemberley
About The Wickhams: Christmas at Pemberley
As the events of Miss Bennet unfold upstairs at Pemberley, the servants below stairs find themselves in the midst of a different holiday scandal. An unwelcome visitor has stumbled into the hall in the middle of the night—Mr. Darcy’s nemesis and Lydia’s incorrigible husband: Mr. Wickham. The bustling housekeeper, Mrs. Reynolds; Cassie, the resilient new serving girl; and Brian, the helplessly romantic groomsman, must each balance their holiday preparations with keeping Wickham confined—for a secreted letter may be the key to bringing him to justice. But before long, old grudges and new misunderstandings reach a boiling point, and as the festivities spiral into chaos, Pemberley’s residents struggle to keep peace without taking sides.
"The Wickhams: Christmas at Pemberley" is a a companion piece to Miss Bennet: Christmas at Pemberley—both continuations of Jane Austen’s popular novel, "Pride and Prejudice." Warm and sensational, Gunderson and Melcon’s second Austen adaptation delves into class, privilege, family and forgiveness—and what it means to truly give, in the season of giving.
Recommended for ages 12 and up.