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The Full BrontëThe Brewery Arts Centre
November 21, 8.00 PM
Roll up roll up for this cabaret-style celebration of Charlotte, Emily and Anne, their lives and times! Brought to you by Scary Little Girls, who've enjoyed sell-out successes from Edinburgh to Cornwall and bring you this show fresh from the du Maurier, Chester and Brighton literary festivals.
This affectionate tribute event is a performative romp through everything we all love about the Brontës and their creations.
Starring the glamorous and learned Monika de Plume (and side kick, lackey and occasional rapper, Non), this fun-filled event will delight literature aficionados and theatre fans alike – and of course every devoted Brontëphile! Expect comedy sketches, story telling, music and songs, audience games and participation; as well as additional mirth, high-jinks and give-aways!
Edge Hill University, Rose Theatre, Ormskirk, Lancashire
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Square Chapel, Halifax
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The Talbot Theatre, Whitchurch
21 March 2013
Clungunford Parish Hall, Clungunford
22 March 2013, 7.30 pm
Garway Village Hall, Garway
23 March 2013, 7.30 pm
FEC. Fundación de Estudios de la Comunicación
Conferencia-Coloquio “Jane Eyre, un icono femenino vivo en el cine actual”November 22, 17.00 h
Aula 203, Facultad de Filología , Universidad de Sevilla
With Cristina Abad, journalist and deputy director of the website Fila Siete.