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Jane Eyre: An AutobiographyEDIT: The rest of the tour dates:
Adapted by Dougie Blaxland
Monday 30th September to Wednesday 2nd October
With Ali Campbell
From a miserable childhood controlled by uncaring adults, Jane Eyre learns to rely on her own resources and determination to make her way in the world. Employed as a governess, she travels across the bleak Yorkshire moors to the Gothic isolation of Thornfield Hall – a house of locked doors with a dark and dangerous secret. There she meets the mysterious but fascinating Mr Rochester. Can the narrow constraints of Victorian society and the demons of the past be overcome? Should Jane be ruled by her head or heart? Live Wire Theatre Company returns with Dougie Blaxland’s innovative one woman version of Charlotte Brontë’s classic tale of love, loss and reconciliation.
For Monday's performance, last-minute newsletter offer - tickets for only £5! Quote "Jane's Newsletter" on the door before the show or over the phone, 0117-930-4264.
Doors and bar open at 7:30pm, show starts at 8pm.
Saturday 5 October Sterts Theatre, Liskeard Book Tickets
Tuesday 8 & Wednesday 9 October The Playhouse Theatre, Cheltenham Book Tickets
Friday 11 & Saturday 12 October Barnfield Theatre, Exeter Book Tickets (Exeter Daily)
Wednesday 16 - Saturday 19 October Cotswold Playhouse, Stroud Book Tickets
**Saturday 26 October Prior Park Theatre, Bath
**CHARITY PERFORMANCE All proceeds from ticket sales will go to Second Sight, a charity run by an Opthalmic Surgeon from the RUH that restores sight to people in India