Page wall post by The Brontë Society - The Brontë Society: On this day, 1854 (a month before her marriage), Charlotte writes to Mrs Gaskell. Speaking about Mr Nicholls, she confides: 'I had a l...
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Battersea Arts Center, 22 - 26 Oct
McMaster’s award-winning, all male version of Emily Brontë’s classic novel re-visits the landscapes and lives of the characters from this seminal text, and places them alongside a poignant and significant exploration of what it means to be a ‘man’ living in the world today.
Featuring overly 'high-drama', the darkness of the Yorkshire moors, full throated singing and touching memorials of being a boy, this bold new performance from ‘one of Scotland’s most interesting young theatre makers’ (The Scotsman) is not to be missed.