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The Rosemary Branch Theatre and Tennison's Quirk
in association with Guildford's Yvonne Arnaud presents...
by Emily Brontë
Adapted and directed by Helen Tennison
Original Score by Ben Davies
With Jack Benjamin, Emma Fenney, George Haynes, Lucinda Lloyd and Helen Watkinson
Published just after Jane Eyre, this is arguably the masterpiece of the Brontë novels. This complex tale of cruelty, passion, jealousy and revenge charts the inhabitants of two isolated Yorkshire farmhouses over a period of two generations, and divided the readers of its day with its outspoken views on social mores. This brand new production comes from the same team that created the Multi Award Nominated Time Out Critic's Choice Breakfast With Emma (2010) and Sense and Sensibility (2012)