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Jan Marsh and Juliet Barker in conversationMore information in the Yorkshire Post.
West Lane Baptist Centre, Haworth, 2pm
Join Jan Marsh, the author of Jane and May Morris, Dante Gabriel Rossetti, Painter and Poet and current president of the William Morris Society, and Juliet Barker, award winning biographer and author of The Brontës and The Brontës: A Life in Letters as they discuss the letter writing of Jane Morris and the Brontë sisters.
The Cygnet Company present
Wednesday, 02nd April 2014
Tiverton Community Arts Theatre, Tiverton, United Kingdom
Charlotte Brontë's classic novel of romance and mystery comes to the Tiverton Theatre in a new vibrant production.
Orphaned Jane lives miserably with her Aunt, Mrs Reed until she is sent to Lowood, a place of fleeting moments of joy and friendship amid the privation and challenges of school life.
Moving to Thornfield Hall as Governess. Jane meets the brooding Mr Rochester, her emotions blossom and marriage beckons. However, Rochester hides a secret which threatens to tear them apart.
Jane Eyre adapted by Polly Teale (Shared Experience). "A bold theatrically inventive adaptation of the literary classic that puts the interior life of the novel on the stage. "