Director: Peter McMaster Performers: Gary Gardiner, Nick Anderson, Murray Wason
Venue: Old Lab
Four performers explore their experiences of being men in this bold, award-winning, all male interpretation of Emily Brontë’s seminal text. As they recall the dark expanses of the Yorkshire moors, they sing together, full- throated, and dance optimistically to the howling tones of Kate Bush. They ask, almost 200 years after the book was published, are the aspirations of men very different now? The energy of this brave new performance is not to be missed.
Brontë table is now back at the Parsonage. “It was one of the most significant occasions during all my time at the parsonage.” - *facebook/Bronte Parsonage Museum* The Yorkshire Post reports that the Brontë table is now back at the Parsonage. The dining table where the Brontë sist...
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