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|Wuthering Heights (Image: Niall Walker). |
From left: Thom, Chris, Nick, Peter and Murray.
Wuthering HeightsPeter McMaster
Battersea Arts Centre
1 - 5 Sep | 7:30pm
Peter McMaster’s award-winning, all-male version of Emily Bronte’s classic novel returns for a limited run this September, following sell-out performances last year.
Wuthering Heights 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 performance from ‘one of Scotland’s most interesting young theatre makers’ (The Scotsman) is not to be missed.
Please note this show contains nudity, swearing and loud noises.
Developed through the Arches, Glasgow Platform 18 Award.