10 Fascinating Facts About Charlotte Brontë - On Wednesday 7th December, I’m very honoured to be returning to my old University, the University of Huddersfield, to give a public lecture on Charlotte Br...
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By Emily Brontë, adapted by Anne-Marie Casey
Gate Theatre. Preview Thursday 13 November
Opening night Tuesday 18 November
Until January 24, 2015
Director Michael Barker-Caven
Catherine Earnshaw/Linton Kate Brennan
Nelly Dean Fiona Bell
Heathcliff Tom Canton
Francis/Zillah Maeve Fitzgerald
Lockwood Bosco Hogan
Hindley Earnshaw/Mr Earnshaw Ronan Leahy
Isabella Linton Rebecca O’Mara
Joseph Karl O’Neill
Edgar Linton Stephen Swift
"I have not broken your heart - you have broken it; and in breaking it, you have broken mine."
Emily Brontë's novel of intense desire and impossible love has thrilled generations of readers since its first publication in 1847. Set in the magnificent and desolate landscape of the Yorkshire moors, it tells of the doomed relationship between the wild and beautiful Catherine Earnshaw and her adopted brother, the brooding, elusive Heathcliff, whom her father discovered as a mysterious foundling on the Liverpool docks and brought back to his home - Wuthering Heights.
Humiliated by his adopted family and spurned by the woman he loves, anger and resentment grow in Heathcliff. Will his all-consuming passions ultimately destroy both himself and those around him?