Brontë Society plaque on Bozar gets a facelift - It’s all too easy to walk past the bronze plaque on ‘Bozar’ commemorating Charlotte and Emily’s stay in Brussels in 1842-43, as it’s placed rather high on ...
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Shrapnel Theatre's New Musical Night is back again with another brand new musical!
28 Grove Road, Cockfosters, Barnet, Herts EN4 9DE
Along with a Concert-Staging of a Brand New Musical, there will be a Q&A with a writer, previews of musicls about to open in London and beyond, as well as some special guests! This is one not to miss,
Wuthering Heights by Cathering McDonald
Jealousy, love, revenge and death come together with passionate music in this brand new musical retelling of Emily Brontë’s classic gothic novel, Wuthering Heights. Following the dark tale of the thwarted love of Cathy and Heathcliff and the dramatic impact it has on the next generation of young lovers, Wuthering Heights is a story of raw and brutal passion, hate and love. This musical adaptation has proved itself to be addictive to work on, to perform in and to listen to, guaranteed to cause goosebumps, tears, laughter and horror. Wuthering Heights is not just a show; it’s an experience in human cruelty and kindness that kicks you in the gut. Emily Bronte wrote a feminist novel and Catherine McDonald turned it into a feminist musical, full of brave, selfish, powerful, foolish, fascinating women.