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Special Previous Screening of To Walk InvisibleMore information on the Hebden Bridge Times.
Tuesday, 13 December, 6.00pm
Hebden Bridge Picture House
New Road, Hebden Bridge, HX7 8AD
Brontë fans in Yorkshire have the opportunity to be part of a very special preview screening of To Walk Invisible, BBC One’s original one-off drama written and directed by multi BAFTA winner Sally Wainwright, which was filmed in and around Yorkshire.
To Walk Invisible shows the extraordinary Brontë family in a new light and tells the story behind three remarkable women who, despite the obstacles they faced, came from obscurity to produce some of the greatest novels in the English language.
Literature at Lunch: Charlotte Brontë: 'Jane Eyre'
13th December 2016 - 12PM
Venue: Loughborough Town Hall
Loughborough, Leicestershire, UK
To celebrate the 200th anniversary of Charlotte’s birth we will examine her best known novel, ‘Jane Eyre’ and examine what it is about this classic that has kept it in from of the public for so many years. Why would a simple ‘Mills and Boon’ type plot...a poor heroine marrying her rich aristocratic boss...mean so much to so many?