Friday 16 June, 7pm
Wuthering Heights (by This is my Theatre)
“He’s more myself than I am. Whatever our souls are made of, his and mine are the same.”
When Mr Earnshaw returns to Wuthering Heights with an orphan boy, worlds collide. Amid these wild moors, a bond is formed between this once unloved child Heathcliffe and Earnshaw’s own daughter Catherine, sparking revenge, passion and obsession that will last a lifetime and beyond.
A beautiful and haunting adaptation that will make audiences fall in love with Emily Brontë’s novel all over again.
This is an open-air performance so please bring chairs/blankets and picnics to enjoy whilst watching. We will perform in all but the very worst weather!
Written by Emily Brontë
Adapted by Ethan Taylor
Directed by Sarah Slator
Music by Simon Stallard
Running time: Approximately 85 minutes
Bring your picnics and chairs and enjoy astonishing outdoor theatre in the beautiful Palace Gardens of Southwell Minster.
Gates open 6pm
Tickets on sale now at The Cathedral Shop (in person or on 01636 812933) or online by clicking here.