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Picardy Third presents


11 September

Written by William Luce

Brontë begins in 1849 with Charlotte, at thirty-three, returning from Scarborough where she has buried Anne, her youngest sister. Only Charlotte and her stern God-fearing father are left in this house of memories and she has resigned herself to the notion that she will live and die a lonely maid. As the play unfolds, Charlotte comes to terms with her genius and her need for love.

Be a part of history, let history be a part of you in this UK premiere of Brontë directed and performed by Bethany Goodman.

Times & Prices

Date Time Venue Full Price Over 65s Students
Saturday, 11th September 2021 19:30 Main House £10 £8 £8