The Swan Theatre Company presents

Brontë

By Polly Teale

Directed by Jess Payne

Monday 12th - Saturday 17th March 2018

Show starts at 7:45 pm

In Brontë we witness the real and imagined world of the Brontë sisters combine, as the three women are haunted by their own characters and imagination on stage. Isolated on the Yorkshire Moors, the play explores how the sisters use their loneliness, oppression and anger to create some of the most passionate works in literature, all as their brother Branwell turns to alcohol and poverty. Brontë is a modern and revealing look into the lives of three of the country's most treasured writers.

Doors open 7:15 pm, show starts 7.45pm.

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