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by Polly Teale

This amateur production is presented by arrangement with NICK HERN BOOKS 

Directed by Chrissie Poulter

In a collision of dreams, imaginings and memories, playwright Polly Teale shows how three great writers emerged, three sisters, three landmarks of the Yorkshire moors, entwined by ties of family, isolation and a passion for the written word.

She challenges the theatre to fill its indoor space with the vast, windswept outdoors of the moors and the sea; with the vast internal storms of human emotions played out within the confines of a family home, a family whose name we know so well – Brontë.

See how their story inspired their stories, as we take you from today, back to the 1840’s, to the parsonage in Haworth, where the daily reality of tending to people – the living and the dead – occupies their father, Patrick. Tending to Patrick occupies his three daughters, Emily, Charlotte and Anne. And then there was Branwell, their brother, charismatic and careless, passionate and profligate. Was he Heathcliff?

“Do you ever wonder what our lives would have been had we never put pen to paper?”

“The daydreams in which you indulge are likely to produce a distempered state of mind.

Literature cannot be the business of a woman’s life, and it ought not to be.”

Monday 12th – Saturday 17th May 2025 7.30pm

Tickets £10.00 (Students £6.00, Greenroom £5.00)

Wildman Studio