Bronte:A Solo Portrait of Charlotte Bronte

12 November
Set during a single day in 1849, the play begins as Charlotte, the last surviving Brontë sibling, returns to her father’s home in Haworth in Yorkshire — and sits down to write a letter to her friend Ellen Nussey, called Nell. This provides a biography of Charlotte's life as she looks into the future alone with her elderly father...but will Arthur Bell Nicholls come calling?

Set on stage in the old Bronte Church , where her father preached, and taught in the adjoining school this is almost a home-coming.
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£20 with complimentary drink

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