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Wuthering Heights archive

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Book by: Emily Bronte

Archive listings for Wuthering Heights

Work type: Musical.

T0654628557

Rehearsed Reading. The year is 1800 in a remote and lonely community in West Yorkshire. A stranger is brought into the lives of the Earnshaw and Linton families, who will change the course of their lives forever. A story of revenge, survival and undying love.Book by Catherine McDonald. Music Catherine McDonald. Lyrics Catherine McDonald. Music Adam Morris. Performer Philippa Wright (Catherine Linton). Performer Michaela Cartmell (Cathy Earnshaw). Performer Chris Ellis-Stanton (Edgar Linton). Performer Daniel Moore (Hareton Earnshaw). Performer Chris Cowley (Heathcliff). Performer Scott Ellis (Hindley Earnshaw). Performer Emily Byrt (Isabella Linton). Performer Dean Bray (Linton Heathcliff). Performer Jon Osbaldeston (Mr Earnshaw/Mr Lockwood). Performer Camilla Simson (Nelly Deane).
2 Oct 17The Other Palace, Inner London :: V806511856
listing details L0204476614

T0667044499

Company WAOS.
5 May 15 to 9 May 15Rhoda McGaw Theatre, Woking :: V1033
listing details L1795193500

T259954493

Premiere of an adaptation of the well-loved classic, staged as a musical. The story of desire, belonging and vengeance and the unforgettable characters of Heathcliff and Cathy are brought to new life by means of a musical score, which enhances the dramatic tale superbly.Adapted by Catherine McDonald.
11 Feb 14 to 15 Feb 14Barons Court Theatre, Inner London :: V169
listing details L179525036

T903435941

McMaster's award-winning, all male version of Emily Bronte's classic novel re-visits the landscapes and lives of the characters from this seminal text, and places them alongside a poignant and significant exploration of what it means to be a ?man' living in the world today.Adapted by Peter McMaster.
22 Oct 13 to 26 Oct 13BAC (Battersea Arts Centre), Inner London :: V168
listing details L02139105953

T0193328372

Myriad Theatre's sizzling new adaptation of Emily Bronte's wildly passionate masterpiece. No holds barred in this production: this will be Cathy and Heathcliff as you have never seen them before! Cathy has just three options: marry Heathcliff and remain utterly penniless, at the mercy of her brother's rabid mood swings; go away, to become a governess; or marry the wealthy landowner who has fallen in love with her - and use his money and station to try to find happiness. The play poses the question: which option should Cathy choose?Company Myriad Theatre.
10 Jul 12 to 15 Jul 12Barons Court Theatre, Inner London :: V169
listing details L0219549417

T01422715176

Brontë goes to Bollywood in an irresistible new musical The scorched desert landscape of Rajasthan is the setting for this musical interpretation of Emily Brontë’s classic tale of passion, jealousy and revenge. Shakuntala, headstrong daughter of spice merchant Singh, falls for Krishan, a street urchin that Singh brings home after one of his trips to market. But can their adolescent love withstand India’s rigid social hierarchies, and Shakuntala’s yearning for a life inside Vijay’s sumptuous haveli? Wuthering Heights is the latest show from leading British Asian Company, Tamasha - creator of Fourteen Songs, Two Weddings and a Funeral (winner of the Barclays Theatre Award for Best Musical) and the groundbreaking East is East. Influenced by a history of Indian cinema - from brooding black-and-white epics of the 40s and 50s, to colourful contemporary blockbusters - it will captivate theatregoers of all ages.Producer Tamasha. Producer Coliseum Theatre (co-production in association with Lyric Hammersmith). Adapted by Tamasha. Book by Deepak Verma. Music Sheema Mukherjee. Music Felix Corss. Lyrics Felix Cross. Director Kristine Landon-Smith. Design Sue Mayes. Music John Rigby (musical supervisor). Music John Rigby (orchestrations and arrangements). Music Chandru of Bollywood Strings (orchestrations and arrangements). Choreographer Nikki Woollaston. Lighting Itai Erdal. Sound Mike Furness. Performer Pushpinder Chani. Performer Rina Fatania. Performer Anil Kumar. Performer Divian Ladwa. Performer Sheena Patel. Performer Youkti Patel. Performer Davina Perera. Performer Gary Pillai. Performer Amith Rahman. Performer Youkti Patel. Performer irvine Iqbal. Performer Najam Javed. Performer Ambika Jois. Performer Shaheen Khan. Performer Kartik Raghunathan.
16 Jun 09 to 20 Jun 09Harrogate Theatre, Harrogate :: V942
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16 Jun 09 to 20 Jun 09Harrogate Theatre, Harrogate :: V942
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2 Jun 09 to 6 Jun 09NST Campus, Southampton :: V776
listing details L1740289032
29 Apr 09 to 23 May 09Lyric Hammersmith Theatre, Outer London :: V315
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21 Apr 09 to 25 Apr 09Citizens Theatre, Glasgow :: V611
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7 Apr 09 to 11 Apr 09Northcott Theatre, Exeter :: V886
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13 Mar 09 to 28 Mar 09Coliseum Theatre, Oldham :: V497
listing details L02018478189

T512262745

The wild and passionate story of Catherine Earnshaw and her adopted brother Heathcliff. Set in the harsh windswept world of the Yorkshire Moors, Wuthering Heights is a dark unforgettable story of thwarted love that endures to the grave and beyond.Producer Abbey Musical Society. Director Colin Smith. Director Noreen Steel (music). Choreographer Sarah Jackson.
18 Mar 02 to 23 Mar 02The Forum, Barrow-in-Furness :: V1
listing details L1654430392

T1758206054

The wild and passionate story of Catherine Earnshaw and her adopted brother Heathcliff. Set in the harsh windswept world of the Yorkshire Moors, Wuthering Heights is a dark unforgettable story of thwarted love that endures to the grave and beyond.Company Image Theatre.
7 Apr 01Wyeside Arts Centre, Builth Wells :: V850
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6 Apr 01The Coliseum, Aberdare :: V821
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4 Apr 01 to 5 Apr 01Octagon Theatre, Yeovil :: V919
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2 Apr 01 to 3 Apr 01Fairfield Halls, Outer London :: V295
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27 Mar 01Palace Theatre, Mansfield :: V453
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23 Mar 01Millfield Theatre, Outer London :: V316
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22 Mar 01Prince of Wales Centre, Cannock :: V115
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8 Mar 01 to 10 Mar 01New Wimbledon Theatre, Outer London :: V341
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7 Mar 01Brewhouse, Burton-on-Trent :: V126
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6 Mar 01Arena Theatre, Wolverhampton :: V160
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3 Mar 01Pavilion Theatre, Rhyl :: V813
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1 Mar 01Watersmeet Theatre, Rickmansworth :: V49
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22 Feb 01Oakengates Theatre at The Place, Telford :: V110
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19 Feb 01 to 20 Feb 01Brewhouse Theatre and Arts Centre, Taunton :: V918
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17 Feb 01Arc Theatre, Trowbridge :: V881281219
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16 Feb 01Wycombe Swan, High Wycombe :: V749
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14 Feb 01The Harlequin, Redhill :: V707
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9 Feb 01Corn Exchange, Newbury :: V732
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6 Feb 01Meres Guildhall Arts Centre, Grantham :: V447
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