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Gossip and speculation are rife when a woman and her young child move into a house on desolate and inhospitable Wildfell. And who is the man who visits secretly? Her neighbour sets out to discover all. Completing the cast are two beautiful border collies, Tia and Eve, who will be playing Sancho with the help of their trainer and owner Elspeth Brown.Performers Phoebe Pryce (Helen Graham), Michael Peavoy (Gilbert Markham), Nicole Lecky (Rose Markham/Lady Annabella Lowborough), Marc Small (Arthur Huntingdon), Colin Connor (Reverend Millward/Lord Lowborough), Philip Starnier (Mr Lawrence/Ralph Hattersley), Sue Twist (Mrs Markham/Rachel), Natasha Davidson (Eliza/Millicent), Ollie Guffogg (Arthur - some dates), Adam Crompton (Arthur - some dates).
Book by Anne Bronte. Producer Octagon Theatre Bolton. Producer York Theatre Royal. Adapted by Deborah McAndrew. Director Elizabeth Newman. Design Amanda Stoodley.
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