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When Heathcliff, a mysterious child is rescued and brought to Wuthering Heights, he develops an inseparable bond to Cathy, a friendship which soon develops into a passionate and iconic love spanning generations and ending with tragedy. It is the story of the wildly passionate but doomed love between Heathcliff and Catherine Earnshaw. Their unresolved passion eventually destroys them both and after Catherine's death a tormented Heathcliff embarks on a ruthless vendetta against those who had prevented them from being together. Set in the wilds of Yorkshire this fierce vision of an extraordinary passion in which heaven and hell, nature and society, dynamic and passive forces clash, has a unique and timeless appeal.Performers Susannh York, Amanda Ryan, Antony Byrne, Simon Coates, Edmund Kingsley, David Whitworth, Toby Dantzic, Victoria Yeates, Emma Noakes, Martin Allanson.
Book by Emily Bronte. Producer Birmingham Rep. Producer Touring Consortium. Adapted by April de Angelis. Director Indhu Robasingham. Design Mike Britton. Lighting Chris Davey. Sound Matt McKenzie. Choreographer Imogen Knight. Director Neale Birch (associate director). Director Bret Yount (fight). Other Neil Swain (dialect coach). Music Paul Englishby.
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