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The Brontë Season

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The Brontës immediately conjure images of wild Yorkshire moors and the cobbled streets of Haworth. On the 200 year anniversary of Charlotte Brontë’s birth, this season celebrates and reimagines the extraordinary stories they wrote, their cultural legacy and their remarkable, yet tragic lives.

The Brontë season is presented in partnership with the Brontë Parsonage Museum.


 

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Northern Ballet presents
Wuthering Heights

Tue 6 – Sat 10 September
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West Yorkshire Playhouse presents
Villette

Sat 24 September – Sat 15 October
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West Yorkshire Playhouse and Bobby Tiwana present work-in-progress performances of
Wasted

Thurs 20 – Sat 22 October
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Know Your Place

Created by Rocket

Online from Mon 5 September

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Tiny Shoes
by Emma Adams

with Sound Design by Nicolas Lewis

Brontë Parsonage Haworth, or download online
£3

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Jane Eyre vs Villette Debate

Thur 29 September, 6pm
£3
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The Brontës: A Life in Letters Readings

Mon 3 October, 7pm
£3
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Brontës on Stage & Screen: Wuthering Heights Screening & Panel Discussion

Mon 10 October, 6.30pm
£12
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Exploring the events of the Brontë Parsonage, HaworthWhat events in the lives of the Brontë family might have inspired their plots and how did their environment impact on their writing? Introduce your students to the world of the Brontë family by visiting the Bronte Parsonage to explore two of the following options:Guided Walk Explore Haworth village and Penistone Hill to find out about the environment the Brontës grew up in.CharlotteAn illustrated talk, examining Jane Eyre and Villette in the context of Charlotte Brontë’s own life.Tour of parsonage and Museum (self guided) Look around the Brontë home, filled with their possessions, artwork and manuscripts.Duration: 10am-1pm or 12pm-3pmSuitable for: GCSE/A-Level groups (14+)/students of English Literature, Drama and Theatre StudiesAvailable: Sept-Oct 2016Logos together vis_11.15____________________________________________________________________________________________________Brontë Heritage at Leeds Libraries, City Library Yorkshire in the time of the Brontë FamilyExplore a wealth of resources depicting the Yorkshire landscape and a selection of newspapers which influenced the Brontës and their writing.  A book handling session will introduce students to heritage books printed during this era followed by an opportunity to embrace everyone's inner Brontë by using nibs and ink to create and write miniature books.Duration: 10am - 12.30pmSuitable for: KS3, GCSE, A-level groups (14+) and students of English Literature, Drama and Theatre studiesDates: Thursdays - 8 and 29 Sept, 6 and 13 OctCost: £315 per groupMaximum: 25 students___________________________________________________________________________________________________Villette: A Practical WorkshopSat 24 Sept - Sat 15 OctA West Yorkshire Playhouse workshop based on Villette.Discover more about the adaptation of this novel and how the Playhouse brought this unique production to life.Duration: morning or afternoon (90 minutes)Suitable for: GCSE/A-Level Drama and Theatre Studies studentsAvailable: during September and October in school or at the PlayhouseCost: £165+VAT (plus travel expenses if taking place in school)Maximum: 30 students_____________________________________________________________________________________________________Northern Ballet presents Wuthering HeightsTue 6 - Sat 10 SeptA Northern Ballet Workshop based on Wuthering HeightsNorthern Ballet is renowned for reimagining well-known stories through dance. To explore the story and characters of Wuthering Heights in a different way, they are offering school workshops to accompany Wuthering Heights throughout the Autumn term.Delivered by a professional dance artist at your school, workshops start at £200+VAT for a half day.northernballet.com/join-in/education Click here for more information about our Education resourcesplay imagePlease contact Aoibheann Kelly, Creative Eduction Manager for more information about all workshop opportunities on Aiobheann.Kelly@leedsplayhouse.org.uk
Download BrochureThe Pop-Up Season
Autumn 18 / Spring 19
Download BrochureThe Pop-Up Season
Autumn 18 / Spring 19
Major funders
Arts Council England Leeds City Council The Liz and Terry Bramall Foundation
Principal Capital Partners
SOYO Moda
Principal Capital and Access Partner
Irwin Mitchell Solicitors