Jane Eyre to be staged at Haverhill Arts Centre
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A stage version of Jane Eyre, the novel by Charlotte Bronte, published under a man’s name in 1847, will be at Haverhill Arts Centre on Wednesday, November 7.
A stage version of Jane Eyre, the novel by Charlotte Bronte, published under a man’s name, Currer Bell, in 1847, will be at Haverhill Arts Centre on Wednesday, November 7.
Reviewer Chris Eldon Lee, who saw the play by Hotbuckle Productions in Shropshire said: “An entire 19th novel is recreated with four actors, one red light and a pair of curtains, plus some absolutely superb acting.”
He added: “It is so good, you are completely caught up in the spirit of it all. Indeed, the marvellous magic of the show is that they do so much with so little. I was already a Hotbuckle fan, now I am a disciple.”
The company was formed in 2006 by Adrian Preater and his wife, Gemma Aston. He has since written, adapted and directed all Hotbuckle’s shows to date as well as performing in them. Adrian trained at Bretton Hall and the Central School of Speech and Drama.
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Show 7.30pm. Tickets, £11.50 or £9.50 concessions from 01440 714140 or www.haverhillartscentre.co.uk
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