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More news on the closing of the public toilets at the Brontë Parsonage car park. Keighley News reports:The Brontë Parsonage Museum is looking into building its own public toilets in readiness for when Bradford Council withdraws funding from public...

Set Him on Fire

By BrontëBlog on Aug 16, 2017 in: Theatre

The National Theatre Jane Eyre touring production is coming to Belfast (August 21-26). BelfastLive reports:A Belfast actor has told of his excitement at coming home to tread the boards for the first time in 12 years in a critically acclaimed new prod...

A reader of the Match Book section of the New York Times wants to read a love story with temporal twists:One spring when I was on the staff of my high school literary magazine, we were flooded with poetry submissions from sophomores writing in the vo...

A Brontë-related opening today, August 14 at the Edinburgh Festival Fringe 2017:A Feyre TaletheSpace @ Surgeons Hall (Venue 53)Aug 14-1917:05 hNew writer Priscilla Berringer collaborates with Joanna Faith Habershon (2016’s Soft, the Moon Rose), ta...

The Economist reviews John Pfordresher's The Secret History of Jane Eyre:With “The Secret History of Jane Eyre”, John Pfordresher, a professor at Georgetown University, seeks to provide some answers. His aim is to unearth the real-life peopl...

The Spectator discusses the pronunciation of Wuthering Heights:Haworth is in a constant simmer of Brontë anniversary fever. It is looking forward to Emily Brontë’s 200th birthday next year. (This year is poor old Branwell’s.) I can’t thi...

Escape rooms keep changing and evolving. Since I first started looking at them five years ago  I’ve seen the market grow from a couple games here and there to seemingly every city now having an escape room. They also have evolved from random l...