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The Huddersfield Daily Examiner interviews writer and poet Simon Armitage: He was invited to curate an exhibition, recently opened, at The Brontë Parsonage Museum in Haworth that commemorates the 200th anniversary of the birth of Branwell Brontë, b...

A tragic death, a bench, a storm and an unexpected return. A story (almost) larger than life in The Guardian:In hindsight, Emily guessed that something was up with Archie. After Christmas, we drove to Shropshire for a break and stopped on the way at...

The future of Wycoller is still uncertain, as reported by Lancashire Telegraph.The future of countryside sites across the county are set to be revealed next week.Landmarks including Wycoller Country Park, which inspired Charlotte Brontë, were earmar...

Brontë mentions from the Trump era. Central Maine discusses the words “nevertheless, she persisted”:Women and their allies gathered not only in Washington, but around the country and the world on Jan. 21. It was an amazing, and heartening, spect...

An alert for today, February 15 in Todmorden:Fresh from their successful appearance at the 2016 Morley Art Festival, Exploring the Brontës bring their three-person show to Todmorden Library, celebrating the Brontës’ lives and literature through p...

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By Mark Wadsworth on Feb 13, 2017 in: theatre

The City AM at its innumerate best:London’s theatreland will be forced to pay an estimated £31m in property taxes over the next five years once the government’s planned hike in business rates comes into effect in April.The total rates bill for t...

A Greek adaptation of Wuthering Heights opens tomorrow, February 11, in Thessaloniki (Θεσσαλονίκη), Greece:2016-2017 National Theatre of Northern GreeceWuthering Heights  (Ανεμοδαρμένα ύψη)Theatre of the Society fo...