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CNN Style discusses the current exhibition at Somerset House:"North: Fashioning Identity"For over a century, the evocative words of the Brontë sisters have carved out in the collective mind a vision of windswept life on the moors. The central narrat...

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By BrontëBlog on Nov 15, 2017 in: Books, Comics, Theatre

The London Review of Books has an excellent article on the Brontës by editor Alice Spawls. If you just read one article today, then let it be this one.A wood engraving by the illustrator Joan Hassall, who died in 1988, shows Elizabeth Gaskell arrivi...

A new amateur production of Polly Teale's Brontë opens today, November 16, in Letchwork:The Settlement Players presentBrontë by Polly Teale16 – 18th November 2017The Little Theatre, Letchwork Settlement, Newells Road, LetchworkThe Brontë si...

An amateur production of Lucy Gough's adaptation of Wuthering Heights opens today in Stevenage:The Stevenage Lytton Players presentWuthering HeightsAdapted by Lucy GoughThe Lytton TheatreDirector/Producer - Michelle Airey15th to 18th November, 2017Th...

Financial Times reviews At the End of the Century by Ruth Prawer Jhabvala:And At the End of the Century certainly has its share of glittering pleasures. In a warm and generous introduction, writer Anita Desai writes: “Could our drab, dusty, ev...

The Yorker reviews the National Theatre production of Sally Cookson's Jane Eyre.The start of the play is effective in the sense it resonates the struggle between resilience and cruelty. The audience are shown that from the blanket-bundled infant, to...

An amateur production of Jane Eyre. The Musical opens today in Winchester, VA:Jane EyreBook by John CairdMusic and lyrics by Paul GordonBased on the novel by Charlotte BrontëDirected by Sara GomezNovember 10 - 25, 2017Winchester Little Theatre315 W.