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Delighted to have been asked to perform selected extracts from An Evening
with Charlotte Bronte, as part of "Pizza, Poetry, the Spoken Word, Live
music and Film!" at The Pizza Margherita in Lancaster. An event to mark the end of
the current exhibition ‘Treasured’ by artist Kirsten Jones, Priscilla Jones,
Alice Mulvany and animator Ginny Koppenhol.
The evening will help raise awareness and funds for Defying Dementia.
We are delighted to announce our brand new solo show, Lizzy Bennet Remembers, Join Lizzy Bennet on a rather special day, as she recalls well-loved scenes and passages from Jane Austen's Classic Pride & Prejudice.
This production will be heading to The Buxton Fringe in July.
Performaces will take place
10th, 11th & 12th at 7:30pm
at The Buxton United Reformed (The Purple Room) Hardwick Square East
North-West dates to be added soon!
Evening with Charlotte Bronte is now wrapped up until next year. A huge
thank you to Lancaster Library and all who supported the show.
Audience Feedback ~
'Something of a 'Tour de Force' - a personal and well chosen insight into the world of Charlotte Bronte. Beautifully presented.'
'Intelligent, insightful and poignant, it was emotionaly engaging, I loved the staging'.
'The story-telling way is so amazing. I was wandering in a fantastic dream'.
'Well done and with great feeling'.
'I have been reading Jane Eyre at school and enjoyed listening to the extracts from the book and also hearing the poems and letters'.
2016 marks 200 years since Charlotte Bronte’s Birth. Little Red Hen Theatre is hoping to tour this production next year, and bring it to a wider audience. There will be an update for the tour later this year, so keep an eye on the website!
An Evening with Charlotte Bronte
is returning to Lancaster. Performances will take Place at Lancaster Library on 6th & 7th March 2015. Tickets 8 / 7, available at the Library desk.
For more information please call Little Red Hen Theatre on 07971136509
Lancaster Central Library Directions
Market Square, Lancaster, Lancashire, LA1 1HY
........it certainly made Charlotte Bronte's work feel more accessible and real. The time flew by, and I left feeling I could have happily stayed and listened to more.
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