Set in the iconic Herefordshire countryside, the historic Eastnor Castle are putting on a special Outdoor Theatre performance this June. Wuthering Heights written by Emily Bronte will be on Sunday 30 June from 6.30pm. Entry to the grounds will commence from 5:30pm.
Join Heartbreak Productions for this iconic tale of a timeless love affair between two restless souls as wild and untamed as the bleak Yorkshire moors. Pack a chair or blanket, a picnic and dress for the weather as this stormy narrative unfolds.
Step into the desolate realm of Wuthering Heights, home to the Earnshaw family and the mysterious orphan, Heathcliff. While under the care of the wealthy Mr Earnshaw, Heathcliff’s relationship with the gentleman’s daughter, Catherine, blossoms into an unruly and passionate romance.
Betraying her heart, Catherine resigns to marry a man of higher class, leading Heathcliff down a vengeful and self-destructive path. His possessive and erratic nature drives him to enact a torturous scheme of revenge on the next generation of Earnshaws.
Tickets include grounds only admission to Eastnor Castle from 5:30pm.