The play tells the story of the Bronte family, living out their lives on the Yorkshire Moors, as the three sisters struggle to get their literary work published. This was eventually achieved by using male pseudonyms. In 1845 their brother, Branwell, himself an artist and writer, returns home in disgrace, throwing the household into chaos,
With characters from their writings coming to life through the imaginations of Anne, Emily and Charlotte, this beautifully-written play accurately traces the closely-woven and tragically short lives of this talented family with touching sensitivity
Normal tickets are available from Hull Truck Box Office on 01482 323638
Prices, £12 and £10 concessions. Groups of 10 receive 10% discount.
Wednesday 6th – Saturday 9th May at 8.00pm
Saturday Matinee at 2.30 p.m.
On Saturday 9th May,
Hull Playgoers’ Society will host a Charity Evening
in aid of Marie Curie Cancer Care.
Snacks & drinks, ticket and programme for £16.
The tickets for this event are only available from Joy Ward (01482) 657157