Coming direct from London and New York, this critically acclaimed adaptation of Wuthering Heights is an epic and thrilling story of love, revenge and hope. Rescued from the Liverpool docks as a child, Heathcliff is adopted by Mr. Earnshaw and taken to live at Wuthering Heights. In his daughter, Catherine, Heathcliff finds a kindred spirit, and a fierce and enduring love ignites. However, when forced apart, a brutal chain of events is unleashed. Shot through with music, humour, puppetry and dance, this production of Wuthering Heights transforms Emily Brontë’s masterpiece into a passionate, powerful and uniquely theatrical experience. An intoxicating revenge tragedy for our time, it warns that our cruel treatment of others affects the world for years to come.
This show is entirely in English.
This original English-language production of Wuthering Heights will be shown exclusively in DeLaMar for two weeks at the initiative of Sismo Stories & Performances and is part of the Holland Festival; the largest international performing arts festival in the Netherlands.
Jun 2023Th 08 Jun 19.30 hrsFrom € 29,50
Fr 09 Jun 19.30 hrsFrom € 29,50
Sa 10 Jun 19.30 hrsFrom € 29,50
Su 11 Jun 14.00 hrsFrom € 29,50
We 14 Jun 20.00 hrsFrom € 29,50
Th 15 Jun 19.30 hrsFrom € 29,50
Fr 16 Jun 19.30 hrsFrom € 29,50
Sa 17 Jun 14.00 hrsFrom € 29,50
Sa 17 Jun 19.30 hrsFrom € 29,50
Su 18 Jun 14.00 hrsFrom € 29,50
Price band 1 € 64,50
Price band 2 € 49,50
Price band 3 € 29,50
€3.50 order costs are charged per booking. Submitting e-tickets is free, we charge €4.20 for shipping tickets by mail.
Based on the novel by Emily Brontë
Adaption and direction: Emma Rice
Music: Ian Ross
Set and costume design: Vicki Mortimer
Sound and video design: Simon Baker
Lighting design: Jai Morjaria
Movement direction and choreography: Etta Murfitt
Photographers: Steve Tanner and Muriel Steinke
A National Theatre, Wise Children, Bristol Old Vic and York Theatre Royal co-production, brought to you by DeLaMar, Holland Festival, Sismo Stories & Performances and Senf Theaterpartners.
Wuthering Heights contains strobes, flashing lights and haze effects, as well as references to physical and sexual violence.