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Friday 9th November – Watermill On Tour


By Charlotte Brontë
Adapted by Danielle Pearson

‘I can see in you the glance of a curious sort of bird through the close-set bars of a cage. Were it put free, it would soar, cloud-high…’

After enduring a childhood of cruelty and loneliness, orphan Jane Eyre takes a position as the governess at Thornfield Hall. But when love blossoms between Jane and her enigmatic employer Mr Rochester, a secret is discovered that forces her to choose between happiness and integrity, desire and conviction.

Dark, passionate and political, Jane Eyre is a searing portrayal of a woman’s search for equality and freedom. Brontë’s classic novel is brought to life by three actors in a fast-paced, stripped back new adaptation.
Tickets £12 each / £10 concessions will be available via 0118 9827614

Also available from the Box Office on the night.

28th November to 1st December 2018 – Boundary Players

Men Of The World

A play by John Godber

Experience the world of coach trips as seen through the eyes of three coach drivers; Larry, Stick and Frank as they share one of their most memorable coach journeys together.

‘This one woman … phoned up and asked where the mystery trip was going; she wouldn’t book until Dennis had told her!’

Funny, entertaining, poignant and thought provoking –coach travel will never be the same again.

Tickets £8 each / £6 concessions will be available via tickets@boundaryplayers.co.uk or 07756 141734

Also available from the Box Office on the night.