Wuthering Heights Review

Emily Brontë’s extraordinary novel WUTHERING HEIGHTS unleashed a love that was raw and uncontained, wild, brutal and all-consuming. In this new adaptation by Bruntwood Prize winning writer Andrew Sheridan Cathy and Heathcliff are seen afresh, as unpredictable as the moors and bound by an energy that is palpable.  At my favourite theatre venue The Royal Exchange! This pulsing, atmospheric … Continue reading Wuthering Heights Review

The New Season At The Royal Exchange

This Spring/Summer season is an inspiring collection of work programmed under the leadership of former Artistic Director Sarah Frankcom. It embraces the energy and power of new writing, staging plays from established, award-winning writers alongside supporting early career playwrights to realise their work for the stage. Dynamic new directors, who are making waves across the industry, will … Continue reading The New Season At The Royal Exchange

There is a Light That Never Goes Out Review

There is a Light That Never Goes Out: Scenes from the Luddite Rebellion is a historically and politically charged play that goes 100mph until the very end and leaves you in awe of the outstanding creativity that this piece has. Drawing from real historical letters and devised convosations this piece is very unique. And is … Continue reading There is a Light That Never Goes Out Review