Posted on 15th November 2018
“Do you think, because I am poor, obscure, plain and little, I am soulless and heartless? You think wrong!-I have as much soul as you – and full of as much heart!”
The young, orphaned Jane meets with cruelty at the hands of her Aunt and again at the school to which she is banished. She eventually finds her freedom and becomes a governess to the ward of the enigmatic Mr Rochester at Thornfield Hall. As Jane and Rochester’s relationship grows, it is overshadowed by doubt, dark shadows and terrible secrets and she must choose between reason and passion.
Following previous theatre visits to see Emma and Far from the Madding Crowd by Hotbuckle Productions, sixth form students were once again treated to a beautifully handled, unique and magical production of Bronte’s classic Gothic novel.