‘The sky is the first thing, I haven't…
I haven't ever seen the sea, it isn't
the colour I…
The boat dips and…'
Lucy Snowe, a clone – one of three, survivor of a deadly pandemic sets out on a journey in search of a future. She travels to an archaeological dig, a hill of bones, a project looking for the elusive Lady of Villette.
But the hill slides, haunted by the past Lucy begins a faltering journey back to living and the possibility of desire.
‘To say it, I never said it out-loud,
Could be possible.'
On the 200th anniversary of Charlotte BrontE's birth, West Yorkshire Playhouse celebrates her unique genius with a daring new adaptation by Linda Marshall-Griffiths.
by Charlotte Bronte
by Linda Griffiths
by Lisa Evans, Charlotte Bronte
by Emily Bronte
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