Wuthering Heights at Fletcher Moss Botanical Garden

Kristy Stott, Theatre Editor
Wuthering Heights at Fletcher Moss Botanical Garden

Wuthering Heights at Fletcher Moss Botanical Garden, Manchester 3 — 4 August 2019 Tickets from £11.50 — Book now

Escape to the beautiful setting of the Fletcher Moss Botanical Garden to experience Wuthering Heights, an adaptation of the gothic novel by Emily Bronte.

Brace yourself for an evening of chills, thrills and ghostly spirits, in a search for the souls of the infamous Cathy and Heathcliff, former inhabitants of the notorious Wuthering Heights. For those unfamiliar with the story, Heathcliff was an orphan raised amongst the Earnshaw family at their home on the moors. He developed an intense and unearthly bond with Mr. Earnshaw’s passionate daughter, Cathy. Their tortuous love affair was said to transcend the grave, and Heartbreak goes on a journey to find out the truth.

Pack a picnic and bring a chair or blanket for this starry outdoors performance.

Wuthering Heights at Fletcher Moss Botanical Garden, Manchester 3 — 4 August 2019 Tickets from £11.50 Book now

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