Bronte

Wellington
Wednesday to:
23 May
Friday
01 Jun

Venue Location

22 Ghuznee Street, Wellington

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Prices

WAGED
$25.00
UNWAGED
$20.00
SENIOR 65+ with Gold Card
$20.00
MEMBER Member ID required
$20.00
STUDENT Primary, Intermediate and High School Students
$15.00

Timing

Running Time: 2 hours 10 minutes
Interval: 15 minutes

Venue Location

22 Ghuznee Street, Wellington

Discounts

Group 10+

Buy 10 or more Waged tickets to one show in one order, click to apply discount, and pay $20 each

Cast/Crew Vouchers

iTICKET vouchers can be used for Complimentary tickets for the Cast and Crew for Wed 23 - Sat 26 May shows only. Select your tickets then enter your Voucher information in the provided fields.

GALA Vouchers

iTICKET vouchers can be used for Complimentary tickets for the 23 May Gala show only. Select your tickets then enter your Voucher information in the provided fields.

VIP Vouchers

iTICKET vouchers are valid for Complimentary tickets for the whole season, 23 May - 1 June showings. Select your tickets then enter your Voucher information in the provided fields.

Payment Options

Credit Card
Bank Transfer
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Delivery Options

eTicket
free
Courier
$4.00
Courier (rural delivery)
$9.00
Post
$1.00
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Stagecraft Theatre is excited to present the New Zealand premiere of Polly Teale’s play about the lives and novels of the famous Brontë sisters.

Brontë examines the apparently quiet domestic lives of Charlotte, Anne and Emily Brontë and their troubled, and troublesome, brother Branwell. By looking beneath the restrained Victorian surface each woman presents, we see the writers grappling with their own unquiet feelings, which is reflected in the wild passions of Cathy from Wuthering Heights and the violent desires of Bertha from Jane Eyre.

The play moves through time, following the family’s stories of scandal, unemployment, growing debt, sickness, loss and varying success. The tensions between the siblings paint a familiar scene of competition and jealousy, as each attempt to satisfy their own different desires, for fame, fortune or fulfilment.


PLEASE NOTE:  Due to disruptions, latecomers will not be admitted to theatre.  Please ensure you have exchanged your ticket for an entry voucher at least 15 minutes prior to show start time.  Thank you.

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