The Playhouse Theatre, Preston

Great amateur theatre, right in the heart of Preston



A play by Polly Teale, directed by Rachael Cottle


21st to 24th February 2018


"How was it possible? Three Victorian spinsters living in isolation on the Yorkshire Moors?"


This breath-taking play lets us into the real and imagined worlds of Charlotte, Emily, Anne and their enigmatic brother Branwell, as their fictional characters come to haunt the writers.


A riveting drama, offering a tantalising, bittersweet glimpse through the window of a unique family home.



Charlotte Brontë

Catherine Hughes

Branwell Brontë

Josh Powlesland

Emily Brontë

Rachel Pitches

Anne Brontë

Debra Taylor

Patrick Brontë

Geoff Finn


Melanie Marren

Rochester/Arthur Bell Nicholls

Geoff Finn



Ticket prices Wednesday £9 & £8, Thursday to Saturday £10 & £9


All evening performances begin at 7.30pm (doors open at 7pm) unless otherwise stated.


Free parking is available for patrons on the evening of a show, in the Trinity Square car park opposite The Playhouse. A pass, available from the Box Office, must be displayed.