Jane Eyre

Jane Eyre

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As part of Oxford Playhouse’s Young Players’ Festival, the 17|25 Young Company presents Jane Eyre.

A vibrant, physical production of an enduring classic. Charlotte Brontë’s tale of the orphan Jane Eyre and her journey of self-discovery through injustice and betrayal is known the world over.

This adaptation, by the award-winning Polly Teale (Shared Experience), explores the restraints imposed upon women in the Victorian period. Discover what happens when an independent spirit rebels against the status quo to demand a more passionate life of her own.

Duration: Approx 2 hours 15 minutes with interval

An Oxford Playhouse Production

By Charlotte Brontë

Adapted by Polly Teale

Directed by Jo Noble

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Age guideline: 14+

Post show talk Sat mat

  • In this ensemble production, directed in rollicking style by Jo Noble, the comic counterpoint to the pathos was well presented.
       
    Oxford Times on Rosencrantz and Guildenstern are Dead, 2016

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