Monday, 21st May 2018
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Curraghmore Estate Curraghmore, Portlaw, Co. Waterford

Sunday 30th July, 4.00pm

Each year Chapterhouse visits beautiful castles, country estates and heritage sites with adaptations of literature’s most loved stories. Where audiences are invited to bring along a rug and a picnic, with maybe a glass of something chilled to wash it all down, for a wonderful evening out with family and friends.

Jane Eyre

Young governess Jane Eyre arrives at the mysterious Thornfield Hall deep in the Yorkshire moors where she meets enigmatic Mr Rochester.

So begins this most unforgettable of love stories. When a secret from the past returns to haunt them, can Jane and Rochester’s passion survive the forces that might tear them apart forever?

Adapted from Charlotte Brontë’s classic novel, Chapterhouse Theatre Company presents one of the greatest romances of English literature.

As well as celebrating the 200th Anniversary of Jane Austen’s death with the revival of their critically acclaimed production of Pride and Prejudice, Chapterhouse will be touring with a whole host of literature’s best loved classics including brand new productions of Great Expectations and Peter Pan.

Tickets and Information from Garter Lane Arts Centre (051) 855 038 or http://www.garterlane.ie

See Tickets (0044871) 220 0260 or http://www.seetickets.com

Curraghmore House (051) 387 101 or (086) 821 1917

Adult €20 / Child €12

Family (2 Adults & 2 Children) €56

10% discount for parties of 10 or more

Gates open at 1.00pm.

Please bring your own rugs or low-backed seating.

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