Wuthering Heights by Emily Bronte

Wuthering Heights by Emily Bronte


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This adaptation brings Emily Bronte's passionate and spellbinding tale of forbidden love and revenge to life on stage.

Set on the wild, windswept Yorkshire moors, Wuthering Heights is the tempestuous story of free-spirited Catherine and dark, brooding Heathcliff. As children running wild and free on the moors, Cathy and Heathcliff are inseparable.

As they grow up, their affection deepens into passionate love, but Cathy lets her head rule her heart as she chooses to marry wealthy Edgar Linton. Heathcliff flees broken-hearted, only to return seeking terrible vengeance on those he holds responsible, with epic and tragic results.

Duration: 2 hours 30mins with interval

Book Tickets

Full Price:
£24

Under 18s, Full-Time Students, Job Seekers & Disability:
£19

Companion to Disability:
Free Ticket

Under 12s
£12

Preview Performances (2nd & 3rd July):
All tickets £19
 

All OSC shows are suitable for all ages. Babies may not understand Shakespeare (in this case Bronte) but they are welcome!

There is limited parking (paid) in front of the entrance to Wadham College including a disabled parking bay. There is additional parking in Broad Street, a couple of minutes walk away.

Parking in Oxford can be limited and very expensive. When travelling into Oxford Centre, we advise using one of the Park & Rides. More information can be found here: parkandride.oxfordbus.co.uk

OSC always aim to continue with the performance. It is only in the event of persistent heavy rain that we would pause or cancel a performance. We will only make a decision to cancel a show at the scheduled start time.

For shows cancelled as a result of bad weather we will endeavour to exchange tickets for an alternative date subject to availability for the 2019 OSC season or issue a OSC credit note for future productions. 

Disabled customers may bring 1 carer free. To book a Wheelchair Space for this performance, please call 01865 305 305 or email ticketsoxford@oxfordplayhouse.com for availability and booking. 

There is limited parking (paid) in front of the entrance to Wadham College including a disabled parking bay.

All tickets for this event are unreserved. Provided seating is tiered with backrests.

You are welcome to bring a picnic. The garden is open to the public from one hour before the performance.


Only alcohol purchased from our onsite bar is allowed into the garden. We sell wine, beer and Pimms.

If you choose to 'Leave my tickets at the box office', they can be collected in advance from the Oxford Playhouse up to 24 hours in advance of the performance. After this point, you just need to collect when you arrive at Wadham College Gardens at the on site box office, from 1 hour prior to your booked show.

Tickets can also be posted out you you for a £1 charge if there is enough time to send them out to you.  

For Groups of 10 or more and School Parties, please email laura@oxfordshakespearecompany.co.uk for discounts and booking.

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Oxford Shakespeare Company Weather Policy:

Please note, this is an outdoor performance. Please come prepared for all weather conditions.

OSC always aim to continue with the performance. It is only in the event of persistent heavy rain that we would pause or cancel a performance. We will only make a decision to cancel a show at the scheduled start time.

For shows cancelled as a result of bad weather we will endeavour to exchange tickets for an alternative date subject to availability for the 2019 season or issue a credit note for future productions.

 

Main Picture by Gary Lawson 

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