Borderline tackles familial woe in Brontë play

Pendle Borderline Theatre Company is taking on the whole Brontë family in this modern tale of domestic turmoil.

Wednesday, 14th March 2018, 11:32 am
Updated Wednesday, 14th March 2018, 11:45 am
Matt Holmes and Rosie Butler are stars of Bronte. (s)

Polly Teale’s play explores the lives of three talented sisters and writers whose lives are thrown into chaos when their alcoholic brother returns home in disgrace.

Codirector Hilary Foster said: “This is an amazing play. It uses a small cast and is a demanding script, but the cast is loving it!”

The show runs from Wednesday-Saturday, April 25-28th, 7-30pm nightly, at The Muni Theatre, Colne.

Actors Mike Craine and Matt Holmes. (s)

Tickets: £7; £9 on the door.

Actors Mike Craine and Matt Holmes. (s)