Dates: 01 Jan - 16 Feb

Tickets: €17

I’m coming back, love,

Cruel Heathcliff, my one dream,

My only master.

Too long I roamed in the night.

I’m coming back to his side, to put it right.

Kate Bush, Wuthering Heights

The love story of the century told by the children left behind. Wuthering Heights filtered through a kaleidoscope of 1980s excess and remixed in the decade of decadence. A visceral and visual piece of extreme storytelling featuring live video, big hair, rock ballads, and dancing.

A story everybody thinks they know reimagined for our time.

Irish Press Reviews “a courageous project… takes performance out of the predictable and into uncharted territory” Evening Echo on the Irish Theatre Award Nominated Dark Week

“..never less than entertaining.. scenes and songs.. are played with pinache” Irish Independent Running Time: 90 minutes (no interval)

A show by Playgroup

inspired by Emily Bronte’s Wuthering Heights

Director & Designer TOM CREED


Associate Director & Dramaturg LYNDA RADLEY Assistant Director DEIRDRE MCCLEAN


Associate Designer DEIRDRE DWYER

Composer & Sound Designer MICHAEL JOHN MCCARTHY



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