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Review: The Tenant of Wildfell Hall, Bolton Octagon

The Tenant of Wildfell Hall by Anne Bronte (adapted by Deborah McAndrew)

The Octagon, Bolton

Sitting in a seat with a somewhat restricted view following a very long and arduous bus journey (though to be fair these events were separated by some thought provoking conversation) was probably not the best start to the evening. 702 more words


The Tenant of Wildfell Hall at York Theatre Royal

Award-winning playwright Deborah McAndrew’s new adaptation of Anne Bront√ę’s novel The Tenant of Wildfell Hall comes to York Theatre Royal, in a co-production with Octagon Theatre Bolton, from 26 April to 6 May. 375 more words


Reading Wrap Up | Summer 2016

Part One:

In which my reading takes me to the dark shadows of Paris’ Opera House and the icy waters of a deadly river.
Part Two: 189 more words


The Madwoman Upstairs

Dear Reader,
By now I am sure you are aware of how much I love mysteries, and as such The Madwoman Upstairs came highly recommended. This debut novel by Catherine Lowell definitely had the obligatory mystery and suspense along with an engaging, albeit sarcastic, heroine and her brooding hero. 367 more words

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