200 anniversary of the birth of Emily Brontë - Weekend Pass

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200 anniversary of the birth of Emily Brontë - Weekend Pass

Haworth is the place to be as we mark the two hundredth anniversary of the birth of Emily Brontë with a spectacular four-day weekend of events. We are thrilled to welcome an array of special guests including Lily Cole, The Unthanks, Patience Agbabi and Kate Mosse to help us celebrate the 200th birthday of one of the most unique and imaginative writers in literature.

All events will take place in Haworth – keep an eye on our website for exciting developments as they unfold! Intending to celebrate Friday-Monday? We’re offering a limited number of weekend passes to gain entry to events marked with this stamp: £50/£40 concessions and Brontë Society members (£20 for 16-25 year-olds). Call 01535 640192 for details. 

SOLD OUT- Tickets are now sold out for this Pass. A limited number of tickets will be available at the door for all events except What Emily Means To Us.

Weekend Pass covers following events:
I Am Heathcliff - Friday 7.30pm
Women, the Gothic and Emily - Saturday 3.30pm
This, That and 'The Other' - Saturday 7.30pm
Lily Cole: Balls - Sunday 7.30pm
Emily Speaks - Monday 2.00pm
What Emily Means to Us: a celebration of Emily Brontë at 200 - Monday 7.30pm

All events over the birthday weekend will take place in a specially constructed marquee in Parson's Field behind the Brontë Parsonage Museum, except for the premier of Lily Cole's new film, Balls, which will take place at the West Lane Baptist Centre. Parson's Field can be accessed by a gate to the right hand side of the Brontë Parsonage Shop, towards the footpath to the moors.
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