Brontë 200 - I Am Heathcliff

Launch of the collection of short stories

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Launch of the collection of short stories

I Am Heathcliff is a special commission for Emily  Brontë’s bicentenary year, featuring sixteen short stories inspired by Wuthering Heights. These beautiful and arresting tales from some of the stars of modern fiction re-examine  a character who lives in infamy as a tortured romantic hero – the unforgettable Heathcliff. 

Kate Mosse, who has curated this collection, will be joined by fellow contributors Juno Dawson, Dorothy Koomson and Louise Doughty to read from the anthology and to launch the collection, and officially open the programme of events taking place on the weekend of Emily’s bicentenary.

Tickets £12/£10 concessions and Brontë Society members (£5 for 16-25 year olds). 

SOLD OUT- Tickets are now sold out for this event. A limited number of tickets will be available at the door.

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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