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Open Air Theatre performances heading to Leeds Roundhay Park

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Emily Bronte's Wuthering Heights, a classic tale of love and revenge comes to the Visitor Centre at The Mansion

Join Heartbreak Productions welcome all to this their latest gathering of S.S.I.P.P, or the Society of Scientific Investigation into Paranormal Phenomena! Watch as they attempt to investigate the truth behind the existence of the paranormal world. Grab your torch and gather your courage as our first stop is the ruin believed to have inspired the story of Wuthering Heights.


Prepare for an evening of thrills, chills, and ghostly spirits where we hope to find the souls of the infamous Cathy and Heathcliff, former inhabitants of notorious Wuthering Heights. If you are unfamiliar with the story behind these restless spirits, Heathcliff was an orphan raised amongst the Earnshaw family at their home on the moors.  He developed an intense and unearthly bond with Mr. Earnshaw’s passionate daughter, Cathy.


Driven apart by Cathy’s ambition for social elevation, Heathcliff turns vengeful and sets out to enact a torturous scheme of revenge on the next generation of Earnshaws. Together we hope to unveil the mystery of their unruly and passionate love affair that is reputed to extend beyond the grave.


Join Heartbreak Productions for this outdoor adaptation of Emily Bront?’s haunting tale of two restless souls as wild and untamed as the bleak Yorkshire moors. Pack a chair or blanket, a picnic, and dress for the weather, as together we exhume a ghostly tale of wandering spirits and reckless liaisons.


Recommended Age: 9+

Running Time: 2 hours 20 mins including interval

Visitor Centre at The Mansion  Mansion Lane Leeds West Yorkshire LS8 2HH


Show Times

Saturday June 22nd 2pm & 7.30pm

Sunday June 23rd 5pm


Standard: Bring your own chair - sit in the open air Premium: Chair provided under a canopy. Performances take place on the lawn outside The Visitor Centre Conservatory at The Mansion. 

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