When the Brontë novels were first published, their work was viewed as accomplished, ground-breaking and, quite frequently, controversial. Whether it was the rage of a young Jane Eyre, the irreligiosity of Catherine and Heathcliff or the unconventional choices of Helen Graham, their characters tended to break the mould. Find out more about how this unconventional streak also manifested in the lives of Patrick, Charlotte, Branwell, Emily and Anne.
Tickets £22.50/£20 concessions. Places are limited, so early booking is advised. Please book in advance by calling 01535 640192. Attendees are invited to join Browne Parsonage Museum from 7pm for a complimentary drink.