After a childhood of misery and oppression, a young woman seeks her place in the world.
After five star productions of ‘The Tempest’, and ‘Antigone’, Brave Mirror returns with their new, live and in person adaptation of Charlotte Bronte’s classic novel, ‘Jane Eyre’.
Trapped and unhappy, the young Jane desperately seeks belonging and acceptance. From her childhood under the cruel eye of an unloving aunt, Jane leaves for school, and then to work at Thornfield Hall, where she falls in love with her mysterious new employer, Mr Rochester. But all is not as it seems at Thornfield: secrets are hidden behind closed doors, and echoes from the past haunt the halls.
Fast, fun, and full of hope and joy, ‘Jane Eyre’ tells the story of a young woman battling against the world around her, as she desperately tries to find herself, her voice, and a place to belong.
Brave Mirror’s ‘Jane Eyre’ will play in Cotham Church, Bristol BS6 6DR, from the 15-17th September 2021.
Content Warning: References to suicide. Flashing lights. Please note that we kindly recommend you wear a face mask whilst watching the production.