Jane Eyre for Redlands

Jane Eyre.

After rave reviews across the country, Brontë’s gothic tale of an orphan in search of love, family

and a sense of belonging is set to blaze the Redland Performing Arts Centre (RPAC) stage.

Witness one of the most iconic pieces of English literature retold in a faithful yet fiercely original

stage adaptation from the nationally-renowned shake & stir theatre co (Animal Farm, Dracula, A

Christmas Carol) at RPAC November.

Following a childhood spent suffering at the hands of her cruel aunt, Jane finds employment at

Thornfield Hall – the impressive yet mysterious home of Edward Rochester. As Jane and

Rochester become inexplicably drawn to each other, the dark secrets locked within the walls of

Thornfield start to unravel – forcing Jane on a heart-wrenching journey toward truth and freedom.

This stunning new production, featuring original music written by multi ARIA Award-winner Sarah

McLeod, will set a fire blazing in your soul at RPAC on Friday 11 and Saturday 12 November at

7.30pm. Book your tickets to see this classic gothic tale magnificiently brought to life for $40–$55

by calling the RPAC Box oiffice on 3829 8131 or visiting rpac.com.au (booking fees are $5 by

phone and $6 online per transaction).

“There’s no doubt it’s another shake & stir production destined for hit status – with

memorable performances, spectacular staging, and a classic story that’s had an invigorating

new coat of paint.” Stage Whispers

“A powerful original adaptation, characterized by integrity and intelligence.” Blue Curtains

“shake & stir’s productions are truly world class.” XS Entertainment

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