Literature at Lunchtime - Charlotte Bronte’s ‘Jane Eyre’ - CANCELLED

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31st March 2020

Venue: Loughborough Town Hall

STOP PRESS: In light of the Government advice to people that they should “avoid large gatherings, and gatherings in smaller public spaces such as pubs, cinemas, restaurants, theatres, bars and clubs”, Loughborough Town Hall regrets to announce the following performance has been cancelled.

Our Box Office will be contacting customers to arrange refunds in the upcoming days. Please accept our apologies for the inconvenience caused. 

Please see LTH’s updated statement here: http://www.loughboroughtownhall.co.uk/news/2020/03/statement_-_loughborough_town_hall_-_temporary_closure

One of the all time favourites and part of our theatre season.  One of the great love stories and the work that explores passion over duty.... and the reverse!!! Come and enjoy the lonely Miss Bronte’s exploration of a passion that morality must oppose and the happy ending which rewars virtue.

Jane Mackay's love of literature is founded in a deep value for the great minds that have arisen throughout the human story. Because of their writings, we today are given profound insight into the universal truths of human life.

In her own words -

"I love the freedom to talk about the great writers in terms of the essence of time and place. I look at their backgrounds, what they read when they were young, their early writings - for the seed within their earlier work often develops in their later work - and always I'm looking for the configuration of their own particular genius.

Great writers carry an intensity about the place of their birth and the age in which they lived, but what they say is universal - it escapes time and place and applies to us all. I feel privileged to be given access to such great minds though their writings."

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