See classic tale of love and loss

Jane Eyre at Buxton Opera House
Jane Eyre at Buxton Opera House

Hull Truck Theatre Company are making a return visit to Buxton Opera House from April 11-13, with their brand new stage adaptation of one of the all time great gothic novels Jane Eyre.

Jane Eyre is the classic story of love, loss and redemption.

From a harsh childhood controlled by unfeeling adults, Jane has to rely on her own courage and convictions to make her way in the world.

She longs to learn. She dares to dream.

Employed as a governess, she travels across the bleak Yorkshire Moors to the mysterious Thornfield Hall – a house of locked doors with a dangerous secret.

There she meets the strange, sardonic and intriguing Mr Rochester. Can the constraints of society and the dark past be overcome?

Jane Eyre was written in 1847 by Charlotte Bronte. Since then there has been many television adaptations of the novel. Most recently there was a 2011 film adaptation.

Performances start at 7.30pm on the three nights.

Tickets are priced at £13, £15 and £17 and discounts are available. To buy tickets call 0845 127 2190 or see