Heights at Blists Hill

A riveting open-air performance with music and fast character changes will captivate audiences when Hotbuckle Productions return to Blists Hill Victorian Town on Friday 1 June with their adaptation of Emily Brontë’s Wuthering Heights. Suitable for all the family including children over eight, the outdoor performance starts at 7.30pm on The Green and is part of the 2018 Ironbridge Lates Programme.

Well known for their effortless and innovative storytelling abilities, Hotbuckle add their own magic to this powerful and emotional story. Set on the windswept Yorkshire moors, Wuthering Heights is a timeless classic of passionate love, wicked revenge and utter despair. When Cathy Earnshaw’s father brings home an orphaned boy named Heathcliff, a wild story of intense and almost demonic loves evolves.

Gates open at 6.30pm, with the performance beginning at 7.30pm; tickets are available at

ironbridge.org.uk priced at £12/10. Annual Passport Tickets are not valid for this evening; under 16s must be accompanied by an adult, and dogs are not allowed.


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