WUTHERING HEIGHTS by Chapterhouse Theatre Company Britain
Performed in English with Chinese subtitle
Chapterhouse Theatre Company is proud to present Emily Bronte’s classic love story. This treasured story of enduring love and passion has thrilled and entranced for generations and is now brought alive on stage in an adaptation by award winning writer Laura Turner.
Can Catherine and Heathcliff's everlasting love bring happiness or will the very forces of nature and the moors tear them apart? Join Chapterhouse Theatre Company with family and friends for an unforgettable evening of theatre.
“Chapterhouse’s take on what makes Wuthering Heights a play that is worth watching again and again is really something to see; the gothic mist, backdrop from day to night and gorgeous ending allow the audience to fall in love with the story they once fell in love with some time ago.” - THE STAGE
About Chapterhouse Theatre Company
In the Winter of 1999 Chapterhouse Theatre Company took its first steps towards becoming one of a number of touring theatre companies specialising in performing under the stars and at some of the most beautiful gardens the UK had to offer. The very first performance was at Herstmonceux Castle where the company performed Romeo and Juliet by the moat of the beautiful Tudor building. It was the start of an incredible over 20 years which has seen the company go from strength to strength changing and adapting to new audiences and challenges every year but holding the same principals of producing warm, traditional and hopefully magical theatre in magical surroundings.
Matthew Christmas as Heathcliff
With Chapterhouse he played Mr. Darcy (Pride and Prejudice, 2017), Mr Rochester (Jane Eyre), Ebenezer Scrooge (A Christmas Carol) and Sherlock Holmes (The Casebook of Sherlock Holmes). He recently made his musical theatre debut as Captain Hook (Peter Pan: The British Musical) and featured as the Film Director in ITV's "Three Little Birds", written by Sir Lenny Henry.
Sasha Snowdon as Catherine Earnshaw
Graduated fromLondon School of Dramatic Art. With Chapterhouse, she played ‘Puck’ in ‘A Midsummer Night’s Dream’ (UK / Ireland Tour) and Belle Fezziwig in ‘A Christmas Carol’ (UK Tour). Other recent credits include ‘Speakeasy’ by Lee Mattinson and Southpaw Dance Company (2022), and ‘Power Cut’ by Smoggie Productions (2023).
Kitty Bennett as Isabella Linton
Graduated from the Musical Theatre Academy, London. She has been part of the Summer tours of Chapterhouse in ‘A Midsummer Night’s Dream’ and ‘Sense & Sensibility’. Other credits include; Lead role in Stage-Ed Production of Cinderella, Professor/Fred in Hobgoblin Theatre Company’s tour of Fantastic Fred, Chef Nutmeg in The Polar Express with PNP Events.
Becky Bond as Young Cathy/Zillah/Frances Earnshaw
Trained at RADA. With Chapterhouse, she played Margaret in Sense and Sensibility, Quince in A Midsummer Night’s Dream, the Ghost of Christmas Past and Tiny Tim in A Christmas Carol. Previous credits include Hermia in A Midsummer Night’s Dream (Polesden Lacey Shakespeare), Izzy in Step in Speak Up (PiE), Dorothy in The Wizard of Oz (Tour), Mr Toad in The Wind in the Willows (Tour) and Alice in Alice in Wonderland (Tour).
Molly Gudz as Nelly Dean
Trained in Musical Theatre at The Hammond School. Theatre credits include Lapland UK (Immersive Theatre), Importance of Being Earnest (Chapterhouse Theatre Company), The Secret Garden (Chapterhouse Theatre Company), BPM for Nintendo Switch (Commercial), The Tempest (Derby Theatre), The Snow Queen (Old Rep Theatre, Birmingham), Funky Pigeon (Commercial) and Sixteen (Ellie Goulding, Music Video). Internationally, in Qatar she performed in Peter Pan and Pirates of the Caribbean.
George Barnden as Hindley Earnshaw / Hareton Earnshaw
With Chapterhouse’s UK summer tour, he played Oberon in A Midsummer Nights’ Dream and Edward Ferrars/Sir John in Sense and Sensibility. Theatre credits include Demetrius in a Midsummer Night's Dream (Cambridge Shakespeare Festival), The Duke of Cornwall in King Lear (Cambridge Shakespeare Festival), The Secret Diary of Adrian Mole Musical (Leicester Curve), Scrooge the Musical (London Palladium and UK tour), Evita (Dominion Theatre and UK Tour). Film: Bridget Jones Baby (Miramax).
Aidan Valentine as Edgar Linton / Linton Heathcliff / Mr. Earnshaw
With Chapterhouse, he played at Romeo & Juliet, Pride & Prejudice and A Christmas Carol (2022). Theatre includes Bloodsport (Mercury Theatre Colchester) Stanley Young (Etcetera Theatre Camden) Gangsta Granny (UK Tour). Screen includes; Chelmsford Corn Exchange (Heritage Interactive).