Based on the book by Emily Brontë
Adapted by Jane Thornton Directed by Andrew Lynford
Starring Adele Silva and Mark Homer
Ashcroft Theatre, Fairfield Halls, Croydon
Tuesday 21st to Saturday 25th May 2013
Adele Silva and Mark Homer star in Jane Thornton’s stage adaptation of Emily Brontë’s classic novel
directed by Andrew Lynford, at the Ashcroft Theatre, , Halls, Croydon from Tuesday 21st to Saturday 25th
Set on the windswept Moors this famous love story between Cathy Earnshaw and Heathcliff is a haunting tale of Gothic suspense. Young foundling, Heathcliff, is taken in by Mr. Earnshaw and brought up alongside his own children Hindley and Cathy. Whilst Hindley feels bitterly towards the ‘intruder’, Cathy sees Heathcliff as a new playmate and they form a close relationship as they grow up. Arrogant and free-spirited, Cathy captures Heathcliff’s heart and soul but ultimately his love is not enough for her. Betrayal and despair of those around him eventually drives Heathcliff’s need for revenge.
Adele Silva is well known for her role as Kelly Windsor in ITV’s Emmerdale. She has recently filmed the ITV drama Crime Stories and has just appeared in a new comedy pilot series called Training Daze. Amongst her many credits Adele has shown her culinary skills in the third series of the reality show Hells’ Kitchen, with head chef Marco Pierre White, in which she was runner-up and following her success released her own limited edition selection of wines as part of a new show Mistress Of The Vine.
Mark Homer is best remembered as character
Andrew Lynford has worked as an actor, presenter, writer, choreographer, producer and director. He received a Best Newcomer Award nomination at the National Television Awards for playing Simon Raymond and has extensive TV and stage credits as an actor. Andrew has been writing and directing since 2005; his most recent work directing the national tour of Agatha Christie’s A Murder Is Announced.
The cast of
also features James Clifford, Jeremy Randall and Alison Egan. Wuthering Heights
Performances are at 7.30pm Tuesday, Wednesday, Friday & Saturday with matinees on Wednesday & Saturday at 2.30pm and Thursday at 11am & 2.30pm. Tickets are available from the