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shake & stir’s Wuthering Heights returns to QPAC

The national-touring production of Brontë’s Wuthering Heights, will return to the Cremorne Theatre, Queensland Performing Arts Centre (QPAC) from 12 to 19 June 2016 – with limited tickets remaining.

Brought to you by the multi-award winning team, shake & stir theatre co, in their 10th anniversary year, Wuthering Heights features new cast members including Tim Dashwood, Nick Skubij, Gemma Willing and Australian film, television and theatre star Linden Wilkinson who plays Nelly Dean.

When Heathcliff, a mysterious boy is rescued from the street and brought to Wuthering Heights, he develops a passionate bond with Cathy Earnshaw and a repulsive distrust of her brother Hindley. As time passes, Heathcliff and Cathy’s relationship deepens to the point of dangerous obsession.

Wuthering Heights features a design, from Josh McIntosh (Set Designer), Leigh Buchanan (Costume Designer) Jason Glenwright (Lighting Designer), Guy Webster (Sound Designer) and optikal bloc (Projection Designers).

“The production sold-out in record-time in 2014 so we are thrilled to offer audiences another opportunity to experience the drama of Brontë’s famous text, re-imagined for the stage as part of our 10th anniversary year. Our new cast members bring a deep level of understanding, emotional resonance and nuance to the work,” said shake & stir’s Artistic Director and Director for Wuthering Heights, Nick Skubij

“Theatrically we are also pushing the boundaries and thanks to our esteemed design team Wuthering Heights will surprise and shock in all the right ways; we are literally bringing the natural elements into theatre,” said Skubij.

Tickets to Wuthering Heights are on sale now and selling fast via or call 136 246.

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