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Passionate and obsessive, Cathy and Heathcliff's love is as unruly and dangerous as the Yorkshire moors that surround them.

As children they are inseparable, running wild and free on the moors, but over time their childish affection deepens into an overwhelming love – a devastating force that even death cannot destroy.

Northern Ballet is one of the UK's leading ballet companies whose dancers' ability to capture the spirit of their characters draws audiences into the story in a way that makes our productions more than just dance.

With an original score by celebrated composer Claude-Michel Schönberg, known for his West End and Broadway hits Les Misérables and Miss Saigon as well as Northern Ballet's Cleopatra, see this turbulent love story brought to life in Northern Ballet's adaptation of Emily Brontë's romantic masterpiece.

 

Running time 2 hours (approximately)

‘...dance is the perfect genre for this tragic love story...’
The Scotsman
‘... a riveting evening’
Sunday Express
‘A lovely interpretation of a classic story, performed with passion...’
Telegraph and Argus
Cathy dances around her bedroom, full of happiness and joy
Heathcliff carries Cathy on his back through their old playing fields on the moors
Totally besotted in one another, Heathcliff kneels and holds Cathy close
THE YOUNG Cathy and Heathcliff play and frolic on the moors, a time to be treasured
Young Cathy and her foster brother share a meal at home

Wuthering Heights Characters

Find out more about the key characters from Wuthering Heights.
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Cathy leaps and dances through the moors at night

Wuthering Heights Photos

Photos from our sumptuous production of Wuthering Heights
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Young Cathy plays in the kitchen with her adoptive brother

Wuthering Heights Videos

Behind-the-scenes clips and excerpts from Wuthering Heights.
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Totally besotted in one another, Heathcliff kneels and holds Cathy close

Wuthering Heights Story

In the kitchen at Wuthering Heights, Cathy and her brother Hindley are playing together, waiting for their father to return.
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Creative Team

Choreography
Composer
  • Claude-Michel Schönberg
Orchestration
  • William David Brohn
Additional Orchestration
Theatrical Associate & Dramaturge
Sets
  • Ali Allen
Costume design
  • David Nixon, OBE
Lighting Design
  • David Grill

Header photo taken by Guy Farrow, production photos taken by Emma Kauldhar.