• This show has a clarity and a humanity, a sensitivity, an intelligence and a sense of humour that are very attractive. The two female performers are full of vitality. It is a ‘musical romp’ and within it all is a message full of life about celebrating ourselves and living life to the full.  See it.

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Uncover The Full Brontë in Oxford this summer

June 30th, 2017

The Full Bronte is heading to Oxford! Join us as we head to Blackwells in Oxford for a limited run of The Full Bronte Literary Cabaret. From 17th to 19th and 24th to 26th August, join hosts Maria (glamour puss, academic, thespian) and her assistant Brannie (dog’s body, ensemble cast, backstage crew) in their chaotic attempt to […]