Reader, I Married Him

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Reader, I Freed Him20160313
Reader, I Freed Him20160313To celebrate the bicentenary of Charlotte Bronte's birth three writers provide their own take on the famous ending to Jane Eyre, 'Reader, I Married Him'.

Philip Hensher sends Jane into the capitalist clamour of nineteenth-century Manchester, Isy Suttie has her do battle with the ghost of Bertha and Elizabeth Kuti introduces an extra gothic twist with the appearance of another famous Victorian novelist...

Writer - Isy Suttie

Reader - Isy Suttie

Producer - Jenny Thompson.

Reader, I Freed Him20160313What if Jane Eyre decided to confront the ghost of Bertha? Isy Suttie writes and performs.

Series of stories celebrating the bicentenary of Charlotte Bronte's birth.

Reader, I Had a Better Idea20160320
Reader, I Had a Better Idea20160320Amelia Lowdell reads Philip Hensher's take on the ending to Jane Eyre.

Series of stories celebrating the bicentenary of Charlotte Bronte's birth.

Reader, I Mended Him20160327
Reader, I Mended Him20160327Olivia Hallinan reads Elizabeth Kuti's twist on the ending of Jane Eyre.

Series of stories celebrating the bicentenary of Charlotte Bronte's birth.

Reader, I Mended Him20160327To celebrate the bicentenary of Charlotte Bronte's birth three writers provide their own take on the famous ending to Jane Eyre, 'Reader, I Married Him'.

Isy Suttie has Jane do battle with the ghost of Bertha, Philip Hensher sends her into the capitalist clamour of nineteenth-century Manchester and Elizabeth Kuti introduces an extra gothic twist with the appearance of another famous Victorian novelist.

Writer - Elizabeth Kuti

Reader - Olivia Hallinan

Producer - Heather Larmour.

02Reader, I Had A Better Idea20160320To celebrate the bicentenary of Charlotte Bronte's birth three writers provide their own take on the famous ending to Jane Eyre, 'Reader, I Married Him'.

Isy Suttie has Jane do battle with the ghost of Bertha, Philip Hensher sends her into the capitalist clamour of nineteenth-century Manchester and Elizabeth Kuti introduces an extra gothic twist with the appearance of another famous Victorian novelist...