Heartbreak Productions make their third appearance of the summer in the Botainical Gardens to present a fresh and contemporary adaptation of Pride and Prejudice providing an insight into the amorous exploits and enduring etiquette between family, friends and lovers.
Maddy Kerr, who directs a cast of five in Pride and Prejudice, says, “Sheffield is the most popular city destination on the tour and we have always had a great crowd there which really heightens the performance. I can’t wait to go back!”
The company’s unique story telling style makes Jane Austen’s timeless tale of five sisters in search of love and happiness accessible to all,
Incorporating music and dance, the immersive production will sweep you into the opulent world of society balls and amorous love affairs. It offers the opportunity to dance in the company of Mr Darcy, converse with the ladies of society and steep yourself in all the warmth and humour of 1813 Regency Britain.
There are performances tonight (Thursday, August 21) and Friday at 7.15pm, Saturday 2.15pm and 7.15pm, and Sunday 6.15pm. Tickets are £13.50 (adult), £11 (concession) and £9.50 (child 5-16 yrs). Given the nature of British summertime, a limited amount of covered seating is available for £3 extra per ticket. Children under 5 go free. See www.heartbreakproductions.co.uk