Brontë goes to Bollywood Tamasha

Wuthering Heights premieres at the Coliseum Theatre in Oldham this week
Tamasha's much-anticipated musical adaptation of Wuthering Heights is finally here. For the next 15 weeks, we will be transporting Emily Brontë's tale of passion, jealousy and revenge from the Yorkshire moors to the deserts of Rajasthan in this memorable staging of the nation's favourite love story.

A sandstorm of romance, melodrama and captivating music, Wuthering Heights fuses an Indian cinematic aesthetic with West End influences to create a vibrant show that will charm both literary fans and Bollywood enthusiasts.

“The Sun Will Rise” video
In the spirit of Bollywood, we have released a video for the main love song in advance of the show. Watch the video on YouTube (Click HQ to watch in higher quality). If you like it, share the link!

Why Bollywood? video
Hear the creative team talk about why such a quintessentially English novel makes a perfect Bollywood musical. Watch the video on YouTube (click HQ to watch in higher quality).

How to book
Wuthering Heights performs at the Oldham Coliseum Theatre from 13 - 28 March 2009 before embarking on a national tour. For our London run, from 29 April - 23 May, we are delighted to be retuning to the Lyric Hammersmith. Tickets are on sale at all venues now and selling fast - click on the links to the right.

In the meantime, you can keep up to date with the production in our blog and on our website.

With best wishes from everyone at Tamasha.

Wuthering Heights is a Tamasha and Oldham Coliseum Theatre co-production in association with Lyric Hammersmith.

Photo: Youkti Patel (Shakuntala) and Pushpinder Chani (Krishan) in rehearsals filmed by Tristan Bernays.

National Tour

Fri 13 - Sat 28 March
Coliseum Theatre
£5 - £18.50, book

Tue 7 - Sat 11 April
Exeter Northcott
£12 - £20, book

Tue 21 - Sat 25 April
Citizens Theatre
£7 - £17, book

Wed 29 Apr - Sat 23 May
Lyric Hammersmith
£10 - £27, book

Wed 27 -Sat 30 May
Northern Stage
£5.50 - £18.50, book

Tue 2 - Sat 6 June
Nuffield Theatre
£10 - £18, book

Tue 9 - Sat 13 June
Belgrade Theatre
£9.30 - £11.18, book

Tue 16 - Sat 20 June
Harrogate Theatre
£11 - £15, book

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Tamasha gratefully acknowledges financial support from The D'Oyly Carte Charitable Trust; The Snipe Charitable Trust; The Stanley Picker Trust; Awards for All (Lottery funder); and Friends and Patrons of Tamasha.

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