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Love’s realities and seaside town drama

April has two of dramatic presentations that will unfold and capture audiences at Chelmsford’s Cramphorn Studio.


‘Jane Eyre: An Autobiography’ kicks off the drama in April. Governess Jane Eyre and Master Edward Rochester take a dark journey towards sensual and intellectual liberation as they struggle to think, live and love beyond the over-powering expectations of duty, class and convention. Performer Rebecca Vaughan embodies Jane, and several other characters, in this tour-de-force. The production will be on Friday 13 and Saturday 14 April at 8pm at The Cramphorn.


‘Guesthouse’ is a new play by Essex writer, Nicola Werenowska. Set in a family run guesthouse in Clacton, it examines how a grandmother, a mother and a daughter have to put their differences aside as the three generations decide on the fate of their guesthouse. The productions asks, what is it like when the town you were proud to have grown up in turns into an impoverished ghost town? What does it take to keep it going and what does it take to face the truth? The drama unfolds at The Cramphorn Studio on Tuesday 17 April at 8pm.  


To book tickets to see any of these events, visit www.chelmsford.gov.uk/theatres or call the Box Office on 01245 606505.

Contact the Theatre

01245 606505
Fairfield Road