Adapted for the stage by Alison Watt

Who is the mysterious tenant of Wildfell Hall?   And what is her dark secret?

Beach Hut Theatre Company proudly presented a new stage adaptation of Anne Brontë’s classic novel of love and betrayal. Combining physical theatre, storytelling and an original music score, ‘The Tenant of Wildfell Hall’ challenged and delighted in equal measure.

This production was presented on: Wednesday 26th – Saturday 29th September 2012 at 7.30pm in The Concert Room at Scarborough Library.

'The Tenant Of Wildfell Hall' Rehearsal Photos



Eleven local writers created original plays, inspired by the novel 'The Tenant of Wildfell Hall'. Kate Woodward Hay was the Director/Co-ordinator on this part of the project. Resident Writer, Alison Watt worked as dramaturg with the writers who worked to three drafts and to three deadlines. 'Beyond Wildfell' was performed in The Main Library. The plays were:

Ring Ring by Liam Watt Pattison

The Council Tenant of Wildfell House by Barbara Halsey

 Midnight Flit.Com by Elaine Brookes

 Paradox by Shaun Crocker

 Miss Graham Stakes Her Claim by Steven Ayckbourn

 Unspoken Word by Katherine Dunn-Mines

 Isabelle’s Needles by Graham Thirkill

 The Picture by Jason Mullen

 Keep Calm and Carry On by Rosie Larner

 Nice Try by Joseph Gardham

 The Dilemma Advice Show by Stuart Larner

Fri. 28th Sept.2012 ★2pm and ☆3.30pm / Sat. 29th Sept. 2012 ★11am and ☆12.30pm

'Beyond Wildfell' Rehearsal Photos

'Beyond Wildfell' Production stills

THE TENANT OF WILDFELL HALL Production film clips.

Scarborough Library & Information Centre

Music by John Pattison

copyright 2012

John Pattison playing live music from 'The Tenant of Wildfell Hall' in Scarborough Library as part of 'The Wildfell Project'.