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Based on the novel by EMILY BRONTË
Adapted and directed by EMMA RICE
A National Theatre, Wise Children, Bristol Old Vic, and York Theatre Royal co-production
West Coast premiere
Roda Theatre

Nov 18, 2022–Jan 1, 2023

Acclaimed director Emma Rice (The Wild Bride, Tristan & Yseult, Romantics Anonymous) and her new company Wise Children make a triumphant return to Berkeley Rep with her latest wildly imaginative theatrical experience. Rescued from the Liverpool docks as a child, Heathcliff is adopted by the Earnshaws and taken to live at Wuthering Heights. He finds a kindred spirit in Catherine Earnshaw and a fierce love ignites. When forced apart, a brutal chain of events is unleashed. Emma Rice reimagines Emily Brontë’s gothic masterpiece with live music, dance, passion, hope, and a dash of impish irreverence, creating an intoxicating revenge tragedy for today.


Emotionally epic entertainment

The Times (London)

A bold and ingenious production

The Guardian

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Events and extras

Postshow discussions
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Sam Archer


Theatre includes Bagdad Cafe (Wise Children/The Old Vic), Wise Children (Old Vic/UK tour), The Happy Prince (The Place), An Ideal Husband (Vaudeville Theatre), (National Theatre/Théâtre du Châtelet), La bohème (Royal Albert Hall), Arthur Pita’s Metamorphosis (Joyce Theatre, NY), Wind in the Willows (Linbury Studio Theatre), Chariots of Fire (Hampstead Theatre/Gielgud Theatre), Earthquakes in London (UK tour), Oklahoma! (Chichester), Mary Poppins (UK tour), We Will Rock You (Dominion Theatre), Oliver! (London Palladium). For Matthew Bourne’s New Adventures: Lord of the Flies, Swan Lake, Cinderella, The Car Man, Play Without Words, The Red Shoes, Edward Scissorhands. Screen includes Humans (Kudos/C4), Mr Selfridge (ITV), Allied (Paramount Pictures), Disney’s Muppets Most Wanted, Life Is a Buffet.

Leah Brotherhead


Theatre includes Gulliver’s Travels (Unicorn Theatre), Lands (Bush Theatre/Summer Hall Edinburgh Fringe), Two Gentlemen of Verona (The Globe Theatre/Liverpool Everyman), Wolf Hall and Bring Up the Bodies (RSC/Aldwych Theatre/The Winter Gardens on Broadway), As You Like It (Lamb Players), Another Place (Theatre Royal Plymouth), Pride and Prejudice (Regent’s Park Open Air Theatre), Doctor Faustus (West Yorkshire Playhouse/Glasgow Citizen’s), People Like Us (Pleasance), DNA (UK tour), The Kitchen Sink (Bush Theatre). TV: Whitstable Pearl (AcornTV), Hullraisers (Channel 4), Bridgerton (Netflix), Zomboat (ITV2, Hulu), White Gold (BBC), Doctors (BBC), Vera (ITV), Casualty (BBC), Boy Meets Girl (Tiger Aspects). Radio: Leah is a BBC Carleton Hobbs award winner and has played numerous roles for the BBC Radio repertory company.

Georgia Bruce


Georgia is an actor, comedian, and musician. Credits include creating the role of Sally in the original cast of Fisherman’s Friends, Bill in Emma Rice’s Malory Towers, the title role in Robin Hood at The Watermill Theatre, BRUCE: just a pretty face (Edinburgh Fringe), Callisto: a queer epic (Arcola Theatre), ArtsLab: Comedy Troll (North Wall Arts Centre, Suddenly Last Summer (Oxford Playhouse), The Oxford Revue: Hello You (Edinburgh Fringe), Colin & Katya (North Wall Arts Centre), The Oxford Revue & Friends (Oxford Playhouse), The Changing of the Guard (O’Reilly Theatre), The Alchemist (Arcola Theatre). Film includes Not All Men (Neuron Hub). TV includes Sal in Russel T Davies It’s A Sin for Channel 4 and an episode of Doctors for BBC.

Ricardo Castro


Ricardo trained at the Portuguese National Conservatoire and at the Associated Studios Academy of Performing Arts. Theatre credits include Come from Away (Phoenix Theatre, West End), Motown (Shaftesbury Theatre, West End and UK tour), Gobsmacked! (The Underbelly, Edinburgh Festival), Legally Blonde and Sister Act (Aberystwyth Arts Centre), Fame (Gordon Craig Theatre and European tour), They’re Playing Our Song (Yvonne Arnaud Theatre). TV credits include The Chelsea Detective (BBC), The Man Who Fell to Earth (Paramount), Misfits (Channel 4), Outlines of Love (Discourse Pictures), Humshakals (Fox Star Studios), and Nightbus for Talent TV. Feature films include It’s All Coming Back to Me (Sony Pictures Entertainment). Ricardo won best actor for the short film Outlines of Love at the Monaco International Film Festival.

Katy Ellis


Theatre includes Never Tickle a Tiger (Chichester Festival Theatre), The Pesky Rat (Chichester Festival Theatre), Malory Towers (Wise Children/Theatre by the Lake), The Scarecrows’ Wedding (Scamp Theatre/Leicester Square Theatre/UK tour), Metamorphosis (Collide Theatre/Tristan Bates), Daisy Pulls It Off (Charing Cross Theatre). For Guildford School of Acting: First Lady’s Suite, A Grand Night for Singing, Daisy Pulls It Off, Henrietta.

Lloyd Gorman


Lloyd trained at Rose Bruford College. Theatre credits include Whistle Down the Wind (Watermill Theatre); Once (UK tour); One Man, Two Guvnors (New Wolsey Theatre/Nuffield Southampton); Arthur/Merlin (Iris Theatre); The Hired Man (Queen’s Theatre Hornchurch/Hull Truck/Oldham Coliseum); The Jungle Book (Royal and Derngate Northampton/UK tour); Worst Wedding Ever (Salisbury Playhouse/UK tour); Sunny Afternoon (Harold Pinter Theatre, West End); Nicobobinus (Dumbwise/UK tour); Saturday Night (Arts Theatre, West End); Our House (New Wolsey Theatre/UK tour); The Story Giant (Shanty Theatre Company/UK tour); Faust (Greenwich Theatre); Anyone Can Whistle (Jermyn Street Theatre); Pinocchio (Tolmen Centre, Cornwall); The Wonderful Wizard of Oz, Sweeney Todd, Romeo and Juliet, David Copperfield, White Nights, and The Nose and Harmless (Octagon Theatre, Bolton); Fewer Emergencies (Deptford Albany); Grimethorpe Race (Arcola); and Treasure Island (UK tour).

TJ Holmes


Theatre credits include Two Gentlemen of Verona (Shakespeare’s Globe and Liverpool Everyman & Playhouse); La Strada and Cinderella (Sally Cookson); The Hired Man (Queen’s Theatre Hornchurch); One Man, Two Guvnors (Derby Theatre); Mother Courage (Red Ladder); The BFG (Birmingham Rep); The Jungle Book (Max Webster); The Threepenny Opera (Graeae); Spend (Watermill); As You Like It (Curve Theatre); Hansel and Gretel (Kneehigh); and Cider with Rosie (Theatre Royal, Bury St Edmunds). TV appearances include Doc Martin (ITV), A Rogue and a Patriot (Channel 5), and The Harry Hill Show (Channel 4). He also works as a historical interpreter with HistoryRiot.

Jordan Laviniere


Theatre includes All That (King’s Head Theatre), Everybody’s Talking About Jamie (Apollo Theatre), Hairspray (UK tour), Rent (UK tour), Bugsy Malone (Lyric Theatre, London), The Life (The English Theatre, Frankfurt), Everybody’s Talking About Jamie (Workshop), We Will Rock You (European tour), Thriller Live (UK and European tour), The Lion King (Young Simba, Lyceum), Whistle Down the Wind (Aldwych). Film and television include X Factor (Freemantle Media), Harry Potter and the Half Blood Prince (Warner Bros.), Little Miss Jocelyn (BBC), Disney Kids Awards (Disney). Jordan would like to thank his family and friends for their eternal love and support!

Tama Phethean


Tama graduated from Rose Bruford College in 2017. Credits include Grow up, be a good parent (Iconoclast), Macbeth (Young Shakespeare Company), The Great Duke of Florence and The False One (Shakespeare’s Globe), Night of the Living Dead Live! (Aria Entertainment), ManMuck (AM Media Productions), The Great Christmas Feast (The Lost Estate). Writing credits: ManMuck (AM Media Productions).

Eleanor Sutton


Theatre credits include Lori in Hungry (Soho Theatre), Jane Eyre in Jane Eyre (Stephen Joseph Theatre/New Vic), Black Love & Really Big and Really Loud (Paines Plough Roundabout), The Crucible and A Little Night Music (Storyhouse Chester), Amadeus (National Theatre), Windows (Finborough Theatre), As You Like It (UK tour), and The Master Builder and Future Conditional (The Old Vic).

Liam Tamne


Liam trained at Laine Theatre Arts. Theatre credits include The Prince of Egypt (Dominion Theatre), Bonnie and Clyde (Theatre Royal Drury Lane), The Light in the Piazza (Royal Festival Hall/LA Opera), Spamilton (Menier Chocolate Factory), Mack and Mabel Concert with LMTO (Hackney Empire), Working (Southwark Playhouse), The Rocky Horror Show (UK tour), Phantom of the Opera (Her Majesty’s Theatre), Les Misérables (The Queens Theatre), Departure Lounge (Waterloo East), Hair (Gielgud Theatre), Hairspray (Shaftesbury Theatre), Wicked (Apollo Victoria Theatre). Screen credits include Doctors (BBC). Liam was on The Voice Series 2 and BBC’s Eurovision You Decide. Awards include Black British Theatre Awards Nominee (2021) and Grammy Nominee (2020).

Sid Goldsmith


Bristol-based musician Sid Goldsmith is a stalwart of the English folk scene. His recordings of folk songs have been nominated for a BBC2 Folk Award, and he’s performed at countless festivals and gigs and live sessions for BBC Radio 2/3. His duo Aldridge/Goldsmith were recently awarded the number 1 spot in Songlines “top 10 climate conscious artists.” As a multi-instrumentalist (vocals, guitar, cittern, concertina, double bass) he’s in demand and current projects include Awake Arise (a show celebrating winter traditions, featuring Lady Maisery) and Tarren (trio with Danny Pedlar and Alex Garden).

Pat Moran


Pat trained at California Institute of the Arts (USA), earning a performer/composer dual focus MFA. He relocated to the UK in 2015 and has worked extensively as a theatre multi-instrumentalist and music director. UK theatre credits include Wuthering Heights (National Theatre/Wise Children), The Wicker Husband (Westerna/Watermill Theatre), Cinderella (Hall for Cornwall), The Lion the Witch and the Wardrobe (Bridge Theatre), Brief Encounter (Kneehigh), Hireth (Hall for Cornwall/O Region), Tristan & Yseult (Kneehigh), 946: The Amazing Story of Adolphus Tips (Kneehigh), A Midsummer Night’s Dream (Shakespeare’s Globe), and Sleeping Beauty (Bristol Old Vic). Pat served as resident composer/lyricist/musical director/multi-instrumentalist for the San Francisco Mime Troupe from 2007 to 2013. Recent compositions include work with BBC Ideas, visual artist Adébayo Bolaji, and with the projects PM Syndicate, Unreliable Witness, and Yesterday’s Camel.

Jeevan Singh


Jeevan trained under La Singh Bhatti (DHOL) in California and studied Indian Rhythm under Ustad Ravi Dana in Ludhiana Punjab. He is an all-round multi-instrumentalist but his expertise lies in rhythm and percussion, namely Dholak, Dhol, and Tabla. Jeevan plays regularly with Bristol Bhangar Band RSVP and is currently working on their new album. Previous theatre includes work with Interplay Theatre, Leeds and Egg Theatre, Bath. Film and television includes music for I proud to be Indian, Circling the City, and 4 Aunties and an Uncle.

Stephanie Elstob


Training: Central School of Ballet. Theatre credits include Mother, Dance Captain, and Assistant Choreographer in Whistle Down the Wind (Watermill Theatre), Grisette in Merry Widow (London Coliseum), Swing in Kiss Me Kate (London Coliseum & tour), Swing in The Bodyguard (International tour), Edward Scissorhands (Matthew Bourne’s New Adventures UK tour), Amadeus (Chichester Festival Theatre), La Boheme (Royal Albert Hall), Stravinsky Project (Michael Clark Company), covered and played Cinderella in Cinderella (New Wimbledon Theatre), Princess Jasmine in Aladdin, and ensemble in Snow White and Robinson Crusoe, all for Qdos. Workshops include Machinal (The Almeida, Arthur Pita), Swing in Pleasured Progress (Royal Opera House, Will Tuckett), Jane in Shadow Thief (Tom Jackson Greaves & Craig Adams). Film includes Beauty and The Beast (Disney), Anna Karenina (Joe Wright), Avengers - Age of Ultron (Marvel). Television includes Marie Taglioni in Victoria (ITV), Veronica synth in Humans (Channel 4), The Hour (BBC), Dancer in Pennyworth, assistant choreographer for Grantchester and Mr Selfridge (ITV) and The Royal Variety Performance.

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The cast of Wise Children’s Wuthering Heights

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