A Night to Remember31 Oct 2021
One of the things every theatre around the country has missed is the chance to eat pizza, drink cheap wine and celebrate a new show with the team who made it all possible – the cast and crew onstage. We finally had the chance to do that this month with the official opening night of Wuthering Heights. Bristol Old Vic is famous for throwing a mammoth after-show bash and Wise Children love to raise the bar with the mother of all press night parties.
So when the two combined it was possibly going to be more than we could handle. Check out the pics from the night..(the ones we could publish). Photos by Ben Robins.
Want to join us for the next one? Keep a look out on our socials over the next month for how two lucky followers could win an exclusive invitation to join us for the press night performance and after-show party for Robin Hood on 1 Dec. Follow us on Twitter and Instagram.
Ash Hunter (Heathcliff) and Abi Godridge
Bristol Actor Lucy Tuck and TJ Holmes (Robert in Wuthering Heights)
Bristol Theatre Maker Travis Alabanza and Katy McCormick (Cathy)
Catherine Morgenstern (Bristol Old Vic Senior Producer) with Caroline Lang and Sian Weeding (Bristol Old Vic Projects Producer)
Deri Robins (Editor, Bristol Life) and Wuthering Heights Director Emma Rice
Writer Edson Burton and Poet Katie Grant
Emma Rice (Director of Wuthering Heights)
Josh Ben Tovim and Roseanna Anderson from Impermanence Dance Company with Times Critic Donald Hutera
Invited guests, VIPs, press, cast and crew
Lucy Mc Cormick (Cathy) chatting to guests
Musician Renell Shaw and actor Patrycja Kujawska
Nandi Bhebhe (The Moor) and Witney White (Young Cathy)
Nir Paldi and George Mann, Directors of Ad Infinitum
Yoma Smith, Ian Sutherland, Valerie Mower, Katy Owens, Ruth Pitter
Simon Baker (Sound and Video Director, Wuthering Heights) DJ-ing
Wuthering Heights runs until Sat 6 Nov, with a few tickets remaining for In Person seats, as well as a stunning live broadcast available to book so you can watch at home. Book now.